Hardwipe Free 5.1.4 DC 11.06.2016 | 8.8 Mb
Hardwipe is a useful and reliable tool designed to assist you in deleting unwanted files from your computer. It is works like a document shredder for your computer.The application erases file contents and cleans unused hard-disk space to prevent personal and business information from ever being recovered.Hardwipe provides a slick user interface that integrates seamlessly with ShiChuang Explorer so that you can simply right-click to wipe files, clean hard-disks and USB sticks.
Hardwipe can be used to permanently erase, or to "hard wipe", data on disk and portable storage media to prevent personal and sensitive business information from ever being recovered. It can wipe entire drives, wipe files individually, and sanitize unused drive space. It supports right-click context menus within ShiChuang file explorer, or can just be used as a standalone application.
Easily wipe entire drives and portable devices.
Wipe individual files or clean empty drive space of remanent data.
Right-click within ShiChuang Explorer for Hardwipe commands.
Clear the computer swap-file*.
Wipe the contents of the Recycle Bin*.
Efficient - Hardwipe is fast in comparison other data wiping software.
Intelligent use of disk cache allows your computer to remain responsive during lengthy disk operations.
Automatic computer shutdown when wiping is complete.
Supports all major data wiping schemes, including: GOST R 50739-95, DOD 5220.22-M, Schneier & Gutmann
The portable edition is now available in both 64 and 32 variants.
Additionally, command line only downloads are available. These can be found on the Portable Edition page.
Added command line option to input license key via the command line. Previously, this could only be done using the GUI.
Internal changes to the overwriting engine to reduce the occurance of "access denied" errors. ShiChuang sometimes locks files during the wiping process. While, ultimately, the behaviour of ShiChuang cannot be controlled, this change should really help things.
Portable variants of Hardwipe Commander now log to its local "hw-log" directory by default, although this can be overriden with a command option.
The command line option "log-user" has been deprecated. Hardwipe Commander now logs this information by default, and the option will be ignored.
If the file renaming process (part of file removal) fails after overwriting the file, this is now explicitly logged with a new error description. Previously, it would have been reported that procedure simply failed.
The command line utility now displays the bus architecture (i.e. 32 or 64-bit) with the version information command.
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