A tool that can recover deleted files from SD cards:
The GUI is a bit special for most users but very ok if you feel familiar with shell windows. Quite conveniant. And most important - it recovered more files than Recuva.
For example, there are three eggs. The left egg is the largest and the front egg is leaning on its side. And from front to back, they are colored purple, yellow, and blue.
What? You do see purple, yellow, and blue, right? Uh... you don't? What colors do you see? Let's make sure that we are talking about the right file...
The result is pretty clear: I have one picture (a PNG) that yields NINE different color sets! (Ten if you convert it to JPEG and use LCMS to render it.) The colors that you see are strictly dependent on the specific program that you use to view the image. Even something as minor as calibrating your video driver or patching your software could alter how the image is displayed.
Journalists watch out—you may be unintentionally revealing sources.
Unlike previous text fingerprinting techniques, zero-width characters are not removed when formatting is removed from text