live forensics spin? advice?
William Scott Lockwood III
vladinator at gmail.com
Mon Apr 30 18:19:07 UTC 2012
On Apr 30, 2012 2:14 PM, "Dave Stevens" <geek at uniserve.com> wrote:
> A few months ago a client asked me to wipe a disk prior to disposing of
an unused windows box. I used DBAN and as far as I could see the erasure
> Now he wants me to try to recover the data ("No, I don't need a backup,
I've taken off all I want!") So I thought that since the unit isn't
connected to the internet and isn't likely to be any time soon, that I'd
try a live foresnics spin to see if any data is detectable. Does anyone
care to recommend one? Or have an opinion about how better to proceed?
How was DBAN run on this? If you are able to recover any data at all, I
would very much like to know about it. Outside of electron microscopy, it
shouldn't be possible to recover anything if DBAN did it's job.
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