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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 11:45 AM
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Odd timing that tomorrow would've been his birthday.




posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 11:48 AM
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Looks like a definitions list for software such as Spyboy S&D or an antivirus program.

Doc



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 11:52 AM
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Anyone want to help me understand the info on these pages here and here. They are in a language other than english. I believe It's about israel and a hydrogen bomb attack...



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 11:54 AM
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We need a hebrew speaker to get to the bottom of that one. I was just looking through it myself.

Doc



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:00 PM
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Originally posted by wavemaker
What kind of password need that kind of file size? Even 20 pages of Word texts will not reach 1MB. This one is 5MB in torrent. Did he include pictures in the password?


I routinely use keyfiles of between 1 and 5 MB in size, without which the encrypted file can't be opened, no matter WHAT password you enter.

The advantage of using both concurrently is that the file can't be opened without both, and neither has to be stored in proximity to the encrypted file. They can beat a password out of you if they beat hard enough - they can NEVER beat a 5 MB keyfile out of you. If the keyfile is not available, the encrypted file isn't going to be opened by anyone - the "owner" included.

So, let's say you encrypt the missile codes and grandma's proprietary peanut butter cookie recipe with a 3 MB keyfile AND a password, then send the keyfile to Upper Slumgullia, and wipe if from your local drive. You have the passphrase (in your head, of course - NEVER written down), the keyfile is on a hard drive in the back woods of Upper Slumgullia, and unless the two come together in the same place as the encrypted missile code and cookie recipe file, ain't NOBODY getting into it.

An encrypted file using only a 64 kb keyfile together with a long passphrase will likely never be cracked, but I'm big on overkill.

There's other stuff you can do to make it even tougher to get into...



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:01 PM
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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:02 PM
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So is this, or is this not the wikileaks insurance key?

Or is it more high profile leaks?

I'm confused.



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:03 PM
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He already has made too much noise against the government to get killed but yet he is alive...



Good point


Know why he is still alive?

Because if he were to die via a fatal "accident" or suicide (which is the current trend right now) that would raise more red flags and possibly wake up more of the sleeping beauties in the Matrix.

Now, what "they" will probably do is discredit his character and or "leak out" Assange has either a alcohol or drug "problem" / addiction. That way, if and when "they" decide to off him, "they can make it look like he did it to himself..............ingenious bastards, they play real dirty.

How many people have tried to bring the truth to the surface have had "fatal accidents/suicides" and their lives and that of their loved ones ruined, yet so many people just either don't care or think many of these conspiracies are unfounded???

Use to be they simply put a bullet in your head (JFK) Now they're smarter, they smear your name and than make sure you die via the character flaw they created for you.
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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:13 PM
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Has someone posted this on reddit yet? That could surely get this more traction.



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:17 PM
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The Wikileaks Paradox: We have the ultimate damaging information that will change the corrupt power structure of the world…but we're gonna hang on to it for our own protection.

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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:24 PM
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10 bucks to who ever "suicides" him







jokes



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:25 PM
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my only question is how will we know if this is true or not? yes it looks real but what how would we be able to get it verified?



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:29 PM
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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:29 PM
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Originally posted by EpocE
Its the real deal.
Here is a screenshot of a very small portion of the files



Some of that stuff is probably classified, and some of it isn't. I noticed, towards the bottom of that listing, a couple of Special Forces manuals dealing with NBC defense of fixed sites and Foreign Internal Security. Those aren't classified, but they may be restricted.

Unauthorized possession of classified stuff is a touchy matter. It depends on who classified it and their jurisdiction, and where you are on Earth, and the jurisdiction you are in. For instance, if I have documents classified by Nigeria, but am in the US, it's not likely that I'll ever get in trouble over them - although there are folks here who might be interested in getting copies for their own files. If I have US classified stuff, but live in Sweden or Iceland, then again I probably won't ever be prosecuted for that possession. If I have US classified stuff and live in the US, I better either have authorization, or be really good at hiding and running.

If I have stuff that says "CLASSIFIED", but nothing more, and no one can read it to see who classified it, what are they gonna do? They can't prosecute for unauthorized possession unless they can prove that possession is unauthorized. For that, they have to know who the classifying agency is, and have to be able to prove that it really IS classified, rather than just labeled as such.

Grandma's proprietary Peanut Butter Cookie Recipe comes to mind. If granny classified it, the NSA ain't got no dog in that fight, and it's not really "classified" by any official agency at all - but I'm not giving up granny's secrets to nobody - that damned cane HURTS!



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:30 PM
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anyone going to try using the steve jobs digital certificate number to open the encrypted unopened 1gb file?, just to see?.



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:32 PM
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Hmm at first they looked like allot of porn sites but I noticed a repeating trend that left me stunned. There seems to be a repeating word or play on words for loli or Lolita. Which defines as a seductive adolescent girl. Just skimming through the titles of some of those sites and you start to see words like preteen, child, children, tiny and nymphets, What you have or have found there sir is a massive collection of what I'm safely going to say is illegal child porn sites. Now I ask you, was this snagged of one of the cables in the format you presented it or does it tie into a document?



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:34 PM
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Originally posted by nenothtu

Originally posted by wavemaker
What kind of password need that kind of file size? Even 20 pages of Word texts will not reach 1MB. This one is 5MB in torrent. Did he include pictures in the password?


I routinely use keyfiles of between 1 and 5 MB in size, without which the encrypted file can't be opened, no matter WHAT password you enter.

The advantage of using both concurrently is that the file can't be opened without both, and neither has to be stored in proximity to the encrypted file. They can beat a password out of you if they beat hard enough - they can NEVER beat a 5 MB keyfile out of you. If the keyfile is not available, the encrypted file isn't going to be opened by anyone - the "owner" included.

So, let's say you encrypt the missile codes and grandma's proprietary peanut butter cookie recipe with a 3 MB keyfile AND a password, then send the keyfile to Upper Slumgullia, and wipe if from your local drive. You have the passphrase (in your head, of course - NEVER written down), the keyfile is on a hard drive in the back woods of Upper Slumgullia, and unless the two come together in the same place as the encrypted missile code and cookie recipe file, ain't NOBODY getting into it.

An encrypted file using only a 64 kb keyfile together with a long passphrase will likely never be cracked, but I'm big on overkill.

There's other stuff you can do to make it even tougher to get into...




Are you sure that a 5mb key is going to keep your secrets safe in 10 or 15 years time?, if you don't want it opened by another person, ever, unless you wan them too, maybe you should produce a bigger key.



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:35 PM
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Originally posted by trust_no_one

very interesting though i'll be sure to download it myself once i can

or not... incase there are any gov agents watching


Me too. 64 GB at 25 kps is a bit much for me - I'm already an old man. I'll just wait for the Cliff's Notes version.



posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:41 PM
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posted on Feb, 23 2012 @ 12:42 PM
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Originally posted by The X

Are you sure that a 5mb key is going to keep your secrets safe in 10 or 15 years time?, if you don't want it opened by another person, ever, unless you wan them too, maybe you should produce a bigger key.




Considering my methods and system, then yup, I'm sure it's safe for 10-20 years - probably for the remainder of my lifetime, even, and once I'm dead, I don't care what they crack, eh? Of course, once I'm dead they probably won't find any encrypted stuff, anyhow.

If, however, they make unexpected advances in quantum computing, Granny's Proprietary peanut Butter Cookie Recipe is in grave danger, in which case I'll have to find another way... and I will. Translation into a synthetic language before encryption comes to mind. What was that stuff that was coded in the 1600's that hasn't been cracked yet? Voynich manuscript or something?



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