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Re: Shredding private/confidential information‏

From: Kurt Pruenner <leak_at_gmx.at>
Date: Mon, 27 Apr 2009 15:24:03 +0200

Steven wrote:
> Has anyone thought about this before? Suggestions? Maybe a candidate for
> a feature request?

Considering that all the private data still is in the older revisions
stored in your repository (deleting it and committing the delete of
course doesn't actually get rid of the file(s)) isn't that point rather
moot?

And if you're concerned about fragments of your file remaining somewhere
in the free space on your disk you might want to run something like
Sysinternals nee Microsoft's sdelete after committing.

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