If you are a student, you know how important it is to submit your projects or research papers on time. I’m sure you don’t want to be scolded by your professor in front of the whole class when you weren’t able to submit your project on the time, right? But what if there’s an easy and valid way why your professor would give you more time to finish your work? Would you be interested to know what is it?
How to use Document Corrupter:
1. Visit Document Corrupter. Click Browse and locate the document you want to corrupt.
* If you want to make sure that no one can recover your file (even your tech savvy professors), just check Shuffle the pieces.
2. Click Submit.
3. Download the corrupted document. Make sure that you do not save it in the same folder as the original because it could overwrite the original document.
NOTE: Use this at your own risk. You don’t know, maybe your professor is extremely tech savvy or he has a friend who knows a lot of ways to recover corrupted documents. Still the best thing that you can do is, do your homework first before anything else.
Document Corrupter can be a good friend but it can also become your worst nightmare.