Tenorshare Data Wipe 2.0 esteve disponível como oferta em 30 de junho de 2013
Tenorshare Data Wipe is the powerful data cleaner. It can permanently erase confidential data from hard drive, memory card, mobile phone, USB, digital camera, etc. It ensures that the deleted data is inaccessible and never be recoverable with any data recovery software. If you are going to dispose or sell your PC, phone or other removable media and don’t want others to get access to your data, this tool is quite useful for you!
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I'm not installing this. I was curious as to which particular algorithms this software used to wipe, and went to their website in hopes of finding out. When the page loaded, I noticed the link to "user reviews" (5 stars, 10 reviews), and thought I'd check them out. It's not that the reviews are bad, but I believe some -if not all- are fake. Take for example this gem, from our man Scott in Arizona: "Does as advertisement. This software does exactly as it is advertised. I highly recommend it since it completely erase everything." Dudes named Scott who live in Arizona just don't say things like "Does as advertisement", but I'd imagine somebody who would describe the software like this, would: Use Tenorshare Data Wipe to truly do erase the data firstly. It permanently and completely wipes private and confidential data from all hard drive and external storage including your personal data, programs, virus and etc.
It may very well be fine software, but such reviews leave a bad taste in my mouth, and if my first thoughts about your product or your company are to question your integrity, I'm moving right along.
Also, I find it troubling that they've masked their email addresses in the About Us page, replacing @ with #, and telling you to do the inverse if you want to email them. I've never seen that on a software company's page. There are a number of ways to defeat spam, all more professional than that.
- Tracy (
doing exactly as advertisement, on the internet in this comment and etc;)
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Well if you use Memory Card/Mobile Phone/Digital Camera almost almost on a daily basis and are eager to keep your sensitive data inaccessible to anyone, I think you should give this GAOTD a try, since most of free/paid similar programs out there do NOT support such portable devices.
Other than that you can skip today's giveaway, which is for sure worth much more than 30% THUMBS UP, and use FREE tools instead... these:
BEST FREE ALTERNATIVES
* (Portable) Freeraser
* Portable Files Terminator (==> Great Italian FREE APP)
* Puran Wipe Disk (==> Can even delete the files system)
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Wiping or erasing data is different from deleting data in respect to not being able to recover wiped/erased data, while deleted data can be recovered.
This is achived by overwriting data while erasing of wiping. Most welknown method of erasing is 'Gutman' by writing a series of 35 patterns over the region to be erased. Ofcourse this takes time.
There are other methods, overwriting fewer times and other patterns (like all zero's), taking less time.
This tool claims to perform wipe or erase actions but doesn't let you choose how to do it (method). The help-file isn't informative about it either, nore is their website. So what does it do?
You do get a choise of wiping files, folders or partions.
There are less obscure tools doing this, and freeware. When you really care to wipe your data I would prefer to know what I'm doing.
The best ones let you wipe deleted data aswell (this one doesn't).
I will not try this software, but you could test it by trying to recover wiped data by this tool. You could also try some freeware of course, I'm sure Giovanni will come up with loads of it.
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A very simple program at every level, the choices are to wipe a partition, or folders or files, possibly too simple as it gives no indication in the help files as to how it erases data. You have to be very trusting to rely on this program.
A free program that offers many choices of what and how to erase data can be found at the following link:-
A few years ago I tested an erasing program on a 250 gig drive, I wiped the unused space, and then did a recovery using ICare which to my horror found many, many files that should have been erased.
My advice is, if you use a program to wipe data, test it with a good recovery program just to be on the safe side.
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My choice for data removal? I wrote an article here: 4 pass disk wipe with bad blocks support: http://scforum.info/index.php/topic,8055.msg20407.html#msg20407
Today's offer I'll skip. Besides, Windows offers this too! Even better: it only cleans the freespace of your partition / disk. More info? http://www.pcmag.com/slideshow_viewer/0,3253,l=255104&a=255105&po=8,00.asp
Even CCleaner (which I HATE) can do this: complete wipe OR free space wipe... http://www.piriform.com/docs/ccleaner/using-ccleaner/wiping-free-disk-space
So there you go - Giovanni will no doubt finish my list of with a "few" more tools ; -)
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