Forensics
Data Recovery Oct 26 2006 08:20AM
Russell Aspinwall (russell aspinwall flomerics co uk) (2 replies)
Re: Data Recovery Oct 30 2006 08:10PM
Kurt Seifried (bt seifried org)
Re: Data Recovery Oct 30 2006 07:48PM
Simson Garfinkel (simsong acm org) (2 replies)
Re: Data Recovery Oct 31 2006 12:40PM
Mario Cardenas S. (mcardenas criminalistica cl) (2 replies)
Hi, the MFM or magnetic force microscopy can be used successful for
recover up to 4 downlayers of data re-write in the surface of magnetic
plate, before of that the probability of recover the data with a
reasonable certainty fall arround 70-60 percent.
best regards,

Mario Cardenas
Forensic analyst.

En Respuesta A: Simson Garfinkel
> Please post the full URL of the article.
>
> It is quite possible that disk erasing programs do not delete the
> data. But this is almost certainly the result of a bug with the
> programs in question. It is quite difficult to selectively overwrite
> certain files on a hard drive --- remnants of the files are left in
> non-obvious locations (like swap space). However, it is quite easy to
> overwrite the entire contents of a hard drive. To date, that has
> NEVER been a public demonstration of data recovered after it was
> overwritten.
>
>
> On Oct 26, 2006, at 4:20 AM, Russell Aspinwall wrote:
>
>> In response to data recovery after 57+ formats query
>>
>> The UK magazine Computer Shopper carried a feature article
>> "Recovery Position" in its March 2006 issue, which can be found here
>> http://www.computershopper.co.uk and search for Recovery Position.
>> It appears that disk erasing programs do not delete the data, if
>> you have the right tools for recovery; however a hammer does work.
>>
>> --
>> Regards
>>
>> Russell
>>
>> Email: russell dot aspinwall at flomerics dot co dot uk Network and
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