Also you might want to launch the remains into space on a random trajectory.
On Fri 08 Jul 2005 16:22, Liam McDermott wrote:
> ya, but it would be a balls.
>> if ya want to be really paranoid you could burn the drive afterwards.
> that should prevent any form of recovery, if its completely burnt
>> On 7/8/05, Joe Fitzsimons <joseph.fitzsimons at nuim.ie> wrote:
> > I wouldn't have thought so, since its mostly just a line down the centre
> > of the disk that gets damages. You would expect the other parts to retain
> > there magnetization, so, at least in principal, data could be recovered
> > off the remains of the disk.
> > Joe
> > On Friday 08 July 2005 15:51, Niall O Broin wrote:
> > > A member of this list gets his company's old drives cut in two with an
> > > angle grinder. I'd say that's a pretty reliable means of destroying
> > > data.
> > >
> > >
> > > Niall
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