The Army and Anonymous. Matt DeHart administered a server associated with the Tor hidden service known as the Shell Onion, providing anonymous shell accounts. While monitoring the server in 2009, he came across an unencrypted file containing an FBI investigation in illegal CIA activities. Whilst he deleted that file, there was also an encrypted file of the same size and name on another server that he says was headed for WikiLeaks.
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