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Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 works with disks of any size

Why it is insufficient to simply delete data and what wiping algorithms Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 uses

Acronis Drive Cleanser is compliant with five national standards

Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 works with most of Windows and Linux file systems

Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 has been discontinued. There are no updates planned for this products.
Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 has been discontinued. There are no updates planned for the product.

Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 was written specifically to obliterate confidential data from partitions and hard disk drives.

There are algorithms of different complexity and speed offered for data destruction.

Acronis Drive Cleanser 6.0 includes most known national governmental standards for hard disk data destruction, for example the U.S. Standard, DoD 5220.22-M.

If one of the Acronis components randomly crashes during any operation, please enable the automatic dump creation on this machine for troubleshooting purposes. 

To enable automatic dump creation, follow these steps:

Acronis Managed Machine Service is the main service. It can run under a dedicated account or under an account, you specify during installation. Either account is given privileges that are needed for the service to work. The privileges include a set of user rights, membership in security groups, and the Full Control permissions on respective registry keys in the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Acronis.

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