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SubjectRe: Where is ext2/3 secure delete ("s") attribute?
On Thu, 21 Nov 2002, Albert D. Cahalan wrote:

> 3. physically destroy the disk (protect from NSA & manufacturer)

And besides, where else can you have the fun of drilling out that stubborn
cover screw, and the fun of bashing up a set of platters with a hammer?
It's almost too bad we don't have any of those glass plattered IBM's, I'd
like ot see how they take a hammer. Maxtor 13.6 gig drives just get
banged up a lot, nothing special like shattering or anything.

I should run a drive over to one of our 400 ton TOS presses, and see if
"pancake thin" is possible.

Mike

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