I have a Macbook Air (mid 2011) that had a RAM problem.
Sometimes it turns on, and while still booting macOS it would crash and hang forever due to bad RAM.
I want to sell the machine for parts, but I am worried about my data getting in bad hands.
I have a backup of every data stored in it but the disk isn't encrypted and it didn't had a login password.
I have it registered with iCloud but It seems that the remote wipe option wasn't set.
I NEED a way to do a wipe of the contents stored on the SSD, is there a way I can do that without opening the machine?
There is a sequence of characters that will wipe the machine while booting? or maybe a Linux USB drive that does that? The machine is sometimes up for 5 seconds or so until it freezes and turns itself off.