Wipe HFS+

HFS+ B-tree

A B-tree file is divided up into fixed-size nodes, each of which contains records consisting of a key and some data.

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In the event of the deletion of a file or folder, there is a possibility of recovering the metadata of the file, (such as its name and attributes), as well as the actual data that the file consists of. KillDisk's Wipe method clears out all of this free space in the system files.

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Specifics of Wiping Algorithms for Different File Systems

  1. Wiping NTFS
  2. Wipe FAT
  3. eraser check Wipe HFS+
  4. Wiping Ext2fs/Ext3fs/Ext4fs
 

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