March 3rd, 2003, 04:34 PM
We have recently been testing a disk wiping utility called DBAN , and it seems to be working pretty well. The only "setback" is that you can only erase/wipe one disk at a time. This is not of much concern since we have nothing but time to get the inactive disks wiped; however, it would definitely be nice to be able to do that.
Now, for my question - I would like to know if anyone knows of any free hex editors out there. Before you respond, I have one stipulation: I need it to be on bootable media or in some sort of bootable format. Winhex is nice, but you have to have a Windows OS running. The whole point of this is to try and view information on disks that have been wiped with DBAN.
Any help would be appreciated. I found a page with a few links, and I am currently checking into them, but if you guys/gals know any good ones, let me know.
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