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how to ensure complete erasure of code from cisco based network equipment

Posted on 2011-09-09
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I've been asked if there is a way to confirm that when we set a piece of cisco equipment back to factory defaults that its still not holding onto the old code somewhere in memory/storage for security reasons. Kind of like how a hard drive still holds your data even though you've reformatted it. Anyone know for sure?
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