Photos: WikiLeaks Documents Stored Inside a Mountain Bunker

Swedish internet service provider Bahnhof houses its servers inside a former World War II bunker located inside a mountain and 100 feet below the surface of the earth. Secure, no? It’d better be, seeing that the company currently lists WikiLeaks as one of its clients.

And while several high-profile companies have been distancing …

Operation Payback: Who Are the WikiLeaks ‘Hactivists’?

A hacking group simply identifying itself as “Anonymous” has taken credit for a recent string of high-profile cyber attacks against the websites of businesses, banks and politicians that have either spoken out against or stopped doing business with whistleblowing site, WikiLeaks.

Since Monday of this week, targets have included Swiss …

Hackers Target MasterCard for Blocking WikiLeaks Payments

A group of hackers simply going by the name “Anonymous” is targeting companies that have blocked whistleblowing site WikiLeaks from using their services.

The latest target is MasterCard, whose site has currently been knocked offline thanks to a series of DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks against it. On a very …

WikiLeaks Domain Name Killed (and Why It Won’t Kill WikiLeaks)

At around 10PM EST last night, WikiLeaks was no longer accessible at the web address. That’s the end of that, right?


The site is still accessible through several alternate domain names (,,, to name a few), all of which point to its machine-readable IP address: …

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