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I know someone with some old Macs who is willing to pass one on to me but only if I shred all the data (wipe the data) off the hard drive first. I don't just mean formating it either - government level wiping the 1's and 0's clean away / a proper shred. Does anyone know any programs I could use / is there a linux distro boot-cd that could do it?
Of course, as they're macs, it'd need to be ppc architecture.
(And one other thing, could anyone with a bit of experience with Macs give me a ballpark figure of how many MBs the hard drive & Mhz the processor of a computer running MacOS 9.2 is likely to have ?)