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rgsteele on Sysadmins of Reddit : How would you securely wipe a ton of USB drives without taking the rest of the decade? -
"Just to clarify, "formatting" a drive is not good enough. It needs to be *wiped*, i.e. random data or zeros need to be written across the drive. [One pass is enough](
), with the caveat that if the drive has dynamically remapped a sector due to read errors, [that data may still physically remain on the drive](
). As I stated elsewhere in this thread, flash storage is a whole different animal." -
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