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post #11 of 34
Oh, sorry, I'm tired haha, I thought you were running a virus scan or something hahaha. The autonuke wipes everything by writing over it 3 times to guarantee it's unrecoverable, it should say "1 of 3", you can be happy that everything is wiped as soon as it's on "2 of 3".
Edited by Bearybear - 4/1/14 at 6:54pm
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The time is only increasing! Yea atleast I know that any virus or residual porn on that computer will be completely gone. I hate having computer issues it makes me look at building another one...Not that I have any need too.
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I never understood why these nuking programs zero everything out multiple times. Once a bit is set to 0, how would you "recover" it to determine whether it was previously a 1 or a 0?
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I never understood why these nuking programs zero everything out multiple times. Once a bit is set to 0, how would you "recover" it to determine whether it was previously a 1 or a 0?

    With an electron microscope, and even then with great difficulty.  But, as far as the HDD's ability to read is concerned, the data is gone on the first pass. thumb.gif
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    With an electron microscope, and even then with great difficulty.  But, as far as the HDD's ability to read is concerned, the data is gone on the first pass. thumb.gif

In that case, would it ever be practical to be able to recover GB or even MB of data? Could that process be automated?
post #16 of 34
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Well I got everything redone. Installed Avast, malewarebytes, and comodo firewall (which has started to make me rage pretty quickly).... I appreciate the help tho!
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Hahahah, I can't stand Comodo Firewall ^.^ Anytime!
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have you tried a command prompt level scan from 'combofix' it is pretty good at sniffing out root kits.

I second ComboFix. But it looks like you have already cleared data...
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Yea I am about to say screw Comodo, I need to find something else I suppose.
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Okay im seriously going to throw this computer out the window. I am having the exact same issue again and I want to strangle someone/something.
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