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wipe-2.0.0.tar.bz2
Posted May 12, 2001
Site wipe.sourceforge.net

ya-wipe is a tool that effectively degausses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This tool is designed to make sure that sensitive data is completely erased from magnetic media.

Changes: Splitting wipe.c into seperate modules, removal of raw /dev/urandom passes, switching back to the Mersenne Twister (much faster and uses much less entropy from /dev/urandom), changes to a lot of command line options, proper syscall wrappers, and improved per-file fault tolerance (a failure during wiping of one file doesn't cause the rest to be aborted).
systems | unix
MD5 | 2873437ccc0ffdeb17a8eb9777093aea
wipe-1.2.2.tar.bz2
Posted Mar 6, 2000
Authored by Tom Vier | Site wipe.sourceforge.net

Ya-wipe is a tool that effectively degausses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This tool is designed to make sure that sensitive data is completely erased from magnetic media.

Changes: Block devices work properly, silent mode, and an xor loop.
systems | unix
MD5 | db268036f78a410b2b70651b002b4111
wipe-1.2.1.tar.bz2
Posted Feb 22, 2000
Authored by Tom Vier | Site wipe.sourceforge.net

ya-wipe is a tool that effectively degausses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This tool is designed to make sure that sensitive data is completely erased from magnetic media.

Changes: A fix for a typo that caused ioctl() to not be used (only affected block device support).
systems | unix
MD5 | ca66fc3147476033c30f3544d9ddf76c
wipe-1.2.0.tar.bz2
Posted Jan 7, 2000
Authored by Tom Vier | Site wipe.sourceforge.net

ya-wipe is a tool that effectively degauses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This tool is designed to make sure sensitive data is completely erased from magnetic media.

Changes: Fixes for serious hash IO bugs, new Debian package scripts, minor block devices fixes (still untested), an updated man page, and simplified debug builds.
systems | unix
MD5 | bf7cd5e1f818fda4ae6ec3daab1f6573
wipe-0.16.tar.gz
Posted Dec 30, 1999
Authored by Berke Durak | Site gsu.linux.org.tr

Recovery of supposedly erased data from magnetic media is easier than what many people would like to believe. A technique called Magnetic Force Microscopy (MFM) allows any moderately funded opponent recover the last two or three layers of data written to disk. Wipe repeadetly overwrites special patterns to the files to be destroyed, using the fsync() call and/or the O_SYNC bit to force disk access.

Changes: Use of /dev/urandom to seed libc's random() additive feedback pseudo-random generator; a new 32-bit seed is fetched for every 1024 bytes.
systems | unix
MD5 | 03801d2c129176cc8c8ff4e750c80805
wipe-0.58.5.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

ya-wipe 0.58.5 is a tool that effectively degauses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This is the ultimate in making sure secure data that is erased from a hard drive is unrecoverable.

Changes: fixed two heap smashing bugs, removed unnecessary direntcheck(), which was broken anyway, removed autoconf check for access(), updated readme, added PATH_MAX check to wipe.h for systems that don't define it.
systems | unix
MD5 | 4f8b54e1da385f3bf6da9fd0c70800fc
wipe-0.58.6.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

ya-wipe 0.58.6 is a tool that effectively degauses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This is the ultimate in making sure secure data that is erased from a hard drive is unrecoverable.

Changes: fixed integer division bugs which prevented the main loop in hashout_update() from running.
systems | unix
MD5 | dbbaa652844d73f30e2934c1bbde1db4
wipe-0.58.3.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

ya-wipe 0.58.3 is a tool that effectively degauses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This is the ultimate in making sure secure data that is erased from a hard drive is unrecoverable.

Changes: Fixed a bug in the dirent scan algorithm which would skip files starting with ".".
systems | unix
MD5 | caff1c7c09d7a295626b5f20cb645225
wipe-0.58.4.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

ya-wipe 0.58.4 is a tool that effectively degauses the surface of a hard disk, making it virtually impossible to retrieve the data that was stored on it. This is the ultimate in making sure secure data that is erased from a hard drive is unrecoverable.

Changes: fixed stupid bug that didn't check if the file size was zero, added missing fflush, so now you'll see "100%", added missed closedir() call in direntcheck, added rpm spec file and removed chown stuff from the makefile.
systems | unix
MD5 | e4b7b5cc17b392067bd49258284efa64
wipe-0.58.2.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

wipe is a secure file wiping utility that utilizes /dev/urandom, or if unavailable, /dev/random, as a source for entropy. The tiger hash is used for speed. See the README file and the wipe man pages for details about the software and secure file deletion.

systems | unix
MD5 | de9865c55f851f82fba20c7066238d44
wipe-0.58.0.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

wipe is a secure file wiping utility that utilizes /dev/urandom, or if unavailable, /dev/random, as a source for entropy. The tiger hash is used for speed. See the README file and the wipe man pages for details about the software and secure file deletion.

systems | unix
MD5 | aae4eedce1641c10785122ea4fb9495e
wipe-0.58.1.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

wipe is a secure file wiping utility that utilizes /dev/urandom, or if unavailable, /dev/random, as a source for entropy. The tiger hash is used for speed. See the README file and the wipe man pages for details about the software and secure file deletion.

systems | unix
MD5 | 6d94181fcc34780ab6f93b2860cbf860
wipe-0.57.0.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

wipe v0.57.0 - Secure file wiper, for *nix.

systems | unix
MD5 | f50cc57001d0bc90d39c32ae28c0596a
wipe-0.11.tar.gz
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Berke Durak

Wipe is a little command for securely erasing files from magnetic media. For *nix.

systems | unix
MD5 | d319340dc7123b4fb1b0ddb9da01da06
wipe-0.56-2a.tar.bz2
Posted Aug 17, 1999
Authored by Tom Vier

Secure file wiper.

systems | unix
MD5 | 7ae769697f0a2892ee3f7787fbcc3040
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