Hard drive sanitation tool

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  KillDisk Software KillDisk Desktop KillDisk Industrial

Disk Erase (complete all disk's surface sanitation) for HDDs, SSDs, USBs


Support for 24 international erase methods, including US DoD 5220.22 M


Supports verification, PDF Certificates & XML reports, emailing results, reports customization


Supports preliminary Disk Examination for bad sectors


Displays Disks health diagnostics via S.M.A.R.T info and sectors inspection in advanced Disk Editor


Supports operations over group of disks (Batch operations)


Supports disk (or disk image) cloning after erase


Automatic Mode (and have them erase automatically)


Complete disk sanitation hardware box (no additional peripherals required)


Prints customizable Sticky Labels in different formats for HDDs/SSDs


Supports Command Line operations and Batch Mode (no user interaction required)


Disk Wipe sanitation of unused clusters on live volumes for most file systems


Ability to start from Bootable CD/DVD or LiveUSB and erase disks on any PC


Freeware or Demo product version provided for evaluation

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KillDisk Software KillDisk Desktop KillDisk Industrial

Number of disks for parallel erasing

Per # of licenses up to 5 5 to 100+

Type of hardware to install software to

Any PC Configured Box Storage Server

Software platform to install to

Windows Custom Linux Linux Mint

Usage in business type

Home to Large Small to Large Recyclers

Usage in different physical locations (PCs, offices, branches)

Per # of licenses Single location Single location

from $39.95/lic

from $1999/box

from $350

Is KillDisk HIPAA compliant?

JUNE 13 2017, by LSOFT TEAM

Yes! KillDisk helps hundreds of healthcare professionals comply with HIPAA standards across the U.S. by providing data sanitation software to ensure secure health information. In accordance to HIPAA standards § 164.310 Physical safeguards, KillDisk provides healthcare organizations with the tools to sanitize data on storage devices prior to disposal or reuse, as well as documentation on the sanitation details in the form of KillDisk’s Certificate of Erasure to maintain accountability and records of secure data erasure.

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To uninstall the software:

  • Open Control Panel
  • Navigate Programs & Features > Uninstall or change a program
  • Select Active@ KillDisk section and click Uninstall or just double click it
  • Click Yes to confirm uninstall process

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