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Shredo review: Securely erase files from your Mac with drag-and-drop ease

Every Mac user knows how to delete a file. But did you know this method doesn’t technically remove anything from your drive? Instead, that space is simply marked as available to the system, making it a trivial matter to recover provided other files haven’t been saved in the same spot. Shredo securely wipes files from your storage in three different ways: One-pass, seven-pass, or 35-pass.
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