Free, open-source boot disk utility Darik's Boot and Nuke (DBAN) automatically and completely deletes the content of every hard disk it can find on your computer when you run it. Sure you can fire up DBAN for emergency system wipes next time the feds come knocking on your door, but it's also a useful tool for protecting yourself from identity theft when you're prepping your computer for recycling or sale. The bootable DBAN can run from CDs, DVDs, thumb drives, and floppy disks. If you're just looking to securely delete single files and folders (as opposed to entire drives), check out previously mentioned Wipe File.
Darik's Boot and Nuke Securely Wipes Your System in an Emergency
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The Amazon Prime Day deals are already beginning to appear online. For the next day-and-a-half, Aussies will be able to snap up discounts and bargains on millions of products including video games, computers, phones, books, gadgets and more. Here are all the best deals so far - and how to get them!
Australia's first Amazon Prime Day is now in full swing - and some of the deals are a lot better than most punters were expecting. Take, for example, the 1TB PlayStation 4 Pro which is currently going for just $379. That's a cool 32% off the sticker price (and around $100 less than a vanilla 1TB PlayStation 4.) The deal also comes with some Fotrnite goodies.