WikiLeaks vs Cryptome






From: nobody
Subject: Wikileaks honeypot/SAIC whistlebreaker update
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 2015 16:56:29 +0100 (CET)
Wikileaks is not offering a search of Cryptome - the files are hosted on their server as a honeypot for snatching user data for who knows what.
There are subtle sneaky differences that give it away.
Look at the html source code for https://cryptome.wikileaks.org/frontpage and https://cryptome.org. Why the code changes? What else is different?
Look at the SSL certs, the WL mirror uses its own and its own SSL crypto. May not even be valid certs.
http://www.computing.co.uk/ctg/news/2430138/fake-banking-websites-issued-with-ssl-certificates-by-symantex-comodo-and-godaddy
and
http://www.pcworld.com/article/2999146/encryption/google-threatens-action-against-symantec-issued-certificates-following-botched-investigation.html

Look at the traceroutes.

traceroute to cryptome.wikileaks.org (195.35.109.44), 20 hops max, 40 byte packets
 1  208.64.252.229.uscolo.com (208.64.252.229)  0.409 ms  0.454 ms  0.545 ms
 2  199.197.11.45.uscolo.com (199.197.11.45)  0.550 ms  0.594 ms  0.599 ms
 3  199.197.10.25.uscolo.com (199.197.10.25)  1.133 ms  0.889 ms  1.161 ms
 4  31.217.128.5 (31.217.128.5)  0.412 ms  0.453 ms  0.456 ms
 5  s1.eq1.ams.ixreach.com (91.196.186.78)  66.691 ms  66.711 ms  66.722 ms
 6  91.196.187.50 (91.196.187.50)  158.441 ms  158.423 ms  175.391 ms
 7  r2.thn.lon.ixreach.com (91.196.184.182)  164.760 ms  164.769 ms  164.755 ms
 8  r1.tc2.ams.ixreach.com (91.196.184.138)  169.547 ms  170.111 ms  169.575 ms
 9  blix.telecity5.nl-ix.net (193.239.116.75)  195.183 ms  195.550 ms  195.450 ms
10  te-9-1.dig-osl.blix.com (31.169.49.33)  195.238 ms  195.390 ms  195.433 ms
11  po-8.hmg-osl.blix.com (31.169.49.90)  195.161 ms  195.315 ms  195.414 ms
12  po-2.sa-hmg-osl.blix.com (178.255.145.162)  196.934 ms  196.696 ms  195.632 ms
traceroute to cryptome.org (209.17.116.160), 20 hops max, 40 byte packets
 1  208.64.252.229.uscolo.com (208.64.252.229)  0.382 ms  0.435 ms  0.480 ms
 2  199.197.10.6.uscolo.com (199.197.10.6)  0.743 ms  0.802 ms  0.811 ms
 3  199.197.10.25.uscolo.com (199.197.10.25)  0.984 ms  1.026 ms  0.979 ms
 4  c-5-144-66-207.lax.ca.wolfe.net (207.66.144.5)  0.904 ms  1.056 ms  1.109 ms
 5  ACCRETIVE-T.edge2.Atlanta4.Level3.net (4.53.238.38)  52.495 ms  52.515 ms  52.716 ms
 6  xe-9-2-2.edge2.Atlanta4.Level3.net (4.53.238.37)  50.834 ms  50.917 ms  51.021 ms
 7  vl-3518.car2.Atlanta1.Level3.net (4.69.206.25)  51.413 ms  51.295 ms  51.472 ms
 8  FIDELITY-IN.car2.Atlanta1.Le
vel3.net (4.71.22.42)  52.250 ms  52.286 ms  52.300 ms
 9   (209.17.112.46)  51.437 ms  (209.17.112.42)  51.840 ms  51.962 ms
10  209.17.116.160 (209.17.116.160)  52.003 ms  52.281 ms  51.944 ms
The fellow that told me about his whistlebreaker project isn't here anymore. Only a sub-subcontractor here for one phase of a project, paid from a special fund. Friend says he had no HR records except his checks and security info.
Talk to Wikileaks, find out whos idea it was and who executed it. Snake oilers.

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 Let it also be said that Cryptome is the original gangster when it comes to whistleblowing, sensitive data and freedom of information. Wikileaks; minus Assange is now filled with script kiddies and COINTELPRO. Like the Anons they also have their ranks filled with ego and infighting.