EMIShredder - File/folder shredder library

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A file/folder shredder library that supports the following algorithm: Simple, BritishHMGIS5BaseLine, RussianGOSTP50739, USAirForce5020, BritishHMGIS5Enhanced, USDOD522022M, USArmyAR38019, GermanVSITR, CanadianRCMPTSSITOPSII, USDOD522022MECE, BruceSchneier, PeterGutmannLite, Pe...




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