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CyberScrub equivalent for Windows 2003

Posted on 2009-07-10
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I use CyberScrub by CyberCide to sanitize hard drives prior to disposal.  This product does not support santizing Windows 2003 drives.  Anyone know of another similar, trusted product able to sanitize to the DOD standards and supports Windows 2003?  Thanks!
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If your just looking for a tool to completely wipe a drive check out DBAN bootdisk. It will do DOD 7 pass wipe.
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Thanks for your answer.  I ended up using a different product and it works and looks just like CyberCide.  Thanks again!
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