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secureZeroMemory
void secureZeroMemory(void* p, in size_t length)

Fills a block of memory with zeros. It is designed to be a more secure version of ZeroMemory. * Use this function instead of ZeroMemory when you want to ensure that your data will be overwritten promptly, as some compilers can optimize a call to ZeroMemory by removing it entirely.

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