Greg Strong <email@example.com>
Fri May 10 07:18:02 2002
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Thursday, May 9, 2002, 2:43:21 PM, you wrote:
>>IMO it's scary how much you have to wipe in Windows to get rid of
>>all sensitive (or just unneeded) data.
SK> Nah, it's not that bad. It usually takes Eraser about 10 seconds
SK> to eat everything on my hit list, and I do tend to be paranoid.
SK> Well, this is wandering off topic for the list, so I'll quit on
SK> the subject. Anyone who wants to see my slightly outdated nonsense
SK> on how to realistically clean up a Windows 9.x box, can go to
First, good reference page. Second, maybe technically it is off topic.
If you look at from perspective of security which GnuPg is trying to
achieve, then IMHO with regard to use of GnuPG on Windows PC it is
right on topic.
TB! v1.60c on Windows 98
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