Linux Secure Delete

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sudo apt-get install secure-delete

This has four tools:

srm - securely delete an existing file
smem - securely delete traces of a file from ram
sfill - wipe all the space marked as empty on your hard drive
sswap - wipe all the data from you swap space.

Wipe Drive Erase

  • dd command
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX iflag=nocache oflag=direct bs=4096
  • dd command repeat
while [ 1 ];
do 
  dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sdX iflag=nocache oflag=direct bs=4096
  sleep 5;
done
  • Progress of DD
while [ 1 ];
do 
  kill -USR1 $(pidof dd)
  sleep 5;
done


Notes

SCRIPTS

cat *
#! /bin/bash
#wtf

if [ -z "$1" ]
        then
                echo "Please specify a target:"
                echo "/dev/sda"
                echo "/anything/anything"
                exit
        fi

echo "Reading Entire Drive"

while [ 1 ];
do
  dd if=$1 of=/dev/zero bs=64M
  sleep 5;
done

#! /bin/bash
#wtf

if [ -z "$1" ]
        then
                echo "Please specify a target:"
                echo "/dev/sda"
                echo "/anything/anything"
                exit
        fi

echo "Writing Entire Drive"

while [ 1 ];
do
  dd if=/dev/zero of=$1 bs=64M
  sleep 5;
done

#! /bin/bash
while [ 1 ];
do 
  kill -USR1 $(pidof dd)
  sleep 5;
done