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Data Destruction Data Destruction is the process of destroying data stored on hard disks, tapes and other forms of digital media, to ensure it is completely unreadable and cannot be accessed or used for unauthorised purposes. The software-based method overwrites the data and aims to completely destroy all electronic data with permanent data erasure going beyond basic deletion commands. Holding on to old data actually slows down applications as well as increasing backup times and storage costs. Not only that, it dramatically increases the danger of attacks. Data is distinct pieces of information that are usually formatted in a special way. Software is divided into two categories; data and programs. Generally data is used in day to day life to measure the capacity or size of any computer data file and is known as a gathered body of facts. Data can exist in a different variety of forms – as numbers or t