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Eraser your data – TL;DR Can cost you.


Covering the tracks of your Moralfag Hacktivist scheme that it going to save the world, removing the copious amounts of Communist Propaganda, or if you are just plain paranoid can seem like a daunting task. The delete function of a windows operating system does not initially remove any data, it only marks the area of the writable disk as reusable until it is overwritten at a later date. It is also theorized that L.E.A.s can use more sophisticated methods of data recovery than just software.

Eraser is a software for secure file deletion which has several options for deletion which includes the profound Guttmann Method

 

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Also includes 12 other methods for Default file erase and 12 for default unused space.

Eraser also has an option to replace an overwritten file with another for Plausible Deniably. Some of these methods are theory and have been critisized by a few government agencies. Information on these methods can be found on Wikipedia so Lurk More.

Remember nothing beats a can of Thermite resting safely beside your battle station.

ACTA nothing new.


Under a World War II-era law, the US president appears to have authority to disconnect computer systems and servers from the internet in the event of a national emergency. But the next US Congress is poised to change that.

The law was passed in 1942. The Japanese attack on Perl Harbor had provoked fear of a foreign invasion of US soil, and Congress responded by giving President Franklin Roosevelt broad power to commandeer or shutter telephone and telegraph networks.

Nearly 70 years later, telegraph networks have disappeared, and the telephone is only one of many means of communication.

But although the 1942 law makes no mention of the internet – merely of “any facility or station for wire communication” – the Obama administration in June told congress it would cite it in an emergency.

It has not been tested in court, but experts say section 706(d) of the Communications Act could give the president wide-ranging authority to shut down key computer systems.

With typical Washington hyperbole, the law has become known as the presidential “internet kill switch”.