At times, due to certain sensitivity of the information, we wish we could erase the data from the computer forever so that no one could ever recover it; even with the help of data recovery tools. Well, bringing this thought to application, we offer you Data Erase tool. Data Eraser is an amazing and professional software that is designed to shred, delete and wipe off your data, files and folders beyond recovery. Once you erase the data using this Data Eraser tool, none of the Windows recovery software available will be able to recover this data.
This Data Eraser software is devised with the best data shredding algorithms that make it possible for the users to delete files and folders beyond recovery. Software is integrated with many data shredding algorithms so that you can select from these options to shred data as per the requirement of the user. The shredding algorithms used in this data eraser include US Army AR380-19 (3 passes), Peter Gutmann (35 Passes), DoD 5220 + Peter Gutmann, and German VSITR (7 Passes). These are international standards defined for shredding.
Data Eraser tool is designed to flush out unwanted or sensitive data forever from the hard disk. Most of the times, we delete the files after use which are moved to Recycle Bin. Anyone can restore and reuse the sensitive and highly-confidential data from here. Also, there are chances that someone might use the temporary files that can be used to find information. Data Eraser helps the user to automatically shred the temporary files, contents of Recycle Bin as well as free disk space as per your timely needs. Moreover, this file shredding process can be performed manually whenever you want.
The software is embedded with the feature of automatic shredding to ensure you that files are deleted even when the user forgets to delete the data permanently. However, one needs to create a shredding task and schedule the same. As per the scheduled task, Data Eraser will automatically shred files and folders defined in the task. You can create as many tasks as you want.
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