I am just curious. Does my car have a high powered magnet in it and no
one told me? I do remember many years ago we used high powered magnets
to destroy data on tapes and other magnetic media. Not from cars though.
You know, I still don't trust magnetic swiping. No verification, etc.
Even when using some of the other tools posted, I still don't trust them
either. Call me paranoid, but I have brought back data when I thought I
couldn't - not claiming to be an expert, just someone who worked to do it.
Jonathan Vanasco wrote:
> On May 29, 2008, at 4:59 PM, EddieN wrote:
>> Still looking for the equivalent for the iPhone...stay tuned.
> High powered magnet. probably one from a car would work. they're
> flash oriented.
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