WikiLeaks Publishes Secret Conversations Between Julian Assange And Eric Schmidt

WikiLeaks Publishes Secret Conversations Between Julian Assange And Eric Schmidt

Recently, WikiLeaks has publsihed confidential chat between Wikileaks founder Julian Assange and Google’s Chairman Eric Schmidt.

By On April 20, 2013 Respond
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CloudFlare Went Down For An Hour With 785,000 Websites It Serves

CloudFlare Went Down For An Hour With 785,000 Websites It Serves

Popular DNS service provider CouldFlare went down today due to an issue with Flowspec protocol rule update in their edge Juniper router. Which took their whole system down for about an hour and almost all of their 785,000 customer (Including 4chan, Wikileaks, Metallica.com & our TheTechJournal) went down with it. CloudFlare tried to act quick, now everything is operational. CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince explained the whole thing, keep reading to understand more about this issue.

By On March 4, 2013 1 Response
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Wikileaks Breaks Anonymity, Says Aaron Swartz Provided Information Anonymously

Wikileaks Breaks Anonymity, Says Aaron Swartz Provided Information Anonymously

After a week from the death of 26-year old Reddit co-founder Aaron Swartz, Wikileaks has dumped its pledge of anonymity and claimed that Aaron Swartz may have been an unknown source of Wikileaks who shared secret information and news leaks.

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WikiLeaks Launches ‘PayWall’ For Accessing Leaked Material, Angers Supporters

WikiLeaks Launches ‘PayWall’ For Accessing Leaked Material, Angers Supporters

WikiLeaks has been into financial troubles since ever. The whistle-blowing website naturally didn’t sit well with the authorities around the globe who have taken all possible measures to block any kind of financial aid from reaching it. Now, it has launched a kind of ‘paywall’ to persuade the visitors to make donations before they can access its leaked material.

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U.K. Government Sites Attacked By Anonymous Over Assange Case

U.K. Government Sites Attacked By Anonymous Over Assange Case

U.K. government has attracted the ire of human rights groups around the globe for trying to nab Julian Assange, the founder of Wikileaks. Now, the online hacktivists group, Anonymous, has claimed that it has attacked a number of U.K. government sites over the Assange case.

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Ecuador Rejects British Request, Grants Asylum To Assange

Ecuador Rejects British Request, Grants Asylum To Assange

Julian Assange is one of the most sought-after man, both in British and Sweden right now. Attempts were being made to somehow have him extradited to Sweden where he would have to stand trial over allegations of rape. But these plans were sabotaged by Ecuador, now that the South American country has granted asylum to Mr. Assange.

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Researchers Use Wikileaks To Predict Insurgent Attacks

Researchers Use Wikileaks To Predict Insurgent Attacks

Wikileaks has long been eyed as something that is dangerous and undesirable by the authorities, especially in US. However, the data divulged by Wikileaks is now being put to a use that may change this opinion in Washington. Researchers are using the leaked data on Wikileakes to predict the rise in insurgency in different Afghan regions.

By On July 19, 2012 1 Response
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Anonymous Launches Own Version Of Wikileaks – Par:AnoIA

Anonymous Launches Own Version Of Wikileaks – Par:AnoIA

Wikileaks has made online data dumps of leaked materials a very popular concept. Whereas Wikileaks has a wholly different purpose and dimension when indulging in this, the famous hacking group Anonymous has also launched a similar data dump site of its own. It is being called Par:AnoIA.

By On July 15, 2012 Respond
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Assange Asks The Supreme Court To Re-Open Extradition Appeal

Assange Asks The Supreme Court To Re-Open Extradition Appeal

Wikileaks’ founder Julian Assange has been tried by the U.K. legal system for quite some time, over Sweden’s demands that he be extradited to Sweden over alleged charges of rape and sexual assault. Assange has been fighting the accusations with many having speculated that the accusations may be simply to malign him over the creation of Wikileaks.

By On June 13, 2012 Respond
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What Will Happen To Julian Assange Once He Reaches Sweden?

What Will Happen To Julian Assange Once He Reaches Sweden?

Julian Assange, the person who created Wikileaks and made it a global phenomenon, unveiling the hypocritical masks of many global leaders and a number of other conspiracies, has been under fire from powerful people. Specifically, Swedish government has been trying to lay its hands on him, apparently to charge him in concocted cases and thus put an end to his brutally honest venture.

By On June 2, 2012 2 Responses
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Iran’s Aerial Secret Codes Compromised

Iran’s Aerial Secret Codes Compromised

WikiLeaks is one of the most controversial organizations that exist in the wide world of web. It has made its purpose to publish submissions of private, secret and classified media which the staff receives from anonymous sometimes shady sources, news leaks and whistleblowers. The website was launched back in 2006 and at that time claimed to be in possession of a 1.2 million documents.

By On March 7, 2012 Respond
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Booz Allen Hamilton Data Hacked

Booz Allen Hamilton Data Hacked

Hacker outfit Anonymous has published 90,000 military e-mail addresses and passwords as part of a project called Military Meltdown Monday, now they exposed Booz Allen Hamilton data. It released an approximately 190MB data torrent, which contained login information of personnel from US CENTCOM, SOCOM, the Marine Corps, Air Force facilities, Department of Homeland Security, Department of State and other private sector contractors……………..

By On July 12, 2011 1 Response
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WikiLeaks iPhone App Developer To Donate Majority Of Their Earings To WikiLeaks

WikiLeaks iPhone App Developer To Donate Majority Of Their Earings To WikiLeaks

A few days ago, Apple removed the WikiLeaks app for iPhone & iPod. As the app was unofficial & as well as controversial, Apple decided to let it down. It was charging $2 per download of the app since it popped up on the App Store on December 17th. The developer of the app recently revealed the total breakdown of his app’s reach before it was removed by Apple. He also announced to donate the majority of the earnings to WikiLeaks.

By On December 24, 2010 Respond
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Apple Pulls Out WikiLeaks App From App Store

Apple Pulls Out WikiLeaks App From App Store

After passing some days from its availability apple removed the unofficial wikileaks apps for iPhone and iPad from app store.For those who don’t know, the WikiLeaks app for iPhone and iPad gives you full access to the old and new archives of the WikiLeak in a clean and nice interface and lets you check on the latest updates from Twitter or the organization’s website.

By On December 22, 2010 Respond
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Unofficial WikiLeaks App Hits The App Store

Unofficial WikiLeaks App Hits The App Store

Unofficial WikiLeaks app has just hits the app store.The new app sports a clean, crisp interface allowing you to keep well up-to-date with the development of the organization and the various government leaks published. The app support both iPhone and iPod touch as well as iPad.It is available at app store for £1.19.

By On December 19, 2010 Respond
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