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AppleXsoft File Eraser 4.5
AppleXsoft File Eraser is a powerful data wipe software that allows you to permanently delete files on hard disks, USB drives
completely. that uses advanced overwriting algorithms to effectively erase the contents of your hard drive for securing a
complete data destruction. excluding any possibility of future recovery of deleted files and folders.
AppleXsoft File Eraser can permanently erase any type of file, folders, such as videos, photos, word documents, zip, excel,
PDF, and other types of sensitive file. Protect your privacy by permanently removing your files and prevent anyone from ever
recovering them. It offers 14 different wipe methods to choose from including US Department of Defense and Peter Gutmann's
Why use File Eraser ?
Digital information is increasingly stored on our computers, leaving the door wide open to security and privacy breaches.
Even after you think you have deleted files, they still remain on your computer. When you delete a file, empty your
Recycle Bin or format your hard disk, you only alter the structure of the drive, leaving most of the data intact and
The easy-to-use AppleXsoft File Eraser is a natural addition to the privacy tools you use regularly to ensure your computer
security. At home or at the office, AppleXsoft File Eraser allows you to permanently wipe unwanted files and data in order to
give you the control you need over your sensitive information.
If you are planning to sell or dispose off your PC, Laptop or the external drive, it is imperative to securely shred the
data beyond recovery.
||Feb. 22 2013
|| 4.41 MB
||Free to Try $39.95 to Buy
|| Windows 8/7/2003/XP/Vista
Fully compatible with Win 8
512 MB RAM
100 MB Free disk space (for installation)
AppleXsoft File Eraser Main Features:
- Permanently erase any sensitive data from your computer such as Text, videos, photos, Word documents, Excel,
credit card numbers, passwords, tax records and other types of sensitive data.
- Shred everything in your recycle bin with one easy click of a button.
- 14 different wipe methods to choose from including Peter Gutmann's method.
- Shred entire hard drive permanently.
- Integrated "Right-Click" for Wiping Files in WindowsRExplorer.
- Supports the Department of Defence (DoD) shredding algorithm.
- Generate event log of the complete shredding process.
- Erase Unused Free Space on All Your Hard Drives, even USB Flash Drives
- Works with USB sticks, SD cards and other portable memory devices.
- Extremely easy to use.
File Eraser supports the following overwriting algorithms:
This method will overwrite the target data area with a fixed value (0×00) throughout the entire area.
Super Fast Zero Write
This method will overwrite the target data area with a fixed value (0×00) on every 3rd sector.
Random Random Zero
This method first overwrites the target data area twice with random values, then once more with the fixed value (0×00).
Overwrites twice with random values and then once with zeros; more secure than Random & Zero Write.
Fast Zero Write
This method will overwrite the target data area with a fixed value (0×00) on every other sector.
Random & Zero Write
After overwriting the target data area with random values, it will overwrite once again with a fixed value (0×00)
overwrites with random values and then with zero; more secure than zero write.
Overwrites the target data area with random values. The user selects the number of passes, from 1 to 9
S Navy standard NAVSO P-5239-26 for RLL encoded drives
This deletion method first writes the fixed value (0xffffffff) to the target data area, then the fixed value (0x27ffffff)
and then random values. Finally, the target data area is read to verify the overwrites.
This method will overwrite the target data area four times, first with the value (0×00), then with the value (0xff),
then (0×00), then (0xff).
US Navy, NAVSO P-5239-26 (MFM)
This is the US Navy standard NAVSO P-5239-26 for MFM encoded drives. This deletion method first writes the fixed value
(0xffffffff) to the target data area, then the fixed value (0xbfffffff) and then random values. Finally, the target data
area is read to verify the overwrites.
US Department of Defense (DoD 5220.22-M)
The deleting method was introduced by the US Department of Defense (Pentagon) and is known as "DoD5220.22-M". It will
overwrite the target data area first by writing a fixed value (in our case, 0×00) once, then its compliment value
(in our case, 0xff) once and finally random values once. After the random value overwrite is complete, the disk is read
to verify the overwrites.
North Atlantic Treaty Organization- NATO Standard
This method is the deletion standard of North Atlantic Treaty Organization. It will overwrite the target data area 7
times. The first six overwrites are with the fixed values (0×00) and (0xff), alternating between passes. The 7th
overwrite is with a random value.
US Department of Defense(DoD 5220.22-M) + Gutmann Method
This is very secure deletion. It will use the US Department of Defense (DoD5220.22-M) standard method followed by the
Gutmann deletion method.
US Air Force, AFSSI5020
This is the US Air Force standard AFSSI5020. This deletion method first overwrites the target data area with the fixed
value (0×00), then with the fixed value (0xff) and then with a randomly selected constant. Finally, at least 10% of the
drive is read to verify the overwrites.
This method was introduced by Peter Gutmann in the year 1996. This is perhaps the most secure deletion method available.
It will overwrite the target data area by writing random values four times on each sector. Next, it will overwrite the
target data area with carefully chosen fixed values on each sector, 27 times. Finally, it will write random values 4
times on each sector. This is 35 write passes in total.