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SecureRemove

for Mac OS X

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Build for Yosemite and up

Don’t let your sensitive data fall into the wrong hands.

With SecureRemove you permanently wipe your data and erase your files fast and easily.

Securely erasing files

About deleting files

When you normally delete files or empty the trashcan, your files are not really deleted. The operation system just mark these files as 'erased' and will be overwritten some day when the system needs more disk space, but in the meantime these files are still recoverable with a simple or advanced undelete tool. This is crucial for sensitive data that you definitely need to erase.

Secure Remove is the solution. It completely wipes all the data using military standard algorithms and makes sure that erased files are definitely erased. Forever !!

Secure Remove wiping algorithms

Secure wiping algorithms

SecureRemove supports 10 wiping algorithms. From fast single pass to complex 35 pass algorithms.

Including the US Department of Defense standards, German Federal Office and Russian Federation standards.

  • 1-Pass Zero
  • 1-Pass Random
  • 2-Pass GOST R 50739-95
  • 3-Pass DoD 5220.22-M (E)
  • 4-pass RAZER (RAndom ZERo)
  • 7-pass Schneier
  • 7-pass BSI/VSITR
  • 7-pass DoD 5220.22-M (ECE)
  • 33-pass Pfitzner Method
  • 35-pass Gutmann Method
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Full Drag-n-Drop support

You can easily drag and drop your files and folders into SecureRemove. Even on the fly during wiping.

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Finder integration

SecureRemove is fully integrated in Finder. Just select your files and folders in Finder and use the submenu to securely erase them.

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Locked and readonly files

To avoid interruption of the wipe process, SecureRemove automatically update the file attributes for files that are locked or flagged as readonly were possible.

Adding files to SecureRemove

You can add files to SecureRemove in 4 different ways:

  • Straight from Finder (context menu -> Services)
  • Drag and drop your files to the app
  • Or drop them on the icon in the dock
  • Or add the files from the app itself