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  • How the unredacted US cables were revealed to the public

    02.09.2011

    It seems that the cat is out of the box. Only a few days after former WikiLeaks staffer Herbert Snorrason refused to say who inadvertently made public the password for the encrypted file containing unredacted US diplomatic cables, some people managed to piece together the various hints dropped by involved parties and track down where it has been published.

  • Unredacted US diplomatic cables inadvertently leaked

    30.08.2011

    Daniel Domscheit-Berg's rationale behind his destruction of some 3,500+ unpublished files was that he had done it because Julian Assange and WikiLeaks could not guarantee the safe handling of the documents and the protection of their sources.

  • Domscheit-Berg says WikiLeaks is lying, new batch of cables released

    24.08.2011

    Following WikiLeaks claim that among the 3,500+ unpublished files destroyed by former WikiLeaks member Daniel Domscheit-Berg were a number of highly sensitive documents including five GB of Bank of America documents, the US no-fly list and US intercept arrangements for over a hundred Internet companies, Domscheit-Berg wrote to Wired in order to point out that WikiLeaks is lying about the contents of the deleted files.

  • WikiLeaks defector destroyed 3,500+ unpublished files

    22.08.2011

    It seems that the long awaited WikiLeaks leak containing documents regarding Bank of America will not be happening in the near or possibly not in any kind of future, since the documents were part of a batch taken by former WikiLeaks member Daniel Domscheit-Berg when he left and have now - by his own admission - been irrevocably destroyed.

  • PBS website hit by hacktivists, its database leaked online

    30.05.2011

    The hacktivist group behind the Fox breach seems to have made good on its promise to "own more things next week" - they have targeted the PBS website during the weekend.




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