Dec 232017
 
High security file remover for DOS. Writes multiple passes of random bits to all allocated blocks. The intent is to eliminate residual fields on the media.

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High security file removal program.
It makes multiple passes with random
data over all allocated blocks and
the directory entry. The intent is
to eliminate the residual fields
on magnetic and optical media.
Freeware. Source is available.



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High security file remover for DOS. Writes multiple passes of random bits to all allocated blocks. The intent is to eliminate residual fields on the media.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
FILE_ID.DIZ 247 172 deflated
RMC.DOC 886 497 deflated
RMC.EXE 37383 15017 deflated

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Contents of the RMC.DOC file


RMC.DOC-- Documentation for the rmc.exe pgm.

Usage:
rmc FileorDir...

Options:
There are no options.

Examples:
rmc/**/*Eliminate all files on all directories.
rmc fileEliminate file 'file'
rmc dirEliminate directory 'dir' if it is empty.
rmc *.hEliminate all files ending in .h in the current directory.
rmc/usr/**/*.batEliminate all batch files in subdirectories
below /usr.


rmc deletes files and directories by writing random data in all the
allocated space including the directory entry. Multiple passes are made
so as to eliminate any residual magnetic fields on the medium.

Source code is available from the author. Send a formatted high density
diskette + $5.00 for copying, shipping and handling to:

Norman D. Culver
1323 S.E. 17th Street
Box 662
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316
Fax: 305 760-7584



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