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    There's no description of the deletion method(s) it uses. From what I know, the Gutmann method is outdated, but there's still some of this website that still use and other programs (like File Nuke) that don't even tell you what method they use. What's up with that? I won't be using it until the developer can tell us what method(s) he uses to wipe the files. Plus there's no support here or on his site.

    Posted 07/09/2014
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    It was very usefull, but with a problem; the file that has been deleted is retrieved with the recovery programs, but the contents of it are destructed.

    Posted 11/14/2012
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    @"doesn't work": Vista Manifest added - should now work ...

    Posted 05/19/2010

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