Eric Auer wrote:

> I think in particular a slack space wiper would be nice.
> Something which opens each file, adds 00s to make the
> size a multiple of the cluster size, makes sure that the
> changes are written to disk, and finally truncates the
> file to normal size again. You can combine this with a
> tool which creates a bogus file to fill all free space.
> Those 2 steps together give you a tool to wipe empty
> space without using sector based low level access :-).

1) Look for at
<>, but it doesn't come with
source code. Should be easy to recode from scratch.
2) Look for Michael J. Mefford's SHRED.ZIP in

Robert Riebisch
BTTR Software

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