File blast securely erases files so they cannot be recovered. Normally when a file is deleted in Windows, it simply tells Windows to forget about the file and allocates the area it once occupied as free space. However, because the file contents are still on disk, it can still be recovered if no other data has been written over the file space. File blast will completely erase a file, using the US Department of Defense DoD 5220.22-M algorithm.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||701.73 kB|
|Operating System||Windows 2000 Windows Me Windows 98 Windows XP Windows|
|System Requirements||Windows 98/Me/2000/XP|