Little Brother by Cory Doctorow was such an inspirational book for. I can't wait to read the final in the series, Attack Surface wired.com/story/his-writing-ra

I forgot to toot this yesterday, but I'm doing a reddit AMA on r/privacy today! Check it out an ask me anything reddit.com/r/privacy/comments/

Feds are using sophisticated electronic surveillance against protesters in Portland. I wrote about how you can protect your Constitutionally protected privacy and freedom of assembly rights against these threats theintercept.com/2020/09/25/su

You should follow Distributed Denial of Secrets on here. They've been draconianly suspended from Twitter for publishing BlueLeaks, an 270gb archive of leaked police documents @ddosecrets

Sorry to post Twitter stuffs here but:

Easily automate deleting your old tweets, likes, and DMs with Semiphemeral (my Twitter privacy antifascist service)

micahflee.com/2020/09/semiphem

I'm about to do a Reddit AMA about BlueLeaks, the 269gb hack of police data, with Mara Hvistendahl from The Intercept. We've been digging into the data and reporting on it -- ask any questions you have! reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/i3n

Law enforcement scoured protestor communications and exaggerated threats to Minneapolis cops, documents from show theintercept.com/2020/06/26/bl

"it's unclear why DDoSecrets was banned for republishing hacked material while Wikileaks has been doing the same for years while retaining its Twitter account" businessinsider.com/blueleaks-

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@micahflee fun fact, ddosecrets.com seems to be using @occrp's Aleph software.

If you haven't been following it, the transparency collective DDoSecrets published 270gb of hacked police data called .

In response, yesterday,Twitter permanently banned their account and started blocking all links to ddosecrets.com/

If you want to share a file with a friend or colleague, you don't have to trust a third party service. You can use OnionShare.

The newest version even lets you publish static websites as onion services.
blog.torproject.org/new-versio onionshare.org

I reverse engineered and deobfuscated a malicious Excel document that came in a phishing email. Here's the write-up tech.firstlook.media/reverse-e

I just released dangerzone 0.1.2 (Linux only)!

It's a small release that adds support to Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, which means it now works in Linux Mint, Elementary OS, and other Ubuntu derivatives.

Installation instructions here github.com/firstlookmedia/dang

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