ROCKPRO64 PCI-E SATA is low price and low power best to choose wipe your hard disk
#1
Wink 
If your company or personal not use your old hard disk , but the hard disk data include have your privacy data from hard disk e.g ( Your medical treatment information , ID CARD Number , VISA CARD , PASSWORD   ), this time you need to wipe your hard disk by the US LAW (HIPAA) .

This is very basic level to clear up your include privacy data.

I think most people know delete file is not really deleted , so this need to use Rrockpro64  help.
For the new generation HardDisk over 2TB , you need is time time time and more time and electricity  to wipe your hard disk.
.
Yes , you can say physical destroy is very fast , easy and safe , but physical destroy tool very expensive .


I reseach some have hardware they just to run software wipe your hard disk.

1. http://www.mejw.com.tw/  TP100-I around USD $456   ( Support  4TB )
2. http://www.killdisk.com/killdesk.htm USD $1999   ( Support more than 4TB in size )


Debian arm64 , armhf open source software have ( Scrub , Nwipe  ) can wipe your hard disk.
 
( Note: This two software without warranty and any certification  ( e.g HIPAA, ISO27001/27002) ,  no guarantee your data is completely sanitized across the entire drive , but the same have wipe algorithm .)

At least recovery software can't find it privacy data


1. Scrub  ( wipe algorithm )

https://github.com/chaos/scrub

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2. Nwipe  (Based on Dban )

https://github.com/martijnvanbrummelen/nwipe


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Other:  Open source Dban need your x86 , x86-64 pc around 300 w Power to wipe your harddisk , very waste your money  .

Rockpro64 you have 1 usb3.0 , 1 PCI-E support 2  SATA port
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#2
why not just use dd?
#3
(05-13-2018, 03:51 PM)dkryder Wrote: why not just use dd?

Why not just use my ryobi cordless drill and a 10mm metal bit.. it's much faster! Tongue
#4
(05-13-2018, 03:51 PM)dkryder Wrote: why not just use dd?

only dd  random to wipe your hard disk is not safe .   So why Dban was many people downloads: 14,121 This Week? why people need this ?

https://sourceforge.net/projects/dban/

And please search  NIST.SP.800-88r1.pdf  page 40 ( ATA Hard Disk Drives This includePATA, SATA, eSATA, etc ) for hard disk from google , this is usa security suggest to clear your hard disk  .



(05-13-2018, 06:39 PM)pfeerick Wrote:
(05-13-2018, 03:51 PM)dkryder Wrote: why not just use dd?

Why not just use my ryobi cordless drill and a 10mm metal bit.. it's much faster! Tongue

Yes you can , but your hard disk can't use again .............  2TB........you really want to waste your hard disk ?
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#5
what is unsafe about using dd to
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX or something similar?
#6
(05-14-2018, 02:25 AM)dkryder Wrote: what is unsafe about using dd to
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX or something similar?


To wipe properly you need to do a few wipes with random data...
#7
(05-14-2018, 02:25 AM)dkryder Wrote: what is unsafe about using dd to
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX or something similar?

How about the  0 x FF ?


Good wipe for hard disk is 0 , 1  , random  .
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#8
Big Grin 
All jokes aside, this could indeed be a niche market for the rock64pro... wonder how long it will take before someone makes some sort of rock64pro-based hard drive erasing product with easy to use touchscreen for say US$129? Smile [ be warned, Joe mentioned the idea first, and I just turned it into a product, so we want royalties if someone does do that!  Angel  ] Big Grin Big Grin
#9
(05-14-2018, 10:51 PM)pfeerick Wrote: All jokes aside, this could indeed be a niche market for the rock64pro... wonder how long it will take before someone makes some sort of rock64pro-based hard drive erasing product with easy to use touchscreen for say US$129? Smile [ be warned, Joe mentioned the idea first, and I just turned it into a product, so we want royalties if someone does do that!  Angel  ] Big Grin Big Grin


Yes this is  jokes , but  this is i saw at least 4 company to sales hardware wipe tool ,  very expensive.

basically this is wipe your hard disk  to protection your information just is level one.

level two is hard disk demagnetize , level three is physical destroy.

I think for home user use wipe software is enough , for company  wipe software is protection you send some where
e.g repair or destroy your hard disk prevent some people easily to recovery your information.
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