Leaks: Dark Side Of The Kremlin - 108GB via DistributedDenialOfSecrets

Zenaan Harkness zen at freedbms.net
Sat Jan 26 00:12:25 PST 2019

If true, our Russkie bros need to up their Linux|BSD|Libre game.
Here's a suggested start:

 - BSD desktop

 - software USB condom - i.e. audit the USB 1|2|3 stacks for Linux &

 - every day VMs on the desktop - perhaps Russkify Qubes OS

 - while we're at it, get some badass I2P drop box shirt happening :)

Create your world,

On Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 01:20:23AM -0500, grarpamp wrote:
> https://archive.org/details/DarkSideOfTheKremlin
> infohash:305a8569f0728290a171fb843a02c0cd21db9a97
> infohash:fe604c9b2698dc48df9a35d31dab143c1f4eb277
> :)
> https://twitter.com/NatSecGeek
> https://twitter.com/DDoSecrets
> http://ddosecretspzwfy7.onion/
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