Why would I go to the trouble of downloading a third party app when Cipher can already handle it? 0.o
Originally Posted by nihil
That sounds like a Linux/Unix fanboy spouting nonsense to me...
Why? anything that runs in Windows is flawed by definition, because Windows has booted, recorded information, and locked files.
Behind my back? I am well aware of how to get rid of anything that I don't want traced, so what would I care about them recording things that can help applications run more efficiently?
Because Windows gets up to all sorts of things behind your back ;)
Your computer only has one hard drive? Are you living in the stone ages?
Also, I am not assuming more than one drive or partition.
LMAO Easier than plugging in a SATA drive, eh? You can even plug them in while it's running, depending on your setup. I guess you didn't factor in getting the CD or even having to create the CD... silly...
Obviously not................ I guess that I don't have enough experience.:rolleyes:
I can tell you that it is a lot more difficult than just booting from CD/DVD or floppy though. That is my entire point regarding loading the operating system first. Windows applications cannot be relied upon in this matter.;)
Yet another product? I wasted my time going to the first site, so why don't you just tell me about this one?
Please use Google and research a product called "eNcase" I think that this might give you a better insight.
Owned... http://img71.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ownedzg0.jpg Now that we all know who the computer expert is here, I wonder if I should even continue.
OH! REALLY? booting Windows 98SE are we?
You cannot "turn off" paging file in Windows XP. Also, why would you want to (assuming that you have even the vaguest idea of how the Windows operating system works?).
You do realize that you can just click the radio button, right, rather than telling everyone to edit their registry? lol I guess you do now... You should probably consider retiring...
If you set the Registry to delete the pagefile contents on shutdown, and follow the steps I suggested in an earlier post, you will be OK. Trust me, I have worked to finance and defence sector requirements for over 20 years............ I do know the rules.
Do you honestly sit there and wait for the machine to finish, or do you use another machine? Either way you answer here, I again win...
Have you really read this post? You don't need to "multitask" when you are deleting data.............. in particular when you are wiping a whole disk.
I'm still waiting to see it. It looks to me as if Nihil doesn't know much about Windows at all...
Does anybody else get a kick outta witnessing nihil put someone in their place?
I guess that you didn't know that Windows could do it? rofl
I do not believe that there is anything that runs from within Windows that will do that. It has to run from a different drive to be compliant. The easiest way to do that is to boot from a floppy, CD or USB and run the application from there.
I guess you're living in a fantasy world where you can only have a system drive on your computer and that drive is one big system partition... Those snap-in SATA cables are just so easy! =)
The one pass you mentioned that you do earlier would hardly be considered military-level security.
Which implies to me that he wants to wipe an entire drive to military security standards.