Active@ KillDisk

The Active@ KillDisk allows you to completely destroy all data on hard disks and removable disks. This prevents any possibility of future recovery of deleted files and folders. It's a hard drive and partition eraser utility.

Active@ KillDisk for Linux
Boot disk: Full access to non-bootable PC Erases partitions, logical drives and even unused disk space
Boot disk: Full access to non-bootable PC True parallel erasing of multiple disks at the same time, independent erase & wipe sessions
Boot disk: Full access to non-bootable PC Linux-based boot disk (LiveCD) supports UEFI secure boot on x86 & x64 systems, Windows-based & Console boot disks support just BIOS boot
Boot Disk may be removed from the CD/DVD-drive User defined erase method can specify custom pattern for each pass using even hexadecimal (HEX) values
Boot Disk may be removed from the CD/DVD-drive Supports large-size disks (more than 4TB in size) & new disks having 4kb sector size
Boot disk: Full access to non-bootable PC Custom Logo & Info can be embedded into erase/wipe certificate
Boot disk: Full access to non-bootable PC Both Wipe and Kill functions support more than 20 international erasing standards plus User Defined method
Boot disk: Full access to non-bootable PC Supports MBR and GPT (GUID Partition Table) style partitioning for wiping/erasing of volumes.
Boot disk: Full access to non-bootable PC Detects and displays information about all volumes, partitions, hard disks, external USB disks & USB Flash cards currently connected to your computer
Boot Disk may be removed from the CD/DVD-drive And more features. Read here
 

The latest version 9.2 features:

  • Improved parallel disks erasing performance
  • Added options to exclude removable or fixed disks from batches
  • Added option to stop erasing process after specific number of writing errors encountered
  • New device drivers added to BootDisk & LiveCD
  • Support for HP Smart Array Cards added to LiveCD & Console
  • Improved plug'n'play hardware detection & solved registration issues in Console
  • Added configuration of command line params & INI settings in ISOtoUSB for Console

Sanitizing Hard Disks - Wipe Options

Wipe Options

Detected Physical Disks, Volumes & Partitions

Detected Physical Disks, Volumes & Partitions

File System Display in Volume Explorer

File System Display in Volume Explorer

Sectors Display in Hex Data Viewer

Sectors Display in Hex Data Viewer

Settings Dialog

Settings Dialog