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wo 08 dec 2010, 05:08

ah zie et al tis code van de AEScrypt... nevermind...
Wees aardig tegen mensen als je omhoog klimt, want je komt ze weer tegen als je naar beneden gaat...
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wo 08 dec 2010, 05:16

Ben nu ook ff bezig met old skool python...
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wo 08 dec 2010, 05:21

ehhhh dan ben ik nu zelf officieel ook in verwarring ;-)

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wo 08 dec 2010, 06:14

Kleine doos van Pandora die torent file...
je kan er beter niet inkijken, maar je aangeboren nieuwsgierigheid dwingt je toch te kijken... :-*
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wo 08 dec 2010, 06:46

ja is die code gereleased ? met welk proggie kan ik die zooi decrypten dan ?
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wo 08 dec 2010, 06:51

http://www.aescrypt.com

Volgens mij ...


Vraag me alleen af of ik de juiste file heb hoor mensen over 4.5 Gig praten die ik heb is 1.38 Gig
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[quote name="Fr3bzY"]ja is die code gereleased ? met welk proggie kan ik die zooi decrypten dan ?[/quote]


Met http://www.aescrypt.com/ te openen wel dit wachtwoord (is van aescrypt prog als ik het goed begrijp)
invullen: cce54d3a8af370213d23fcbfe8cddc8619a0734c dan wordt het een insurance.aes256.aes bestand die weer om een andere code vraagt om het te lezen.

dus ????? niemand weet nog niks want de code van wikkilk zelf is er niet
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wo 08 dec 2010, 07:02

[quote name="Combi"][quote name="Fr3bzY"]ja is die code gereleased ? met welk proggie kan ik die zooi decrypten dan ?[/quote]


Met http://www.aescrypt.com/ te openen wel dit wachtwoord invullen: cce54d3a8af370213d23fcbfe8cddc8619a0734c dan wordt het een insurance.aes256.aes bestand die weer om een andere code vraagt om het te lezen.

dus ?????[/quote]

ok thx...de rest 'brute forcen' we wel 'ff' ^^
wachten dus op de volgende release code !

pfffff

update... ik denk dat je per ongeluk het bestand extra gencrypt hebt ^^ je moet -d(ecrypt) ipc -a :)
het wachtwoord is namelijk niet goed...permission denied

ik wacht gewoon nog maar ff dan :)
btw#2 de code aangegeven op zapruder reacties is de HASH van het bestand lol...niet de sleutel om hem te decrypten...omg ^^

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http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2010/12/wiki ... 0000cable/

WikiLeaks won’t release key to ‘insurance’ file, despite Assange arrest

Raw Story
Dec 7, 2010

The website Wikileaks will continue publishing leaked US embassy cables but won’t release the encryption key for its 200,000 cable “insurance file” despite the arrest of its founder, Julian Assange.

Assange was arrested early Tuesday morning by British authorities under a Swedish arrest warrant. He is accused of vague sex-related charges, which include sex without a condom. Reports The Guardian:
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[quote name="Fr3bzY"][quote name="Combi"][quote name="Fr3bzY"]ja is die code gereleased ? met welk proggie kan ik die zooi decrypten dan ?[/quote]


Met http://www.aescrypt.com/ te openen wel dit wachtwoord invullen: cce54d3a8af370213d23fcbfe8cddc8619a0734c dan wordt het een insurance.aes256.aes bestand die weer om een andere code vraagt om het te lezen.

dus ?????[/quote]

ok thx...de rest 'brute forcen' we wel 'ff' ^^
wachten dus op de volgende release code !

pfffff[/quote]


cce54d3a8af370213d23fcbfe8cddc8619a0734c is alleen de code om aes prog te kunnen gebruiken.
als ik het nu wel goed snap dan :-)
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wo 08 dec 2010, 11:14

inmiddels op terra...

UberFeltMeister Assange zit in de bak...
gaat niet langs start en key is niet gereleased...

...
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/technol ... 18obu.html

hmmmmmmm

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will spend at least the next week behind bars in Britain after deciding to fight extradition to Sweden where he faces sexual assault allegations.

The controversial Australian, whose whistleblowing website has drawn fury from Washington for making public thousands of top-secret diplomatic cables, was remanded in custody only hours after handing himself in to police.
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Members of the media gather outside the rear entrance of Westminster Magistrates Court in London. Photo: AP

He was refused bail at a London court despite supporters, including heiress Jemima Khan and crusading Australian journalist and filmmaker John Pilger, putting up £180,000 ($285,800) in sureties.

Judge Howard Riddle, described by London legal sources as "middle of the road, cautious" told Mr Assange he had "substantial grounds" to believe the 39-year-old would disappear and not attend any further legal hearings.

The hearing took place just five hours after Mr Assange voluntarily surrendered to the Metropolitan Police Extradition Unit overnight to hear allegations contained in a European arrest warrant – brought by Swedish Police – on claims of sexual assault.

Speaking in court for the Swedish authorities, Gemma Lindfield said Mr Assange was wanted in connection with four allegations of sex crimes.

She said the first complainant, a Miss A, alleged she was the victim of "unlawful coercion" on the night of August 14 in Stockholm and that Mr Assange had used the weight of his body to hold her down in a sexual manner.

The second allegation is that Mr Assange "sexually molested" Miss A by having sex with her without a condom when it was her "express wish" he should use one. Miss A alleges in a third claim that Mr Assange "deliberately molested" her on August 18 "in a way designed to violate her sexual integrity".

The fourth charge is that Mr Assange had sex with a second woman, Miss W, on August 17 without a condom while she was asleep at her Stockholm home.

The Australian, who arrived in court and was supported by several high-profile identities including socialite Kahn, award-winning filmmaker Ken Loach and Australian veteran journalist Pilger, has been in hiding with friends in England since the latest round of diplomatic cables were leaked in a carefully managed global publication exercise.

Pilger later confirmed outside the court that he had donated some surety for the bail attempt: "I was prepared to do it (offer £20,000 as surety) because there was a possibility of an injustice being perpetrated against Julian Assange personally. He has been a doing the job of a journalist and he deserves the support of people who believe that the free flow of information is the bedrock of a democracy."

Six people offered £20,000 each while an anonymous person offered up £60,000.

Speaking after the hearing outside the court, Mr Assange’s lawyer, Mark Stephens, said WikiLeaks would continue, had "many thousands of journalists around the world" and a renewed bail application is being planned.

"We have heard the judge today say that he wishes to see the evidence himself. He was impressed by the fact that a number of people were prepared to stand up on behalf of Mr Assange. In those circumstances I think we will see another bail application," he said.

"They [those offering surety] were but the tip of the iceberg. This is going to go viral. Many people believe Mr Assange to be innocent, myself included. Many people believe that this prosecution is politically motivated. I'm sure that the British judicial system is robust enough not to be interfered with by politicians and that our judges are impartial and fair. I hope I can say the same about Swedish prosecutors in the future."

At the court, hundreds of journalists and photographers jostled to get a glimpse of Mr Assange and his legal team, who were applauded and greeted with supporting chants of "we love you".

Australian-born human rights lawyer, Geoffrey Robertson, QC, has cut short his annual summer holiday in Sydney and was flying back to London overnight to represent Mr Assange.

Mr Robertson and another specialist extradition lawyer from his Doughty Street Chambers are to act for Mr Assange in his fight against extradition to Sweden. Mr Robertson has specialised experience in fighting legal attempts to extradite to Scandinavian nations.
Showing his support ... John Pilger

Showing his support ... John Pilger Photo: Getty Images

It is believed that Mr Robertson has been in contact with Mr Assange for some time about his defence and met Federal Attorney-General Robert McClelland late last week to discuss the case.

In an opinion article published in The Australian today, Mr Assange argues for freedom of speech and criticises the Gillard government for its ''disgraceful pandering'' to threats against him from the US. He accuses Australian politicians of following the US with claims that the leaks will endanger lives while saying ''there is nothing of any importance in the leaks''.

''It can't be both,'' he writes. ''Which is it?''
Jemima Khan speaks to reporters outside court.

Jemima Khan speaks to reporters outside court. Photo: Getty Images

Meanwhile, WikiLeaks continued to battle a seemingly concerted global effort to combat any further releases of information. This effort was led by the US Attorney-General, Eric Holder, who said he had authorised ''significant'' actions aimed at prosecuting the WikiLeaks founder but refused to specify what these might be.

Mr Assange has reportedly told friends he is increasingly convinced the US is behind Swedish attempts to extradite him. He has previously said the original allegations were the product of ''personal issues'' but that he now believes Sweden has behaved as ''a cipher'' for the US.

Mr Assange said he declined to return to Sweden because he feared he would not receive a fair hearing and that Swedish prosecutors had requested that he be held in solitary confinement and incommunicado.
Geoffrey Robertson ... has spoken to Assange.

Geoffrey Robertson ... has spoken to Assange. Photo: Jim Rice

WikiLeaks' access to funds is being slowly squeezed as financial institutions succumb to US and domestic diplomatic pressure. A Swiss bank announced this week it had closed Mr Assange's account because he had allegedly given ''false information''. Earlier the US commerce business PayPal froze WikiLeaks' accounts.

Yesterday Julia Gillard backed away from her comment of late last week that the actions of Mr Assange and WikiLeaks were illegal. When asked what, under Australian law, was illegal about his actions, she was unable to nominate anything.

''The foundation stone of it is an illegal act,'' she said.

In an open letter posted on the ABC's Drum website, figures such as the writer Noam Chomsky, the former Family Court chief justice Alastair Nicholson, the retired intelligence officer Lance Collins and the actor Max Gillies call on Ms Gillard to ensure Mr Assange's safety in light of the inflammatory rhetoric surrounding WikiLeaks.
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wo 08 dec 2010, 15:57

Ik zat eens te denken ... wat als Assange niet gelieerd is aan de CIA of andere inlichtingendienst, maar gewoon uit is op geld van de VS?

Waarom worden al die documenten maar mondjesmaat gepubliceerd en waarom niet gewoon in één keer alles .. afgelopen met het gezeur? Het kan zijn dat de enige reden om het op deze manier aan te pakken, is om de VS te dwingen te onderhandelen met Assange over een bedrag.

Maar goed, misschien ben ik naïef om te denken dat je in één keer 'essentiële' informatie moet delen met je doelgroep.
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wo 08 dec 2010, 16:34

[quote name="Dromen"]GE NI AAL!!!!

http://www.geenstijl.nl/mt/archieven/20 ... n_ddo.html[/quot]

:yeah: Zijn niet meer te stoppen !!!!
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do 09 dec 2010, 03:10

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/rep-berni ... 91091.html


linkje is niet van mezelf, maar geeft in ieder geval antwoord op de vraag waar de aandacht deze week NIET zat van de media..
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do 09 dec 2010, 04:49

Nog niemand geprikkeld??

http://www.nujij.nl/fed-verstrekte-12-3 ... 8106.lynkx

Dit nieuws is een paar dagen oud, maar helemaal ondergesneeuwd. Vrij heftig.
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