If the Data Shredding attribute for an NSS volume is disabled, unauthorized access to purged deleted files is possible. An individual can extend a file, LSEEK to the end of the existing file data, and then read the data. This returns the decrypted leftover data that is in the block.
To secure this vulnerability, make sure to enable Data Shredding for your NSS volumes by specifying an integer value of 1 to 7 times for the Data Shredding attribute. A value of 0 disables Data Shredding.
For information, see Section 21.3, Using Data Shredding to Prevent Access to Purged Files.