> From: OC0915566 <joseph.sie...@gmail.com>

> My company is upgrading the laptops and so, they're selling the old ones. 
> The problem is, we've been using the old laptops to access remote git repos 
> and the employer would like to clean all possible traces of repo URLs that 
> have been accessed in these laptops. How do I do this?

At the least, "reformat" the disks to destroy *all* the current files,
because many places on the disk is evidence of past activities.  You
need to be more careful if the information you are trying to remove is
truly valuable to outsiders.


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