Ambling along the back roads of listservs and blogs, I often come upon a flea-bitten claim that, “Top notch computer forensic examiners have special tools and techniques enabling them to recover overwritten data from a wiped hard drive so long as the drive was wiped less than 3 or 7 or 35 times.”

Nonsense!

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