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AweEraser 2.0 Giveaway
$29.95
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Giveaway of the day — AweEraser 2.0

AweEraser Ist ein zuverlässiges Tool, das euch beim permanenten Löschen privater Daten hilft.
$29.95 ABGELAUFEN
Benutzer Rating: 34 (71%) 14 (29%) Kommentar hinterlassen

AweEraser 2.0 war am 27. November 2017! als Giveaway verfügbar!

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Sobald eure Daten in falsche Hände geraten, können die Konsequenzen dramatisch sein. AweEraser Ist ein zuverlässiges Tool, das euch beim permanenten Löschen privater Daten hilft. Diese praktische Funktion ist besonders hilfreich wenn ihr euren PC verkauft, spendet oder verschenkt.
AweEraser bietet euch flexible Lösungen zur Datenlöschung: Schredden, Leeren von Festplatten, Beseitigen von Internetspuren usw.

4 Haupttools.
- Löschen von Dateien
- Löschen von Festplatten
- Speicherplatz befreien
- Browserverlauf und Daten löschen

AweEraser garantiert permanentes Löschen von Daten und macht Datenwiederherstellung unmöglich. Das Tun Hat keinen Einfluss auf die Lebensdauer eures Geräts. Nachdem Datenlöschung abgeschlossen wurde, bekommt ihr einen detaillierten Bericht.

System-anforderungen:

Windows 2000/ XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 10 and Windows Server

Herausgeber:

Magoshare

Homepage:

https://www.magoshare.com/data-eraser/windows-data-eraser.html

Dateigröße:

14.4 MB

Preis:

$29.95

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#3

Today's developer needs to do a heck of a lot more in the way of explaining than merely this:

"Can it erase Solid-state drive? Yes, AweEraser can help you permanently erase data from SSD without shortening the service life of the SSD."

on its website FAQ:

https://www.magoshare.com/data-eraser/windows-data-eraser.html

An SSD can at best have its operating life greatly diminished and at worst be totally wrecked by attempting the kind of erasing associated with standard HDD. Encryption is the way to go with SSD data management -- or the use of a specific utility provided by the drive manufacturer itself. In 99% of cases, the best thing to do with an SSD is. . . leave it alone.

As to HDD erasure, Peter Gutmann's 1996 algorithm is highlighted as a persuasive product feature, despite the fact that the evolution of hard disk technology in the past 21 years has made the 35-pass overwrite an absurd overkill. Peter Gutmann himself has criticised the continuing deployment of that algorithm as mere "voodoo incantation" by the clueless: doesn't the developer know that?

Thanks GOTD, but no thanks.

MikeR  –  2 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+21)

MikeR, SSDs cannot be securely "erased" by overwriting. Anyone who claims differently is either misleading you, or they don't understand how SSDs store data,

Miles D  –  2 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+10)

MikeR, you can choose your erasing method : gutmann is one of them.

Mone Meno  –  2 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+8)
#2

I agree with MikeR comment, but wish to add my two cents.

I erased a HDD once in my life just to know the effects. Actually, I do not need to erase a disk cause I never store any sensible information in my computers.

Nevertheless, I never simply throw away any HD, SSD or Flash even if defective. Any time I need to put a defective disk in the garbage bin I simply use a degausser to render the HD completely unusable. Some times I open the HD case dismount the disk and break it to pieces. Lots of scratches can do the job too.

However, if I sell or donate a computer the easier and reliable way to erase the disk is using Gordon Hughes' free HDDErase program available at UCSandiego's Center for Memory and Recording Research. cmrr.ucsd.edu/people/Hughes/secure-erase.html.

There are many free options like DBAN and ERASER.

My last line:
Is it safe to erase an SSD? The answer is NO. You could do it, if you really need to, but don't risk to destroy and expensive SSD just to see what happens.

Thanks, but I pass.

Luis  –  2 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+17)
#1

It does not install on Windows XP SP3, "This program requires Windows NT version 5.1 Service Pack 4 or later."
So no 2000 or xp, when sp4 for xp does not exist.

JardaH  –  2 years ago  –  War dieser Kommentar hilfreich? Ja | Nein (+6)

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