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2010/1/26 Tracy Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org> (short extract):
> Executive summary: Data overwritten once is unrecoverable on any drive
> made in the last 10 years. So do a single write pass from /dev/random
> on working drives.
Thanks for all this information.
By the way, does somebody knows about the flash memory? Is zeroing a whole usb key enough to make the data unrecoverable?