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LibSecRm



Libsecrm (LIBrary for SECure ReMoval) is a library which partially (read below for limitations) ensures secure data deleting by intercepting calls to some C library functions and replacing them by its own substitutes.
The data that would be deleted from a file is first securely wiped, then the original functions are called. This way, LibSecRm protects your sensitive deleted data from being recovered.
Libsecrm partially also takes care about memory security - some of the memory allocation functions are intercepted, and the allocated memory is wiped before passing it to the calling program.

Requirements for compiling:

Type ./configure to configure the library for your system.

Type make to compile the library. Documentation comes complied (and can be copied right away), but can be changed and recompiled, if you have the 'makeinfo' program ('texinfo' package).

Type make install to install the library. Read the docs on how to make the library running.

Type info libsecrm (after installation) or info doc/libsecrm.info (before installation) to get help.

RPM dependencies:

Libsecrm has been added to Softpedia Mac and Softpedia Linux.

LibSecRm has been added to FamousWhy: LibSecRm and has received the Famous Software Award [Famous Software]

THE LIBRARY HAS BEEN TESTED, BUT IT MAY NOW OR LATER CONTAIN ERRORS, WHICH MAY LEAD TO UNINTENTIONAL DATA LOSS. READ THE LICENSE FOR A WARRANTY (THERE IS NONE).


Limitations

Libsecrm can do nothing if:

System compatibility

LibSecRm compiles on the following systems:

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Current version is 2.0.
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My other software


See my other free software:
  1. KonqSec - a set of Konqueror security-related context menu entries
  2. SOAP Service Tester - a program for testing SOAP services
  3. Certificate and key generators
  4. E-mail address verifier
  5. LastMod - a script that inserts or updates a META element with the Last-Modified HTTP header
  6. Atom2Rss - a script that converts an Atom channel XML file to an RSS 2.0 XML file
  7. List2Atom - a script that generates an Atom channel XML file from a list of files
  8. InSyTrack - software to track program flow (calls) across libraries, threads, programming languages or even different systems on different machines
See also my assembly-related free software:
  1. AsmDoc - a HTML documentation generator for assembly language
  2. source converters between NASM, FASM and GAS
  3. C header to assembly header converters
  4. Kate/KWrite syntax highlighting for NASM/FASM
  5. some FASM macros
  6. Makefile generator for FASM
  7. Linux 2.6 kernel module helper for FASM
  8. A set of Autoconf macros
  9. Assembly converter for Doxygen
  10. Asm::X86 Perl module



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