iSecure – Secure Empty Trash in macOS Sierra

Recently, technology giant Apple Inc. changed entire file system in its desktop operating system macOS Sierra (10.12) which yielded some negative outcomes from the users especially developers for its functionality. Although it is robust and even more secure than ever before, features such as “Secure Empty Trash” and “srm” command have been dropped keeping in SSD usage in mind for Mac devices. Those unique features of macOS helped thousands of users to delete their confidential data which cannot be recovered by any recovery software.

To overcome the disappeared feature of Secure Empty Trash and srm command, I’ve created a a tiny app called iSecure for your macOS device which helps you to securely delete the files and folders in your macOS trash with U.S. Department of Defence standards with a single click. iSecure is absolutely free. So, get it NOW and securely delete your private files and folders for no cost !

Tech Specs

  • App : iSecure
  • Version Support : OS X Yosemite, OS X El Capitan and macOS Sierra
  • Size : Less than 4 MB
  • Data Destruction Standard : U.S. Department of Defence standards (DOD 5220-22M)

Below is the video from where you can get iSecure instantly.

If you found iSecure helpful, share it with your friends, colleagues and family members.  Got any doubts, errors, feedback ? Feel free to comment on Youtube !

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6 thoughts on “iSecure – Secure Empty Trash in macOS Sierra

  1. I secure stopped working with the 10.12.3 update. Have you noticed. It opens gives the dialog about erasing and then nothing

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