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  1. same problem here, only secure file deletion is bugged with 0 byte files.
  2. hi folks, just updated to CCleaner v1.39.502. now files with the size of 0 bytes don't get deleted anymore (e.g. 0 byte files in the temp folder, or in any custom folders i set). v1.38.485 had no problem to delete those files so i stepped back to this. any explanation or workaround for v1.39.502 to get all files deleted? thanks in advance belinda
  3. hi, my suggestion for secure file and folder deletion or wiping free hd space (including mft on ntfs partitions) is sysinternals sdelete. its a free and small (46kb zip, no installation needed) commandline utility. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysintern...sk/SDelete.mspx it uses the department of defense clearing and sanitizing standard dod 5220.22-m, but number of overwrites can be manually set for security freaks like me. file and folder name entries in the filesystem get wiped too: "To overwrite file names of a file that you delete, SDelete renames the file 26 times,
  4. hi telezilla since i was interested in finding those entries too i took a deeper look at my CCleaner installation. regmon showed that some registry values get modified while entering custom files or folders. run regedit and goto: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\CCleaner\Options there are many REG_SZ values here, but take a look at the entries CustomFiles and CustomFolders. seems like simple text strings containing all your entered custom files and folders with | as seperator. There is also a | at the end of the strings. Here are some examples: CustomFiles
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