The ‘Rosenburg Files’ Tell The Tale of Why Anti-Fascist (Anti-Nazi) Servers Were Seized by German Ministry of Justice

So, I’m not trying to turn this next article into some masterpiece or spread any disinformation, but what I received in response to a recent legal request in Germany was certainly interesting. For those of you whom might not be aware, a couple weeks ago my anti-virus software would not let me connect to a website I visit nearly everyday – As a result, I reached out to some of my fellow “comrades” working there are received the following message:

Local Court Bamberg seized our hard drives from CyberGuerrilla Autonomous Nexus without notifying us or giving any reason. If someone in Germany could help us it would be appreciated we need reason why they seized our hard drives.

Local Court Bamberg for IP
File number: 1 Gs 2117/19 (710 AR 178/19)

Not asking for money but maybe you can find a lawyer (collective) in Germany to represent us (free of charge) to ask information on why our hard drives where seized on Friday 19 July. Basically only trying to figure out, that is why we started from scratch because court has all data concerning password hashes, key’s, certs, etc.

– With revolutionary greetings, General Secretary, Central Committee of the Meowist Party of the Soviet CyberGuerrilla Autonomous Nexus

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Well, it took me a couple days, but I decided to take on the task myself and proceeded to send out multiple messages to Germany Ministry of Justice in Bavaria where the files were seized. When that didn’t work, I then proceeded to try and reach out to Germany’s Federal Intelligence Service – Bundesamt fur Verfassungsschutz – because I’ve worked with them several times in the past with much success. However, even they too denied any comments on the matter. Researching everything a bit further, I found that same error message posted by the webmaster of dated 2017. So, was it a mistake from my contact, did the webmaster date the material wrong, or did history repeat itself? Probably the first.

Interestingly enough though, the only thing I did get from all my exchanges was the document provided below. What makes it so interesting is that it’s a document which tells the tale of how World War II era members of Hitlers ruling Nazi Party were not only given Amnesty for their crimes after the War, but were then hired after the fact to serve in Germany’s Federal Ministry of Justice in the decades following the end of the War. As the report even eludes to, as of the mid 1970’s, more than 90 senior level members of the Federal Ministry of Justice, former members of the Nazi political party, were still serving office.

The document also tells the tale of Germany’s history of Nazi influence on the countries justice system. Once again, which was still occurring well into the 1970’s. Indubitably, these footprints or influences/impacts still exist to this very day. The document was published in reference to something called the “Rosenburg Project” – that’s the correct spelling. What’s interesting about that is the fact that you can search the Rosenburg Project on Google and absolutely nothing pops up, which means this information isn’t exactly mainstream or readily available – which is why I’m publishing it here today.

Lastly, tying everything together now, and this is just a guess, I think the reason why I was provided this exact information was for me to fill in the gaps? What I mean to say is that CyberGuerrilla is perhaps the single most visible and powerful Anti-Fascist platform in the world right now – at least on the internet anyways. As I’ve also previously explained, Anti-Fascisist’s are Anti-Nazi through and through, which is the whole reason why the Anti-Fascists movement even emerged in the first place during the years leading up to and through World War II – because of Nazism and peoples/countries allegiances to its ideology.

So, as I maintain, I think I was given this information to read between the lines – so to speak. Germany is seizing these peoples servers, Donald Trump is leading a movement to classify Anti-Nazi’s terrorists, and all around the world actual Nazi’s are the ones committing acts of terror – especially recently here inside the US, probably because of our, at best, Nazi-sympathizing President. Make no mistake, Nazism is alive and well in all corners of the world and has remained so ever since the end of the War – as the Rosenberg Files chronicle. As I’ve also already stated, the War is already here – choose your side wisely mi amigos.

Download Rosenburg Files Research Report:

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Here’s A Look At an Active Freedom of Information Act Lawsuit Against The US Government In Live Time

Sometimes I wonder why the US Government is so afraid of me? I mean, I applied for Clandestine work with the CIA, openly worked with the CIA on different occasions for various DarkNet operations, sent maybe 5 dozen+ reports to the FBI, worked with countless intelligence contractors and pieces off my old website were read to the US Senate Intelligence Committee. I just don’t get it, how did I become the bad guy all of a sudden?

I mean, is it the fact that I was trained/paid by German intelligence? They are “allies” – right? Is it the fact that I left the country, defected my citizen ship and became a political refugee in the Bahamas? Is it that I’ve been inside the Russian consulate and Visa centers three different times, each – the first time as a political refugee? Is it the fact that I uncovered a Russian staff member secretly working for the US while in there, and then sold them out to the FSB to show my worth? Is it the fact I’ve been in the French consulate twice and embassy once? Is it the fact that I can become a Russian citizen any day I want? Is it the fact that I’ve published about 100 leaks globally in the last 9 months alone? I mean, all of that is totally normal – right? Who hasn’t done that? 🤔

All humor aside for a moment, it literally can’t be any of those things. Well, at least the defecting, refugee stuff and political asylum parts that is – because I did all of that “ex post facto.” Unfortunately, the sad reality of my situation is that the US Government is quite literally spending millions observing me and sabotaging everything I do, chasing me from country to country, state to state, instead of just paying me thousands to work for them in the first place! Makes complete sense – right? I guess that would just be too simple a solution for them. But what do I know?

Well, after more than a year and a half now, with no end in site, I decided to begin the process of filling a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the US National Security Agency (NSA) earlier this year. Of course, this began with a simple FOIA request which was expectedly denied – see below – and is currently in the appeals process. Once that appeal gets denied a second time, as I’m certain it will, I will then file a FOIA lawsuit to one up the request and put some more heat on them. Please note that I’ve redacted some of my own personal statements to the NSA in the copies of their response provided below.

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Any of this sounding familiar to you? Sort of sounds like Tom Cruise’s “Rogue Nation Mission Impossible” spin-off perhaps? 😂 I swear, you really can’t make this stuff up!

Once again however, all humor aside, this is actually a very serious matter. I bring all of that up because you have to read between the lines here. If the technology or program didn’t exist in the first place, they would’ve just flat out denied everything outright and probably try and ship me to a psych ward for 32 days – oh wait! The fact that they can neither “confirm nor deny” the existence of the program/technology and can not “confirm nor deny” any of the people(s) targeted by it is actually a defacto admission that the program does exist – which I already know. They just use classification guidelines to hide their violations of article’s 4 and 8 of the US Constitution from the public’s eye. I know, such Patriots – right? 😏

Quite frankly, I don’t care if it all fails. I just want to share intelligence with the world/US, and show people the truth about things they may not have ever been aware of or heard of before – funded by their own tax dollars. After-all, even I know there is a reason the Government is doing this to me, my mind is a weapon and I pledge my allegiance to no one! This country was just to stupid to hire me.

🎆Merry 4th of July America! Damn Those British Sons of Bitches!!🎆


Saudi Cargo Ship Departs from European Ports Loaded w/ Weapons & Munitions Destined for Yemen

(AI) – Reacting to the onward voyage of the Saudi Arabian state shipping company’s vessel, the Bahri Yanbu, from the Spanish port of Santander this afternoon, Ara Marcen Naval, Deputy Director for Arms Control and Human Rights at Amnesty International, said:

Laden with arms that will likely be used in the war in Yemen, the Bahri Yanbu has been bouncing off European ports like a pinball. After loading up with Belgian munitions in Antwerp, it has visited or attempted to visit ports in the UK, France and now Spain, and is due to dock at the Italian port of Genoa later this week. This is a serious test of EU countries’ resolve to uphold their obligations under the Arms Trade Treaty and EU Common Position on Arms Exports. Several states have failed this test in the space of just a few days.

No EU state should be making the deadly decision to authorize the transfer or transit of arms to a conflict where there is a clear risk they will be used in war crimes and other serious violations of international law.

The Bahri Yanbu’s voyage reminds us that states prefer to allow the lucrative global arms trade to continue to operate behind a veil of secrecy. But this veil is not impenetrable, and Amnesty International and its partners will continue to closely monitor developments and denounce states for flouting their international legal obligations.


In Yemen, the Saudi Arabia/UAE-led Coalition has used arms imports to contribute to thousands of civilian deaths and injuries, including as a result of attacks that violated international humanitarian law. This has exacerbated the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, where 2.2 million people have been displaced and 22 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance.

Read More – The War In Yemen, The Media’s Forgotten War:

According to the EU’s reporting on arms exports, EU member states issued at least 607 licences worth over 15.8 billion euros to Saudi Arabia in 2016. The main European exporters of conventional arms to Saudi Arabia include the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Bulgaria. Between 2013 and 2018, Saudi Arabia accounted for nearly half of the UK’s and a third of Belgium’s arms exports. Other countries – including Germany, the Netherlands and Norway – have started to restrict weapons sales to the Saudi and UAE-led coalition.

According to a published export schedule for Saudi Arabian state-owned shipping vessels, the Bahri Yanbu set sail from Corpus Christi, USA on 2 April 2019, destined for Jeddah in Saudi Arabia. It then called at several other US ports and one Canadian port before crossing the Atlantic and stopping in Germany, Belgium and the UK in early May.

On 3 May, it was reportedly loaded with six containers of Belgian-manufactured munitions at Antwerp, before continuing on to France. It was due to dock at the French port of Le Havre to receive additional arms on 8 May, but following legal action by French NGOs and increased public scrutiny, it continued its voyage without stopping in France, and made an unscheduled stop at Santander in northern Spain on 12-13 May. Its next scheduled port of call is in Genoa, Italy, now expected on or after 18 May.

Read More – The Yemen Papers, Classified Documents from French MoD Published Online:

Amnesty International activists in Belgium, France, Spain and Italy have been monitoring the Bahri Yanbu’s voyage around Europe. The activists have joined protests and co-authored a letter to the Spanish authorities to call on them not to authorize its transit through Spanish waters. The organization will highlight the apparent ATT and EU Common Position violations at a 17 May meeting of the European Council’s Working Party on Conventional Arms Exports.

Saudi Weapons Export Schedule – April to May 2019:

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This report was originally published by Amnesty International on May 15th 2019. It was republished, with permission, under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 International License, in accordance with the Terms & Conditions of Amnesty International | Formatting Edits and PDF’s added and embedded by Rogue Media Labs

Infamous/Notorious Hacker Forum Known as Dark0de Comes Back Online Under New Ownership

Roughly 3 years after first being taken down by European/international police in 2016, the infamous hacking forum known as “Dark0de” has officially come back online. For those of you whom may be unfamiliar with the sites legacy/history, originally founded in 2007, Dark0de went on become perhaps the single largest and most notorious hacking forum in the world up until the time of its closing just a few years ago. In fact, as described by Europol, the police organization which initially closed it, “Darkode is the most prolific English-speaking cybercriminal forum to date.

The operation to close the forum, originally code-named “Operation Shrouded Horizon” by the FBI, ultimately resulted in the arrests of 70 people across 20 countries – including Denmark, Germany, India, Israel, Romania, Sweden, and the UK. At the time, then US Attorney General, Leslie Caldwell, called the closing of Dark0dea milestone in our efforts to shut down criminals’ ability to buy, sell, and trade malware, botnets and personally identifiable information used to steal from US citizens and individuals around the world.” Also stating how she believed that “this operation is a great example of what international law enforcement can accomplish when we work closely together to neutralize a global cyber-crime marketplace.

Learn More – Operation Shrouded Horizon:




Today however, the site is now being managed by “Hitman,” the owner of Dark0de, as well as “Ownz” – the leader/founder of New World Hackers. At the current moment in time the site and its forums are back online and open for business – featuring categories/information such as leaks, forum resources, webmasters, malware, exploits & 0days, cracking, hacking, technology and gaming – among many more.

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Online Chat Affiliated w/ Dark0de:

In statements made available to Rouge Media Labs, Dark0de‘s developers explained how “we plan to bring back Dark0de to give hackers a place to go to look for accounts, tools, proxies, methods, and configs – not to mention email:username combinations for cracking accounts.” According to Ownz, “the goal is to become the #1 hacking forum once again like done in the past back in 2013-2015.” Adding that “the reason we waited three years is because we were aware that there was an investigation ongoing because the actual original owner of the site was not ‘Hitman‘ but it was ‘Obstriegel‘ aka ‘Sp3cial1st‘ and we didn’t want the same troubles as he had trying to cover up what he had created.

While the forum used to be associated almost primarily with the DarkNet, it is now freely available across the ClearNet. Aside from a change of ownership, the sites current developers claim that “nothing has changed, but we did add more site categories for Malware, Exploits, and the Marketplace” – etc. For example, the forum has already been restored to its previous version – with over 12,000 registered users, featuring +55,000 postings across +6,000 different threads.

Encrypted Email Account of Ukrainian President Porshenko’s Campaign Manager Hacked & Dumped Online 8 Days Before National Elections

Earlier this morning, March 22nd 2019, Anonymous hackers announced a breach of Vitaly Kovalchuk’s personal encrypted email account via ProtonMail. The entirety of the leak comprises of approximately 146 emails sent through the service to various international correspondances, including emails as recent as just two days ago – March 20th 2019. For those of you unfamiliar with the name, Vitaly Kovalchuk is the current campaign manager of Petro Poroshenko – whom will be up for re-election is just 8 days time.

The leaks are significant, including exchanges between Kovalchuk and Germany’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs about combating or counter-acting Russia’s military presence in the Sea of Azoz – which is currently being blockaded by Russia. A sample of the exchange essentially calls for military action in the Sea of Azoz/Nord Stream, detailing how the Ukrainian Ministry of Foreign Affairs is actively trying to recruit European allies to stand by their side and fight Russia’s blockade for the future prosperity of Kiev. It’s certainly an interesting look inside geo-political relations as different nation states discuss active military strategy/agenda’s in live time – before they even happen.

You can try and download the file from the original location and do it all yourself, but Rogue Media Labs has already gone through the trouble of downloading the file, unpacking it, re-organizing it and packaging back up as an easily downloadable/browse-able zip file that everyone can use – your welcome @TheInternet

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As for the hackers behind the breach, Anonymous CyberGuerrilla have claimed responsibility for the breach. In a message attached to the release, CyberGuerrilla explained:

Hello world! Pre-election struggle is an internal matter of every country. However, at the moment some politicians’ interests are more often causing large-scale interstate conflicts and frame-ups as well as become a pretext for big geopolitical players to interfere into the inner policy of other states.

A zip-file of Vitaly Kovalchuk’s (campaign manager of Ukrainian President Poroshenko) email correspondence got available with us. In some documents it is referred to pressing upon Europe and particularly Germany on the issue of freedom of navigation in the Sea of Azov.

Obviously, it refers both to preparations by Kiev of another attempt to break through to the Sea of Azov blocked by Russia, and Germany’s reluctance to take part in it, which was confirmed once again by Minister of Foreign Affairs Heiko Maas. Why, the joint operation has been made up not for the sake of the country as well as free and secure navigation but to save the ratings of a specific presidential candidate – the current head of the state Petro Poroshenko whose only trump card in the electoral race is to get both American and European support towards a well-planned frame-up.

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Kovalchuk’s correspondent is a certain Pavlo Anatoliyovych who is in contact with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Germany, must be quite a significant person. With a high probability it is head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin.

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The reference to the “friends” might mean the pressure by Washington upon Berlin, which has already brought a significant rating growth to Poroshenko after the EU accession to the previous package of anti-Russian sanctions.

As far as it can be explained, Germany and Europe as a whole are extremely discontent with the excessive politicization of the Kerch Strait issue in the framework of the electoral campaign in Ukraine, and they are not going to allow using themselves in the interests of one of the candidates. Expressing our solidarity with that position we consider it necessary to draw attention to inadmissibility of using any kind of political, economic and particularly military influence mechanisms for the sake of either a certain politician or a political power as these mechanisms were created to provide international security. The violation of that rule is fraught with severe reputation losses for all participants, and will cause irreparable damage to the steady democratic development of Ukraine.

CookieBot Report: 25 of 28 EU Government Websites not GDPR Compliant

Last night I came across and interesting study that just makes me shake my head. This would be the news that, according to a new study by researchers a fringe company known as “CookieBot,” 25 of 28 Government websites across the European Union (EU) are actively hosting ad tech trackers on their websites. This marks a significant discovery because this sort of activity logging is strictly forbidden under GDPR rules and regulations designed to protect user Anonymity and data confidentiality online.

To gather results, researchers scanned 184,683 pages affiliated with 28 .gov domains, discovering “third-party advertising technology (ad tech) trackers from 112 companies” on 89% of the pages scanned. CookieBot claims that the vast majority of these sort of trackers were discovered on third party plugins installed on the Governments pages, including plugin’s for things like “video players, social sharing widgets, web analytics, galleries and comments sections.” Other trackers were secretly installed to gather information on a visitors health condition so that they could later be targeted by ads for it, a practice strictly forbidden under Article 9 of the GDPR dating back to 2019. Through it all, the only countries found to be in full compliance with their own laws were Germany, Spain and the Netherlands. I could explain the results/methodology of the study in more detail, but I’d rather just have you read it for yourself – enjoy.

Read More – About How Other EU Policies Have Violated User Privacy/Security Online:
Download CookieBot’s Report for Yourself:

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Anonymous Announces #StopACTA2, an International Call To Action – Protests Scheduled Throughout Europe On March 23rd 2019

Ahead of the European Unions final vote to pass their new Copyright Directive into law in April, Anonymous hacktivists and political activists alike are teaming up together to stage a series of protests across Europe. Planned for March 23rd 2019 and officially entitled “StopACTA 2019,” protests are currently scheduled to be held across 25 countries, including Belgium, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.

View Map of All Demonstrations:

Original Release Calling for Protests:

What are They Protesting?

ACTA2 is what we call the Copyright Directive on the digital market. We call it #ACTA2 because it’s not just about helping creators circumvent copyright restrictions, its about the European Unions attempts to use copyright law as a means/excuse of seizing control over the internet – including the information you post and receive from it. The way we see it, the EU’s Copyright Directive is nothing more than the Governments way of financing censorship. We wholeheartedly believe ACTA2 is dangerous, as it will set the precedent allowing the EU to step in an censor the internet throughout the future. The way we see it, ACTA2 is the beginning of the Orwellian world and we mustn’t open the door too allow our Governments to do this, which is why we will be staging these protests on March 23rd.

Article 11

Also known as the #LinkTax, Article 11 is in essence a direct result of corporate lobbying. It gives extra protections/rights to legacy press organizations and media outlets, requiring mutually agreed upon licenses between the publisher and anyone else whom would like to use, share or republish their information. This includes pieces of information as small as SEO snippets, article titles or headlines, summary descriptions and pictures. In essence, many believe that Article 11 spells the death of small time or independent media outlets online.

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Article 13

Also known as #UploadFilters the new law dumps the responsibility for posts & comments from the authors who write them to the owners of a website. It offers a tool to help owners of websites better filter their content. However, internet purists fear that this so called “filter” is merely a guise for censorship, restricting the free speech of people on the internet by flagging or blocking users based off specific key words that could be focused around religion, politics, sexuality – et cetera. Activists fear that certain groups of people could be excluded from all conversations in the EU entirely, which sets a dangerous precedent for future abuses or complications.

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The Problem Explained In More Detail

Hello World, we are Anonymous

With overshadowing unease we are observing the deformation of copyright coming from the EU parliament. The so-called Article 13, which was unified agreed upon by EU states, Commission and Parlament on the 13th of February, is threatening the freedom of the internet.

The articles 4b and 4c contained in Article 13 could bring birth to the feared upload filter. This would lead to a massive limitation of uploads on media-sharing websites like YouTube, Instagram or Twitter. This includes the use and circulation of Memes.

We already achieved the aversion of a similar problem in 2012, ACTA. We protested on the web as well as in the streets. The final decision regarding Article 13 will be made mid-April 2019. We cannot rest without showing the EU parliament what it means to steal the freedom of the internet.

The loose collective Anonymous won’t be standing still, choosing to drop its cloak of the silent observer. Censorship of the free internet is one step too far. Anonymous will be supporting the protests on the web as well as the marching on the 23rd of March. The coalition ‘Save your Internet’ provides every information on the topic, including dates for demonstrations. There you will find all the representatives with whom you can share your worries about Article 13.

Together we have to be loud! Together we have to fight for the freedom of the internet! Together we have to shelve Article 13! Make the demonstrations on the 23rd of March massive. As we, the internet, are the very last, strong instance to fight for our rights. All important information is found in the description.

We are Anonymous.
We are Legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us.

Other Resources:

Save Your Internet:
A Message To All The Creators – Artists, Bloggers, Youtube’rs:
Save The Internet:

This Directive is known by many hashtags on the internet – here are some of them: #stopACTA2, #CopyrightDirective, #SaveYourInternet, #SaveTheInternet, #Article11, #Article13, #UploadFilters, #LinkTax, #Filternet, #ACTA2.

Full Text of EU Copyright Directive As It Will Be Voted 04/2019:

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Data & Internal Documentation from 100’s of German Politicians/Political Parties Hacked & Leaked Online by “G0d”

Throughout the course of the day today there have been hundreds of reports worldwide about the discovery of a treasure trove of data implicating 100’s of politicians throughout Germany. Included in the leaked information is a list of party members, personal chats between family members, credit card information, scans of national ID cards, internal documentation including contracts – et cetera.

However, what I find particularly interesting is that despite featuring “coverage” of the leaks, not a single news organization has actually published the leaked material themselves – nor do they provide their readers access to it. This is something that Rogue Media Labs simply does not understand. How can you report about a leak while dismissing the leaked content entirely? Do you even know how to be journalists? Quite frankly, I find it irresponsible and unethical to report on a leak without actually including the leaked material within your reporting. It just does not make any sense to me, which is why I am publishing the entirety of the leak itself below, to give my readers access to the full story – you’re welcome @TheInternet.

While other celebrities, journalist and public figures were also implicated in leaks by “G0d” throughout the course of December, the links to their data have since been taken down. Moreover, the first two locations of the leaked documents provided below have also been taken down, which is why I am attempting to back them up internally here on this web page – far outside the reach or jurisdiction of international law enforcement authorities. The internet remains a “public domain” and it is not Rogue Media Labs policy to take down any publicly available information/documentation, such as today’s leaks, for anyone. With that said however, there is no telling how long any of the links featured below will remain active while being hosted on other 3rd party platforms – I can’t save them all.

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4) Die Linke – (PASSWORT: link)-

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8) Christian Ehring – (PASSWORT: chris) –

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10) Casper – (PASSWORT: kasper) –

11) K.I.Z – (PASSWORT: kiz) –

12) Til Schweiger – (PASSWORT: schweig) –

13) Sallyisg4y – (PASSWORT: gay) –

14) Sido – (PASSWORT: sido) –

15) Nico Semsrott – (PASSWORT: nico) –

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17) Rayk Anders – (PASSWORT: rayk) –

18) LeFloid- (PASSWORT: floid) –

19) Jäger Und Sammler – (PASSWORT: gammler) –

20) Suzie Grime – (PASSWORT: suzie) –

21) Martin Lejeune – (PASSWORT: martin) –

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24) Tarik Tesfu – (PASSWORT: tarik) –

25) Gronkh – (PASSWORT: gronkh) –

26) Ardy | Dat Adam – (PASSWORT: ardy) –

27) RayRoentgen – (PASSWORT: ray) –

28) Garkolym – (PASSWORT: garko) –

29) Mirco Rosik – (PASSWORT: mirco) –

30) TubeOne Netzwerk – (PASSWORT: tube) –

31) Studio71 Netzwerk – (PASSWORT: studio) –

32) Mert Matan – (PASSWORT: mert) –

33) CommanderKrieger – (PASSWORT: cmd) –

34) KrappiWhatElse – (PASSWORT: krappi) –

35) PietSmiet – (PASSWORT: piet) –

36) PietSmiet Br4mm3n – (PASSWORT: brammen) –

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38) Dezztroyz – (PASSWORT: dezz) –

39) FreezyLion | Marlon Wenck – (PASSWORT: freezy) –

40) LeFloid Teamspeak – (PASSWORT: lefloid) –


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Wer mal den Mediakraft-Vertrag von SkyGuy sehen will:

Ardy got owned –

Backup of All Documents/Files:

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German Parliament & Military Compromised by Spear Phishing Campaign

According to multiple reports coming out of Germany this week, on November 14th 2018, several members of Germany’s parliament fell victim to a spear phishing campaign, as well did Bundeswehr, Germany’s civilian military wing, and several of the countries international embassies. Reportedly, using a hyperlink disguised as a message from the United Nations, Russian state actors were able to secretly install malware on the computers of any victims whom clicked on it – granting the hackers remote access to their devices.

More than two weeks later now, all said and done, malware samples have been recovered in at least 25 state owned computers across Germany, and it’s now confirmed that 16 members of Parliament had their personal email inbox’s/outbox’s stolen/cloned. According to a press release from the Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BFV), German authorities are “highly confident” that have successfully been able to trace the attack back to a Russian Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) going by the name of “Snake” or “Turla,” also known to have carried out extensive attacks on Germany’s internet infrastructure in the past – most notably during the months leading up the 2016 Berlin State elections. With that said however, as was reported by The Moscow Times on November 30th 2018, “Russia has repeatedly denied that it is involved in cyber attacks on German institutions.

All said, approximately 16 gigabytes of data was successfully downloaded and exported to 9 different servers across the world, all believed to belong to the Kremlin or State actors operating on their behalf. While the contents of Microsoft Outlook email inboxes was the primary target of the hack, further investigation into the incident has revealed that hackers were also able to obtain countless Microsoft documents tied/attached to the accounts. With that said however, even German investigators report that “it is impossible to know exactly what was stolen,” ominously adding that “only the parliamentarians know what they wrote in their emails. They and the hackers.

Anonymous Europe – Cyber Guerrilla Leak Files from Clandestine UK Operation “Integrity Initiative”

In news first brought to my attention via Sputnik, one of Russia’s largest news corporations, Anonymous hackers have published documents outlining a large scale clandestine operation undertaken by United Kingdom from 2015 to present entitled the “Integrity Initiative,” designed to create a “secret large-scale information service” across Europe. According to the leak, the operation was carried out under the pretext of countering the “Russian propaganda” and its main objectives were “to provide a coordinated Western response to Russian misinformation and other elements of hybrid warfare.

All said, The Integrity Initiative has an annual operating budget of $2.4 million dollars and is said to consists of groups of local politicians, journalists, military personnel, scientists and academics across over a dozen countries. Working together, the team is dedicated to finding and publishing alleged evidence of Russian interference in European affairs and, at the same time, influencing community policy.

In response to the leak, in statements to Sputnik, Konstantin Kosachov, chairman of the International Affairs Committee of the Council of the Russian Federation said that “The hackers’ information on the actions of the British special services against Russia requires a thorough investigation. The Commission for the Protection of State Sovereignty will analyze the data just published.

Full Leak from Anonymous:

Greetings. We are Anonymous.

We have obtained a large number of documents relating to the activities of the ‘Integrity Initiative’ project that was launched back in the fall of 2015 and funded by the British government. The declared goal of the project is to counteract Russian propaganda and the hybrid warfare of Moscow. Hiding behind benevolent intentions, Britain has in fact created a large-scale information secret service in Europe, the United States and Canada, which consists of representatives of political, military, academic and journalistic communities with the think tank in London at the head of it.

As part of the project Britain has time and again intervened into domestic affairs of independent European states. A most demonstrative example is operation ‘Moncloa’ in Spain. Britain set to prevent Pedro Baños from appointment to the post of Director of Spain’s Department of Homeland Security. It took the Spanish cluster of the Integrity Initiative only a few hours to accomplish the task.

For now, Britain is capable of conducting such operations in the following states:






The Netherlands:



Serbia and Montenegro:

London’s near-term plans to create similar clusters include Latvia, Estonia, Portugal, Sweden, Belgium, Canada, Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova, Malta, Czechia, countries of the Middle East and North Africa, Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Hungary, Cyprus, Austria, Switzerland, Turkey, Finland, Iceland, Denmark, and the USA.

All the work is done under absolute secrecy via concealed contacts in British embassies, which gives rise to more suspicion that Britain uses plausible excuse to create a global system of information influence and political interference into affairs of other countries.

Covert structures for political and financial manipulative activities under control of British secret services are created not only in the EU countries but also on other continents. In point of fact, quiet colonization of both former British neighbors in the EU and NATO allies is taking place.

The government of Great Britain has to come out of the dark and declare straight its intentions and unveil the results of the Integrity Initiative activities! Otherwise, we will do it!

Today, we make public a part of the documents we have available. In case London gives no response to our demands during the following week, we will reveal the rest of the documents that contain many more secrets of the United Kingdom.

Integrity Initiative Handbook:

Integrity Initiative Guide to Countering Russian Disinformation May 2018:

Austria Cluster:

Cluster leaders:

Cluster participants:

UK Cluster:

USA and Canada Cluster:



FCO application form 2017-18:

FCO application form 2018v2:

FCO proposal Integrity budget 2017-18:

Integrity 2018 Activity Budget v3:

Top 3 deliverables (for FCO):

We are Anonymous.

We are Legion.

We do not forgive.

We do not forget.

Expect us.

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Reporters Without Borders Publish Leaked Documents In Protest of EU Mass Surveillance

(AI) – EU member states must back proposed curbs on the export of surveillance equipment to abusive regimes, Access Now, Amnesty International, and Reporters Without Borders said, after leaked documents revealed that several EU countries, particularly Sweden and Finland, are pushing for weakening human rights protections in relation to European export controls of surveillance technology. The leaked documents were published earlier today by digital rights reporters at and Reporters Without Borders.

The current EU system fails to hold European governments and companies to account. It is devastating to see that protecting the privacy of individuals and safeguarding freedom of expression around the globe are not on the list of priorities of the Council of the EU,” said Lucie Krahulcova, Policy Analyst at Access Now. “These leaks reveal that while the EU talks the talk on human rights in public, behind the scenes, member states are secretly ready to trade in their obligations to protect human rights defenders for the sake of business interests. They would give businesses free rein to sell to abusive governments technologies which can tap into the communications and whereabouts of those who speak up against them,” said Nele Meyer, Senior Executive Officer at Amnesty International’s European Institutions Office.

Commercially available surveillance technology is used by governments around the world to spy on activists, journalists, and dissidents. “The willingness of some countries to go on with business as usual by supplying despotic regimes with tools to abuse human rights is shocking. Jamal Khashoggi’s death has highlighted the level of pressure and surveillance endured by journalists. The EU must end the sale of tools which are used to spy on, harass and arrest journalists. These technologies threaten the safety of journalists and their sources and thereby force them into self-censorship,” said Elodie Vialle, the head of Journalism and Technology desk at Reporters Without Borders (RSF).

Amnesty International, Privacy International, Access Now, and Reporters Without Borders are urging member states to ensure that surveillance technology will only be exported if the sale complies with solid human rights criteria.


After surveillance technology was used to clamp down on Arab spring protests, international civil society organizations and EU parliamentarians called for a meaningful overhaul of export controls to prevent that EU companies provide repressive governments with the technology to abuse rights. In 2016, the European Commission proposed reforms to the current export control system – the Dual Use Regulation – intended “to prevent human rights violations associated with certain cyber-surveillance technologies.” The documents leaked today reveal how several member states are consistently watering down the human rights protections which the Commission and the Parliament proposed.

Amnesty International, Privacy International, Access Now, and Reporters Without Borders were among the NGOs advocating for the strengthening of several of these protections, including: strengthened human rights protections, greater scope to cover new surveillance technologies, greater transparency, and protections for security research. Many of these reforms were reflected, in some form, in the proposal adopted by the European Parliament in early 2018.

For the revision to come into effect, the three EU institutions must find agreement on a final text through inter-institutional negotiations called trialogues, once member states within the Council attain a joint position. As the leaked internal documents from the German government and EU Council show, a group of member states toppled the so-called catch all clause, a crucial safeguard requiring companies to inform the Commission in cases where they identify human rights risks linked to their surveillance exports.

Currently, a growing group of member states – led by Sweden and Finland – is tackling another central element of the reform, a list of surveillance technology for which a licensing process would be mandatory. Legislators are working under a tight timeframe – if the revised regulation is not adopted by early 2019, it risks being delayed by at least another year due to the forthcoming EU elections. The next negotiations in the Council will take place in November 2018.

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This article was originally published by Amnesty International on October 29th 2018. It was republished, with permission, under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0 International License, in accordance with the Terms & Conditions of Amnesty International | Formatting Edits and leaked documents added by Rogue Media Labs