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WikiLeaks and the old Ins Files dedsh0t 02/12/2018 (Mon) 05:12:30 [Preview] No. 63838
So last year at about this time, I had to drop out of the ongoing private chan-driven investigation that was looking to crack open the WL Insurance files, due to personal worry that I was being v&.

Long story short, at some point I remember copying and saving the actual KEY to the 2012 file on HDD after encrypting it, (I remember poking around the inside of the file in memory, being VERY cautious the whole time) and a week later or so when I was ready to extract the contents of the file to re-encrypt, that HDD which contained the key "magically" wouldn't even power on to spin up. Some more strange, similar occurrences happened in a very small timeframe so I decided to take a break and distance myself from the info.

Well, now I'm back, and it's peaking my curiosity. Every old thread or archive that I can find that mentions these files ANYWHERE, has either been deleted or it contains old and incomplete information I already possess.

So I want to know; Did we ever open these files? Did anyone ever figure out the key? If so, what were the contents of ALL the files, were they backed up/archived anywhere, and what was modified in the 2012-file back in late 2017 so as to remain hidden? What was the result of WL's compromise? Are they still compromised? Looking for dirt on this. Anyone with any information on this would be extremely helpful. I can provide you some of the old threads and archives if necessary to prove my involvement.

I understand that this information is largely censored, if you prefer communication through PGP or other encrypted channel let me know here and we can arrange this.

Anonymous 02/12/2018 (Mon) 13:29:41 Id: 4bd113 [Preview] No.63842 del
I was never in those investigations but I remember that going on in the overboard. the board that people would periodically dump stuff from the blockchain.. that board was wiped or someone else claimed it and vandalized it I think.

There are some people with archives Anonymous 02/13/2018 (Tue) 15:32:03 Id: 9ec08d [Preview] No.63843 del
Archive.org has some stuff and there are other places around

Private discord too

The people in claudia.txt went dark but they do have a bitmessage chan, with nothing on it seemingly

The old inactive discord: discord gg rzTxTr

Some of us are in there, say hi and we can invite you to the more general chat

Anonymous 02/13/2018 (Tue) 17:04:06 Id: 16fef9 [Preview] No.63845 del
Bump that was a great experience I learned a lot about BTC and blockchain technology.

Anonymous 02/13/2018 (Tue) 17:09:50 Id: 882082 [Preview] No.63846 del
Are you talking about this file?

dedsh0t 02/19/2018 (Mon) 02:49:45 [Preview] No.63925 del
>>63846 - Yes.

Anonymous 02/20/2018 (Tue) 22:31:09 Id: c1ab31 [Preview] No.63949 del
legend has it anyone who opens the files gets blackbagged / v& / internet traffic cut off / CERN opens a time-traveling wormhole to surpress them.

the opposition infiltrated reddit, halfchan, 8ch, endchan, BeamStat, discord, and a number of other platforms people were using to collaborate. IP bans, vigilant janitors, DDoSes, unprecedented BTC mempool spikes, etc. they own the internet.

if you believe this line of reasoning, then it makes sense that the actual keys can never be posted to the internet - the only way to unlock the files is go full-blown blockchain autism by yourself on an airgapped machine.

i gave up after they flooded beamstat. couldn't figure out where to talk to people who were still working.

this has striking similarities to the Q situation - the story was real in the beginning, but disinformation agents get wind, 20 new boards pop up, people start arguing, and the whole thing peters out due to lack of organization / progress

dedsh0t 02/27/2018 (Tue) 07:51:04 [Preview] No.64094 del
So it sounds to me like what we need is a thoroughly encrypted system that allows users to anonymously share work and ideas through proof-of-work identity verification.. I have had some ideas for a system like this and it would more or less work like a more complex PGP-keychain network that would be (hopefully) mostly automated.. I just didn't know if something like that would even be an effective means of communication. Not everyone on the darkweb knows each other, and it's hard to separate newbies who are genuinely curious versus your occasional DIA or rat.

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