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Minimum System Requirements
Supported Operating Systems
BCWipe for Mac supports the following operating systems (including 32 and 64-bit versions):
14-November-2019 | v.1.1.191
- Improved wiping of file extended attributes
7-November-2019 | v.1.1.190
- Improved for macOS Catalina compatibility
- Fixed wiping of files with elevated privileges
17-April-2019 | v.1.1.161
- Notarized by Apple for compatibility with Gatekeeper.
13-December-2017 | v.1.1.91
- Improved wiping of APFS-formatted volumes.
09-February-2017 | v.1.1.47
- Fixed error in program update.
- Fixed issues for macOS Sierra compatibility.
- Added uninstall ability from the application main menu.
23-September-2016 | v.1.1.27
- Added support for macOS Sierra.
24-June-2016 | v.1.1.14
15-March-2016 | v.1.1
- Added uninstall ability from the main menu.
- Fixed minor bugs.
03-September-2014 | v.1.0.262
- Improved trash bin wiping.
- Added warning when trying to wipe data on SSD.
12-February-2014 | v.1.0.240
- Improved application stability.
- Eliminated random crashes when running long tasks.
13-November-2013 | v.1.0.232
- Improved free space wiping for OS X 10.9 Mavericks.
04-October-2013 | v.1.0.226
- Improved wiping files owned by other users.
28-March-2012 | v.1.0
Commercial version 1.0 of BCWipe for Mac released.
- Compared Mac’s own ‘Secure Empty Trash’ feature, BCWipe offers the following added benefits:
- Permanently delete files selectively with military-grade procedures
- Wipe free space and file slack on your Mac to remove all traces of previously deleted files
- Wipe a whole drive or partition mounted on your active computer (including external USB flash drives)
- BCWipe Task Manager to conveniently manage wiping tasks and logging
13-December-2011 | v.1.0 Beta
- Beta version 1.0 of BCWipe for Mac announced.