Top tips on destroying data on your hard drives

Thursday, 21 December 2006, 1:00 AM EST

Data thieves don't have to be programming wizards to get their hands on your personal information. They often find hard drives that contain financial and other sensitive data at flea markets, charity shops, the city dump and even on eBay. These tips will help you render an old drive's files unreadable.

At Computerworld.

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