Leak site Cryptome accidentally leaks its own visitor IP addresses
It comes shortly after some of the site’s encryption keys were compromised.
Cryptome, the original WikiLeaks, launches $100,000 Kickstarter
Government officials have called it an "invitation to terrorists"—something its supporters see as a compliment.
What Glenn Greenwald's email leak means for PGP encryption
PGP encryption is probably not broken, but impersonation is still a problem.
NSA: We never spied on the Pope
The accusations were leveled by Italian magazine Panorama.
Inside Par:AnoIA—the Anonymous Intelligence Agency
Six members of Par:AnoIA join the Daily Dot's Lorraine Murphy to talk leaks and lulz.
Cryptome founder John Young on documents, disclosures, and the competition
As for the other site he helped found: "WikiLeaks is unspeakably over-discussed."