Solar data deletion (Re: How do I do "wipe" in WinNT)
Thu, 2 Nov 2000 22:54:06 -0500
On Thu, Nov 02, 2000 at 11:59:30PM +0000, Marc Mutz wrote:
> Some claim that nothing that
> was on a harddisk will ever be lost. Except if you shred your hard disk,
> heat the pieces within a strong magnetic field above the Curie
> temperature and pour acid over the remains. This is exactly what you
> should do with your hard disk if you _really_ need to delete.
No-no! That's not enough. All you really need to do is hurl that sucker into
the Sun. Transforming matter into radiating heat to sunburn our
blazer-less Presidential candidates is the only approved method of data
deletion for my hard disk.
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