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#10289 - 07/30/02 01:12 AM So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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http://www.briggsoft.com/dsnoop.htm

Take a look at what is still on your hard drive. This is a trial version. I think it works 25 times or something like that. You will be surprised at what is still there. Good tool for a newbie.

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#10290 - 07/30/02 10:25 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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have the mods fallen asleep here? :rolleyes: [Snooze]


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#10291 - 07/30/02 06:35 PM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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I don't see any problem, care to enlighten me on why I can't be sleeping?

#10292 - 07/30/02 08:27 PM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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That would be cool if it would run under NTFS partition.

#10293 - 07/31/02 05:34 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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well its not a question :\ but eh I can care less heh.


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#10294 - 07/31/02 05:54 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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well its not a question :\ but eh I can care less heh.
Then don't read it. This is a fairly useful tool for a newbie I think.

#10295 - 08/05/02 11:26 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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I see absolutely no problem with it being listed here.

#10296 - 08/06/02 01:56 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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I found that it actually does not do alot of the things its meant to do.

It does no whipe Free Space properly, in fact it doesnt.
It cannot delete most files.

To be honest it seems like a app that shows a load of FAT info and nothing more.


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#10297 - 08/06/02 02:52 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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Works for me... I purged out a buch of deleted files, and wiped free space fine. That was on WinME... What OS you on?

#10298 - 08/06/02 11:35 PM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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i used 2k pro but it said that all were supported i dunno


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#10299 - 08/07/02 06:55 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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I think this came out before Win2k... lemme check.

#10300 - 08/07/02 06:56 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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ummmm

Windows 95 through XP (NTFS drives not supported).

#10301 - 08/08/02 06:38 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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i heard something about how when you delete something it can still be retrieved from your hard drive since some of the magnetic stuff is still there, there are some programs that right over a certain spot on your harddrive multiple times to erase anything that was once there, is that basically what this does? or else, does anyone know where to find such a program?


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#10302 - 08/09/02 01:11 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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Yea this will do that. That is known as Wipeing.

I use a wiper all the time. I have mine set to DOD standar of 7 wipes when it deletes a file. That means it writes over the file with random ones and zeros. If you just delete it is kinda (quoting Tech TV) like riping the index page out of a book and saying you got rid of all the info in a book.

See links below

http://www.chez.com/bedrettin/wipe/
http://www.jetico.com/bcwipe.htm

Matter of fact just bookmark this mother fucker...
http://www.jetico.com/

http://www.stack.nl/~galactus/remailers/index-wipe.html

That last one should about cover it.

What the first program I listed dose is pull up files you have "deleted". If you install it and run it to look at the C drive. Everything red has been deleted. So you thought.

#10303 - 08/09/02 04:55 AM Re: So you thought you deleted it hu?  
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thanks, this looks good


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