Wiping data is a process which allows users to completely erase data from a disk. When data is wiped, the sectors of the disk where files and folders were situated physically are rewritten with zeroes (the data can't be recovered) in contrast to a process of ordinary files deletion when only the pointer to the file in the file allocation table is deleted (files in this case can be restored).
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