From Mireth Technology:
Deleted data can be recovered from your computer. Protect your privacy with this easy to use file shredder hard drive cleaner for Mac OS X that will erase data so it can't be recovered. Whether you want to clean a disk or wipe disk free space, ShredIt for Mac OS X is the right security eraser software for the job. Secure Delete files, disk free space, a hard drive, an external drive, a CD-RW and more. It comes with simple instructions, built in safety features, DoD, DoE, NSA, Gutmann standards compliance and online tutorials.
What's new in this version: Adds support for OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.
More Products to Consider
- Expand RAR archives on your Mac.
- Snow Leopard operating system.
- Graphical disk usage utility.
- Mac operating system for Intel-based Macs.
- Optimize and customize the Mac OS X operating system.
- Securely erase files and folders.
- Extract, recover, and backup WhatsApp chat messages on your iPh...
- Mount, read & write to NTFS-formatted drives under OS X.
- Partition recovery for mac utility retrieve lost folders from H...
- Find duplicates on any folder, hard disk or network very quickl...
- Zip or unzip your files with this PKZip-compatible compression ...
- Change your network card's MAC address (Ethernet).
- Encrypt Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive, and the Cloud files.
- Expand over 30 formats: StuffIt, Zip, RAR, 7z, tar, open encryp...
- Shred files, erase hard drive contents, disk free space.
- Encrypt and back up data to CeeJay data centers.
- OS X Mountain Lion is the latest release of the world's most ad...
- Delete the cookies you've picked up from the Web.
- Data recovery software.
- Shred and remove files from your PC by overwriting them with se...
- Experience the power of WinZip-on your Mac! Compressing, protec...
- Get a personal shelf for notes, pictures, links, text snippets ...
- Perform maintenance and other tasks on your Mac.
- Save your secret data in secure storages, with Dynamic search e...
Add Your Review
Submit your reply
E-mail this review
Report offensive content
See more CNET content tagged: