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Distributed Denial of Secrets - Data - North America

で北米に含まれる United States of America の中にBlueLakesがあるので、きっとそれが対象となるファイルなのでしょうね。。。

24 years of data from over 200 police departments, fusion centers and training/support resources hacked by Anonymous.


● Twitter - DDoSecretsはBlueLeaks

・2020.06.20 RELEASE: #BlueLeaks (269 GB)



■ 報道等

● Security Affairs
・ 2020.06.22 BlueLeaks: 269GB of data from US law enforcement organizations leaked online by Pierluigi Paganini

A group of hacktivists and transparency advocates published a massive 269 GB of data, dubbed BlueLeaks, allegedly stolen from U.S. Police and Fusion Centers.

・ 2020.06.22 Hack Brief: Anonymous Stole and Leaked a Megatrove of Police Documents by Andy Greenberg

The so-called BlueLeaks collection includes internal memos, financial records, and more from over 200 state, local, and federal agencies. 

● ZDNet
・ 2020.06.22 BlueLeaks: Data from 200 US police departments & fusion centers published online by

Activist group DDoSecrets published 296 GB of police data on Friday, June 19.

● SC Media
・2020.06.23 BlueLeaks files expose data from law enforcement, fusion centers by Teri Robinson

As protesters continue to take to the streets to demand racial justice and police reform in the wake of George Floyd’s death, the activist group DDoSecrets published data on a searchable portal that it says was nicked from  more than 200 law enforcement agencies and fusion centers in the U.S.

● Bleeping Computer
・ 2020.06.22 BlueLeaks data dump exposes over 24 years of police records by

In what is being referred to as 'BlueLeaks,' a group called Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoSecrets) has released a 269 GB data dump containing 24 years worth of records from over 200 police departments.

● Forbes
・ 2020.06.22 BlueLeaks: Huge Leak Of Police Department Data Follows George Floyd Protests by Thomas Brewster

A massive leak of police department data is causing a stir, as a hacktivist group known as Distributed Denial of Secrets dropped what it claims is 269GB of files from a large number of agencies.

● Thret Post
・ 2020.06.22 Report: ‘BlueLeaks’ Exposes Sensitive Data From Police Departments by

DDoSecrets has published data from over 200 police departments, law enforcement training and support resources and fusion centers.

Krebs on Security
・ 2020.06.22 ‘BlueLeaks’ Exposes Files from Hundreds of Police Departments

Hundreds of thousands of potentially sensitive files from police departments across the United States were leaked online last week. The collection, dubbed “BlueLeaks” and made searchable online, stems from a security breach at a Texas web design and hosting company that maintains a number of state law enforcement data-sharing portals.

● Naked Security by Sophos
・ 2020.06.23 ‘BlueLeaks’ exposes sensitive files from hundreds of police departments

DDoSecret – a journalist collective known as a more transparent alternative to Wikileaks – published hundreds of thousands of potentially sensitive files from law enforcement, totaling nearly 270 gigabytes, on Juneteenth.

・ 2020.06.22 Inside "Blue Leaks," a trove of hacked police documents released by Anonymous

More than one millions documents were just leaked from law enforcement fusion centers

Business Insider
・ 2020.06.22 Hackers just leaked sensitive files from over 200 police departments that are searchable by badge number by  

ars technica
・ 2020.06.23 Millions of documents from >200 US police agencies published in “BlueLeaks” trove by  

Document dump comes almost 4 weeks after murder by police of George Floyd.

Mail Online
・ 2020.06.23 Data dump dubbed 'BlueLeaks' exposes hundreds of thousands of files from over 200 police departments and FBI groups that include specific clothing and tattoos of protesters deemed a threat by STACY LIBERATORE

● PCMag 
・ 2020.06.22 'BlueLeaks' Data Dump Exposes 269GB of Files From Hundreds of Police Departments by Michael Kan

A WikiLeaks-like group dumped the information, which includes internal documents and reports from the FBI and police departments across the US.

● Fast Company
・ 2020.06.22 Report: ‘Highly sensitive’ police department data hacked for a WikiLeaks-style website

・ 2020.06.22 ‘BlueLeaks’: Group Releases 270GB of Sensitive Police Documents by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai

A collective that hosts leaked data in the public interests published BlueLeaks, a collection of hundreds of thousands of internal documents from police departments across the country.

● Digital Trends
・ 2020.06.22 Massive ‘Blueleaks’ trove of law enforcement documents leaked by


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