I believe that version 5.3 could not erase content written into alternate data stream on NTFS. I haven't seen any information that this has been fixed. What is current status?
Wouldn't it be much easier to just avoid using alternate data streams? Or better yet, use encrypted file systems. If "a big business" has data important enough to erase, they would be fools not to use encryption. Anyway, Eraser does indeed erase alternate data streams, all of them.michael said:For any big business, that contemplates file-wiping tools, it is very important feature.