Wipe Free Space GUI 0.5 Description:
Wipe Free Space GUI is an open source project that provides users with a GUI front-end for the Wipe Free Space tool. It is written in the Java programming language and supports both Linux and Mac OS X operating systems. The user interface is quite easy to use and stands as a front-end for all the options of the Wipe Free Space command-line software. Nothing more, nothing less. However, you will need to add the path to the wipefreespace executable, which should be under /usr/bin/ directory in most, if not all Linux operating systems. Key features include the ability to wipe free disk space only with zeros, specify superblock offset, blocksize and number of iterations, and additional wiping with zeros. The program also provides options for not wiping partially used blocks, unused blocks and undelete data. In addition, you can force the application to continue wiping on filesystem errors, as well as to disable caching, which can be very dangerous and lead to the destruction of the drive.