Secure Eraser Professional 5.0

Because it’s been erased from your hard drive, doesn’t mean it’s gone forever. As long as the information was not overwritten, anyone can restore it at any time. It gets even more complicated, if a computer has been resold or given away.
Secure Eraser uses the most renowned method of data disposal and overwrites sensitive information in such a sure way that it can never be retrieved – even with specialized software. Our multiple award-winning solutions for definitively destroying data also eliminate any cross-references that could leave traces of deleted files in the allocation table of your hard drive.This easy-to-use Windows software will overwrite sensitive data even up to 35 times – regardless of whether they are files, folders, drives, recycle bin or traces of surfing. You can also delete files that have already been deleted, but this time for good.
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5 votes Vote

Add support to secure erase content from SSD drive

SSD drives work in a different manner from mechanical disks so we need a different approach to secure erase their content.
Stefano, 27.02.2016, 08:02
2 votes Vote

Add a feature to disable rightclick function

Would like to see an option to disable rightclick function "delete securily with secure eraser" in explorer when applied on partitions. It is a potential risk when a computer is shared by more than one.
Calimero, 27.02.2016, 10:26
1 vote Vote

possibly erase the whole HDD.

Possibly have it erase the whole HDD, unless it does that already!?
Bill B., 27.02.2016, 17:49
1 vote Vote

Add fast deletion methods

Deleting big files can take quite some time, so having the option for faster deletion methods would be very practical. On a SSD it is anyway enough to overwrite once with random numbers, and sometimes it's just enough to overwrite the first and...
Waldmann, 27.02.2016, 18:38
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Make it portable to store in usb and prevent wrong

Normal, 28.02.2016, 00:53