Linux Demonstrations To Help You Learn DriveStrike

Linux Remote Wipe

Linux Remote Wipe is affordable, easy to setup and initiate. Below you will find some demonstration videos to help you get a good idea of how DriveStrike Remote Wipe for Linux works.

Linux Remote Wipe with DriveStrike is easy to setup and initiate. DriveStrike is installed as a service with administrative privileges providing DriveStrike elevated access rights to critical components necessary to execute a remote wipe. When an authorized DriveStrike administrator initiates a Remote Wipe using the Dashboard a secure wipe command is immediately ordered. As soon as the Linux device connects to the internet DriveStrike executes the remote wipe command erasing your sensitive data. Keep in mind that the DriveStrike Remote Wipe will also erase all data contained on any physically attached drive including USB drives and sticks, DriveStrike will NOT erase or wipe networked drives.

Remote Wipe

Delete personal or client data from any DriveStrike enabled device, remotely

Geo Location

Find your lost or stolen device quickly and easily

Remote Lock

Keep unauthorized users away from sensitive data – even if the device is lost

Disk Encryption

Whole or container encryption assistance with BitLocker or VeraCrypt

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Demonstration Videos

Here are some videos demonstrating the DriveStrike installation and Linux Remote Wipe:

Debian Installation:

RedHat Installation:

Linux Remote Wipe: