Ezra Nugroho wrote:
A little more information:
I am doing contract work at home on my own computer. I have
transferred files containing trade secrets (source code)
to it. My contract states that at the end of the contract,
I must return all copies of their trade secrets, and all
equipment belonging to them, and "permanently eradicate"
all copies of their trade secrets which I possess but do
I don't want to take a hammer to my own disc, thank you.
Now, we are on very good terms, and I don't anticipate having
to take any action soon. But I would like to be prepared.
Here is an idea.
Format the drive as ext2, and then use bonnie test to write and read on
the drive randomly excessively for a day or so.
I don't want to lose *my own data*. I'd like a version of
shred (or something like it) which will "permanently
eradicate" the data in some files. These files are
(intentionally, and with this in mind) located in a few
isolated directories (and their sub-directories).
This message made from 100% recycled bits.
I can explain it for you, but I can't understand it for you.
I speak only for myself, and I am unanimous in that!