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Minimum System Requirements
BCWipe Total WipeOut needs Windows system for Configuration Wizard installation. The Wizard program is used for creating a bootable USB disk and/or preparing an ISO image.
BCWipe Total WipeOut allows you to boot a computer with one of following platforms:
- x86, BIOS or EFI
- x64, BIOS or EFI, including Intel-based Mac
29-May-2017 | v.3.5.1
14-December-2016 | v.3.5.0
- Added support for Non-Volatile Memory Express drives (NVMe) working with native commands such as User Data Erase and Cryptographic Erase.
- Added ability to eliminate BIOS restrictions and automatically unfreeze drives before using the native firmware command ATA Secure Erase.
- Improved reports and logging.
- Fixed minor bugs.
01-June-2016 | v.3.0.4
- Updated Linux kernel to v.4.5.
- Improved boot logging - boot logs now sent to Internet and/or written on USB drives.
02-May-2016 | v.3.0.3
- Unified code base for BCWipe Total WipeOut and BCWipe Total WipeOut - Enterprise Edition.
04-December-2015 | v.3.0.2
- Added 'Auto-Wipe' option for a group of computers. When enabled, the wiping process is started automatically as soon as the computer boots from network.
- Improved reports interface and added 'Process Duration' and 'I/O errors' fields.
- Added 'Wiping Policy' and 'Report Options' settings to default groups.
- Improved processing of bad sectors.
- Added ability to choose wiping policy on client side (Offline mode only).
- Added ability to open automatically firewall port during deployment.
- Fixed issue with certificate installation in Internet Explorer.
- Fixed error in reporting information about HPA/DCO reset.
17-September-2015 | v.3.0.1
- Commercial version 3.0 of BCWipe Total WipeOut released.
- Added capability to centrally manage wiping operations.
- Added capability to centrally create and store wiping reports.
- Added browser-based interface.
- Added support for role-based access control.
- Added capability to create wiping policies.
- Added support for PXE booting option.