Stellar BitRaser for File 2.0 a fost chilipirul zilei în 12 august 2019
BitRaser de Fișier este un sigur program de eliminat date care acceptă 17 internațională de încredere ștergerea datelor standarde. Software-ul generează, de asemenea, un program de eliminat date de certificat pentru a asigura conformitatea ca per global standardele de audit.
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Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10; Processor: Pentium Class; Memory: 256 MB Minimum; Hard Disk Space: 40 MB of Free Space
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I see problems with the license and description of this product firstly they DO NOT SELL a 6 month license or a monthly license that could be used to create a 6 month license see https://www.stellarinfo.com/data-erasure/bitraser-file/buy-now.php
Secondly the non-lifetime licenses duration is 1 year and 2 years and those licenses DO NOT "•Generates erasure certificates for audit purposes."
see that buy now page above for comparison matrix which makes that clear.
I see absolutely zero justification for a subscription based license model with this class of product since it requires zero developer or vendor ongoing costs to let the customer continue to use all the facilites in that license model. Since the giveaway does NOT generate erasure certificates is see absolutely no reason to justify the claim in the description or reason to consider this over a product like free and open source https://eraser.heidi.ie/ eraser. Or for whole disk sanitation for reuse Darik's Boot And Nuke bootable utility otherwise known as DBAN. I see no value in making it simple to wipe an entire hard drive within a live windows system it is just asking for malicious vandalisim either by a logged in user locally or remotely via RDP or through an elevated remote code execution exploit..
It's relatively simple to design and print off certificates asserting a certain level of data sanitization has been performed on a particular piece of hardware. Or even certifying its physical destruction and to what extent itt was destroyed. One does not need this software to do that. As there is no certifying body such certificates are authorised against like in the case of digital certificates. They are purely legal statements of fact and legal responsability should data later be leaked that it did not come from this piece of hardware after the certified date of sanitation.
On another peculiarity of the license comparison matrix on the buy now page linked to above is in the $99 lifetime license there apears to be conflicting information... in the summary under the tiny screenshot for it it states "Erase 10 Hard Drives Data Simultaneously" and in the "Special Benefits" "Erase Capability" while the subscription based Home/Pro license models state "Unlimited Files" the lifetime license model states "10 Drives" now one could *assume* that is aligning with the previous summary statement BUT further down in the "Bitraser" sub-section it has a row called:
"Erase Multiple Hard Drive Simultaneously
Erase up to 32 drives simultaneously "
and in that row only the Lifetime license model product has that row marked with the little green dot. So that makes the intial overview claim and this latter different claim apparently conflicting... Why put a lesser value in the summary than what it is capable of? And why put that lesser value where the other license models anounce the restriction on functionality so it implies that the lifetime license model can only erase 10 drives and then it won't do any more which does not make sense!
So what is it really upto 32 drive wipes in paralel or only 10 drive wipes in paralel or on 10 drives wiped then it refuses to wipe any more? And why didn't the vendor spot this ambiguity and sort it out before the website went live?
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BitRaser for File is a file erase or shredder utility that lets you schedule common tasks, e.g. “Internet Activities: Click this tab to erase internet traces of supported browsers.”.
A conventional hard disk, one with data stored on rotating platters, uses read/write heads that float on a cushion of air over the spinning platter(s). While the basic concept is similar to the grooves in a vinyl record, the write heads have a very slight bit of side to side play or wobble, so one *track* may be a bit to the left for example, while overwriting that *track* might be a bit to the right. In theory that portion of the track not overwritten could be read & its data retrieved. Erasing or shredding a file means overwriting that storage area on the platter(s) several times, based on the theory that by making several passes the write head will move all the way to the left, all the way to the right, and everywhere in between, completely overwriting any traces of old data.
While there are all sorts of standards – the ad copy mentions DOD for example – if you Google on disk shredding, it’s apparent not everyone is convinced erasing files is bulletproof. If you’re going to throw out an old hard drive, you can also find plenty of references online that talk about drilling several holes through the drive. And erasing or shredding is useless with SSDs or eMMC storage [eMMC is flash-based storage that’s cheaper than SSDs] – contact the manufacturer or research their docs or just Google based on the make & model of drive to find out how to remove all data, *if* it’s possible.
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