When running Recuva deleted file names are displayed.
Secure deleting files on SSD is not recommended (TRIM should take care of it?)
I just ran Recuva on an SSD and it showed a lot of files and foldernames, even though TRIM is active.
Up front, I don't know whether it is workable or not, but I just -wondered- ...
Say that once you are deleting a file (for the sake of argument, let's call it 'safe delete')
So, let's say you are 'safe deleting' a file, using 'some kind of special instruction/or tool'
it would then go as follows:
the file will be renamed to some random name e.g. l2LCAnnRpIMkUTmpKf0q.tst
then it will be moved to a scratch folder with some random name as well, for instance, it is moved to D:\lCQgD45dJSEX1DFLkW8E
then it will be deleted there.
Recuva will show weird paths and weird name, making it at least difficult to guess what it is about.
Right now, within Recuva, one can often guess based on path names.
Again, it is just an idea!
There may be tools that secure delete files on SSD, but they do not clear the MFT records.