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In the wake of recent events, Goatse Security has released an encrypted “insurance” file. Admittedly, it’s not as groundbreaking as the Wikileaks insurance, but we don’t intend to release the key until after a verdict has been passed on both weev and JacksonBrown.  We encourage all to download and share this file. Blog about it, upload it to your favourite bittorrent tracker, keep it on your FTP, whatever! We’d like to make clear that it’s nothing to do with AT&T, nor is it the supposed “email list” that was deleted a long time ago.

Direct link: http://security.goatse.fr/media/goatseinsurance.aes256
Bittorrent:   http://security.goatse.fr/media/goatseinsurance.torrent
MD5:           b25852056cf86c9aeb42b229ed5752cd

Additionally, we intend to start collecting funds for weev’s and JacksonBrown’s defense fund within the next day or so. Thank you to everyone who has contacted us over the past few days for showing an interest in their trial, and thank you to everyone who continues to raise awareness of their plight. weev would probably appreciate people to pray for him. We don’t know about JacksonBrown, but it’s the thought that counts.

~Murdox

GNAA President

(By the way, don’t expect too much activity on the GoatseSecurity twitter until weev comes back).

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typical bully vs. victim scenario. trolls (goatse, etc.) abuse, harass victim until either the victim or the victim’s associates fight back. bully (goatse) is thrown off by this agression and decides to react with even more bravado and bullying. victim calls their bluff — they fight and the bully loses.

  • Have you considered contacting the Electronic Frontier Foundation to represent them?

  • Knowing these guys, this file is probably full of Goatse and Pain Series

    • I promise you that it is nothing like that. This is a completely serious release. Has GoatSec ever released something of that nature? No. Goatse Security takes it’s work very seriously. Joking is left to the GNAA.

  • I say we get the GNAA in on this ;)

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

  • [...] the arrests in January 2011, GoatSec posted an encrypted 132-megabyte “insurance file” and threatened to release the keys if Auernheimer and Spitler were both convicted. Spitler already pled guilty, so if Auernheimer is [...]

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