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Re: data remanence (was: Some legal trouble with TOR in France)
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--- Michael Holstein <michael.holstein@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> AFIK, there is no data remanence problem with DRAM
Not apparently. I sent one of these links earlier in this thread IIRC.
These papers are by Peter Gutman himself.
"7. Methods of Recovery for Data stored in Random-Access Memory"
"8. Erasure of Data stored in Random-Access Memory"
Data Remanence in Semiconductor Devices -- all 19 pages
It's been a few years since I've read these articles personally.