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PostPosted: Thu May 18, 2017 10:56 pm    Post subject: Deleting Files Reply with quote

Hi,

I always delete all my files in the personal computer at laboratory after the class session by click delete button and after that, I go to recycle bin folder and click empty.

So, I assume all information has clear. however, it was a big surprise when I had found that deleting files can be recovered by computer forensic expertise by using selected software or tools.

How it occurs? How can deleting files can be recovered?
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