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If you want to clean up your data from your hard disk drive, formatting or deleting the hard drive is not enough to prevent your personal information or company documents from recovering. What you need is a professional disk wiper to completely and permanently erase data on the hard drive or partition. Macrorit Disk Partition Wiper is a new disk wiper software tool which can help you wipe hard disk drive inside and out.
With powerful algorithms and comprehensive wipe ability, Macrorit Disk Partition Wiper provides the easy-to-follow solution for permanent data erasing which has no possibility to recover.
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…Finally, this is a program you can actually USE! I tested some other free programs out there, no program i encountered in the Windows world is capable of erasing blank drives without MBR, GPT or an assigned drive letter.
Look at that!
Its simple. It works. This drive was previously wiped with Dariks Boot and Nuke, overwritten with an hex offset of Fives. Now, im rewiping it with 1`s. I will report later if it worked out the way it should!
So far, this is the perfect additional Program to use if you cant get your ubcd or the Hirens Boot CD to work.
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@brian @burni here is the image I copied it – http://prntscr.com/6cxtm7Comment by Mike — March 5th, 2015 at 5:52 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system. A clean install.
A (Canadian?) company without name and address:
“Founded in the end of 2012, the challenging year, M.W.Payne, the enthusiastic programmer, led a creative and responsible research & test team to spare no efforts to research brand-new and unique disk partition software which with guaranteed data security”
We had a previous version Macrorit Disk Partition Wiper Unlimited on January 20, 2014. Here are the old reviews:
New should be:
New! Wipe unallocated space with fast wiping algorithm.
New! Built in brand-new Macrorit algorithm for fast wipe NTFS partition.
and among the good news:
New! Upgraded to the famous Windows 8 / Office 2013 user interface.
New! Bugs fixed in previous version.
Bugs fixed! That’s a great message.
If I ever should enter again the software development business, I will program “Wipers”. A fantastic product!
“The DISK PARTITION WIPER uses a storage-overwriting process to overwrite the sectors on the device. The storage-overwriting process complies with United States government requirements for deleting sensitive user data, including US Department of Defense Directive 5220.22-M and NIST Special Publication 800-88.”
You have to believe. You cannot control the result. You cannot blame anybody, if your hard disk has not been wiped 7 times according to DoD 5220.28-STD.
After registration a simply interface opens. You select your disk or partition to wipe, you can choose (just to fill the window!) to fill withe zero or to fill with one’s. You have even the choice to fill with zero’s AND one’s. Don’t expect a more detailed comment on that…
I did not test it. Of course you can look at a dump with zero’s…
If you really want to destroy an old hard disk, take a driller and drill some holes, and you have surely a welding torch in your toolbox. For all other needs a simple fill of the first hundred bytes with zero of each file will be sufficient.
A tool, which you should have on your computer. You’ll need it sooner or later. If it really works as promised. Don’t know…Comment by Karl — March 5th, 2015 at 3:32 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2) Reply
If you use this rather expensive one trick pony or any other software that erases your data, do yourself a favour, test how successful it has been was a good recovery program.
After using a well-known and free program to erase the free space on a drive found it possible to recover data from this area.
There are two possible reasons for this, misuse of the erase program or the program itself, testing afterwards is a good means of added security.
XP-Man “… a well-known and free program” does not help me. Please give us the full name. I can stand criticism on CCleaner. But I do not use it to clean disks.Comment by krypteller — March 5th, 2015 at 5:35 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
I used it to wipe away sensitive data from my recently dismounted HD, it worked without problems.
I found the help section somehow confusing, but I managed to complete the task without problems. Thanks!Comment by Sean — March 5th, 2015 at 4:55 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0) Reply
Aomei partition assistant (freeware for personal and commercial use) beats today’s giveaway and offers more tools.
What about Ccleaner that has an option to use secure deletion of a drive doesn’t it?Comment by Mike — March 5th, 2015 at 5:54 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1) Reply