To To DD became a Windows VPS accidentally syncing a lot of sensitive data such as ID cards. I was so scared that I hurriedly ordered an Eraser wipe disk, but the stone pan chicken was too slow to wipe, and it was still a big pan chicken. Is it possible to be restored by the next user if it is not erased? <br>
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Netizens reply: To To The data has already been uploaded to the vps manufacturer, don't panic, the problem is not big. As long as I am poor enough, big data shit will dislike me
Netizen Reply: To To Reinstall the system several times. Oh, it's windows, the data may not be in the system disk,...the stone disk, there should be no way, if you want to delete it irreversibly, just wipe it slowly. The next user should not be able to restore the data,
Netizens reply: To To The data has already been uploaded to the vps manufacturer, don't panic, the problem is not big. As long as I am poor enough, big data shit will dislike me
Netizen Reply: To To Generally not. . People will hardly look at your data. .
Netizens reply: To To What you can’t see, vps is a hard disk and a file (qcow2vhdx, etc.), this kind of basic recovery cannot be done, just rm directly. To To Reinstall other systems, win reinstall Linux, Linux reinstall win, if you can’t do this, you can only format it.
Netizens reply: To To Virtualized, as long as there is no monitoring plug-in of the local machine shop to back up these in real time, it is basically no problem If you don’t rest assured, just read and write several times (overwrite)

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