Skip to comments.WikiLeaks posts 400 gigabytes of encrypted ‘insurance’ data online
Posted on 08/18/2013 5:13:43 AM PDT by Libloather
WikiLeaks has released a trove of encrypted insurance data on Twitter and Facebook. The data cant be read without an encryption key, but the movements supporters say that could be published later in case anything happens to leading WikiLeaks figures.
The whistleblowing organization published links for a massive 400 gigabytes worth of encrypted data it described as insurance documents on its Twitter and Facebook accounts. It is possible to download the files but advanced encoding prevents them from being opened.
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Popcorn, we need popcorn...and prolly anger management techniques.
Wow how about much of our beloved America cheering for Wikileaks and Anonymous to give the bastards hell eh?
I hope the regime gets bitchslapped personally with info release. After all, the information on them was collected for national security purposes ... in secret...
Fargin icehole bastages.
Is there A key on F R so it does not f up every few days?
Easy for you to say...
A senior American correspondent has indirectly called on the US government to kill WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange by a drone strike.
I cant wait to write a defense of the drone strike that takes out Julian Assange, Time Magazines senior national correspondent Michael Grunwald tweeted on Saturday.
it’s harder to be a totalitarian these days, but that’s the challenge!
Yes, by all means. Let’s better serve them...to dragons with mustard to make them more tasty.
I hate that company. I hate her. The company owner is a liberal dog.
All will be fine once the navigators get out there and start collecting out private information.
The data can't be read without an encryption key, but the movement's supporters say that could be published later in case anything happens to leading WikiLeaks figures.
If this is insurance policy data (i.e. name, DOB, social security, parental names, employment and medical histories) on hundreds of millions of Americans, the credit bureaus are gonna be buried in identity fraud cases in the years ahead.
Not that kind of insurance, but a threat that if anything happens to to Julia Asshinge, something enormous (or many somethings) will be released. I am not impressed with Wikileaks, as they just seem to want to harm conservatives politically.
EXACTLY TRUE !!
Of course you can trust the government who data mines you, and REQUIRES your information to go online
Of course , that assumes that they have some kind of secure data protection , or encription .
Thats where Wikileaks gets most of its information ..all online !
What could go wrong ?
I am sure that the Russian Mafia , or the Liberians have all been arrested and don't have access to computers. /s
“I hate that company. I hate her. The company owner is a liberal dog.”
Their premiums are insane also.
Some hacker group will probably manage to decrypt it and then wikileaks will have no insurance. Assange will be sitting in a beach somewhere and a hellfire missile will mysteriously emerge from the clouds and take him out.
I’m pretty sure that’s not the only tidbit of information they have as insurance.
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