Description from the Publisher
This Secure Deletions tool provides the user with convenience and security. The encryption and overwrite procedures used during the secure delete process will result in your securely deleted files being impossible to run, see, or locate. The files will simply not exist.
The "Secure Deletions" program can be used as a "Recycle Bin" replacement.
Two methods of encryption are used in the overwrite procedure. The encryption that is part of the Windows operating system is used and a form of encryption known as 'AES (Rijndael) secret key encryption' is also used. The 'secret key' is a string of characters such as "I=04Rip:}1k&>td=!@4gu9N8DW;>%}zebu" that is created and used in the encryption procedure. Titlebar software changes the secret key characters once a month. Old keys are destroyed, so, it is ultimately impossible for files that have been encrypted, using the older keys, to be decrypted.
A third method used, in the overwrite procedure, overwrites data with a string of numbers such as ?22222222? or ?44444444?. There is no encryption involved- your data is simply overwritten with numbers. As a result of there being no encryption involved in this step, there is absolutely no chance of decryption... the data is simply overwritten with a string of numbers and thereby destroyed.
The user has the option of viewing the overwrite and renaming procedures as unwanted file system items are destroyed.
No spyware. No spam. No advertisements.