How do you protect your data?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 12:51 05 Oct 08
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I like this method of ensuring my data does not fall into the wrong hands when passing on an old pc.

click here (YouTube Video)

  birdface 12:59 05 Oct 08

Well thats a cracker.I wonder if I could try that with my paper shredder.

  canarieslover 13:55 05 Oct 08

I find that a sledgehammer gives a much more satisfying feeling.

  Quickbeam 06:54 06 Oct 08

Where's the safety guard? That would make equally quick work of a pair of hands...

  DieSse 09:19 06 Oct 08

"I wonder if I could try that with my paper shredder."

Put a paper shredder into that an' you'll need to call superpspershredderrepairman.

;-))

  €dstowe 09:47 06 Oct 08

Or even a superpapershredderrepairman.

  DieSse 11:12 06 Oct 08

Or even a superspellingcheckerman

  rawprawn 11:43 06 Oct 08

Of course the man operating the machine checks all disks for valuable data before shredding.

  peter99co 12:01 06 Oct 08

We considered an online shredder to be connected to the back of the printer :-)

  version8 12:02 06 Oct 08

Hard Drive is taken out & either re-used or hit with a 10lb lump hammer!
This method works well!

  Condom 14:35 06 Oct 08

Do you think clicking Microsoft's wonderful "restore" program would put it back to its previous condition for me just in case there was something on the disk I needed?

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