I wasn't sure where to post this. I just bought a new iMac and am about to sell my previous computer which I have used as a Hackintosh (I wanted to use macOS but needed to save money to buy a real Mac). Of course I want to make sure the buyer cannot recover my data from the SSD in it. Apple says that a secure erase should not be necessary with an SSD, and in fact the secure erase options aren't even available in Disk Utility for SSDs. But I have also read somewhere that this is instead because it's not possible to guarantee a secure erase is actually "secure" with SSDs.... I am confused. What is your opinion regarding this? Is there anyone here with a background in security who can give more details? I've also read that encrypting the SSD with FileVault and then doing a normal erase would be secure, however.... getting FileVault to work on the Hackintosh is quite challenging it seems. Because the SSD is of NVMe / M.2 type, I would need to buy some adapter in order to plug it as an external drive with the real Mac and encrypting it there with FileVault etc. So, the question is... will I be safe if I just do a normal erase of the SSD as Apple seems to suggest, or not? Thanks!