Re: How many overwrites for secure erase?



"Sebastian G." <seppi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in
news:62as0jF21pbucU1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx:

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Either you have a really really long fire (hours till days) of
constant high heat, or you may simply resort to degaussing or acid.

Obviously: Degaussing the platters, not the whole drive. Which I've seen
people recommend as a way of disk erasing.
.



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