Windows上でディスク上のデータ消去 (wipe - Forensic Acquisition Utilities)
Forensic Acquisition Utilities
wipe [OPTIONS] [drive]
wipe [OPTIONS] [file]
wipe [OPTIONS] [directory]
[drive] refers to a logical volume or physical drive, or a tape
[file] refers to a file or shell link on a mounted drive.
[directory] refers to a directory or mount point.
-? Displays this help message.
-b Sets the block size (default=1MiB bytes).
-l [LANGUAGE] Set the program locale to LANG.
-v Verifies the data written to the file
(ignored for tape devices).
-p [PARTITION] Specifies a tape partition to erase
(0 specifies the current partition,
1 specifies the first partition, etc.).
-w [PATTERN] Wipe using a the specified pattern.
FF Wipe using hex FF,
00 Wipe with zeros,
RND Wipe using random bytes.
wipe -p 1 \\.\Tape0
wipe \\.\Tape0 (wipes current tape partition)
Notes: Tapes are wiped by sending the tape drive a command to erase
the volume unless the tape drive does not support this command. If
the drive does not\nsupport this command, wipe will attempt to erase
the volume in the same manner as for disk files.
Use wildcards ('*', '?') to indicate multiple files to wipe.
Report errors to <email@example.com>