[HacktionLab] Bristol Indymedia to close following police raid - Bristol Post article
mike at mbharris.co.uk
Tue Sep 2 16:07:43 UTC 2014
On 31/08/2014 23:57, penguin wrote:
> I don't believe this list is an appropriate place to discuss specific
> security matters about individual activist oriented sites, including
> ones into which where there seems to be reasonable evidence that there
> is an ongoing police investigation. I suggest people think at least
> twice about what they post in public forums (inc. this list) about
> this issue. I am also given to believe that Indymedia sites have their
> own forums in which such discussion topics might be welcome.
> That said, and based on the linked story, my heart goes out to all
> those involved in BIMC.
+1 G. As a moderator I respectfully request that we stop this thread.
> On 31/08/14 23:04, Alan Dawson wrote:
> > On Sun, Aug 31, 2014 at 10:10:57AM +0100, Mick Clearerchannel
> > wrote:
> >> *Anarchist website Bristol Indymedia to close following police
> >> raid *“Regretfully owing to an administration error by one of the
> >> techies all IP address details for the past 16 months were still
> >> stored on the server and these have been recorded by the
> >> police.”
> > There is no corroborating evidence regarding the 16 months IP logs.
> > I believe this to be disinfo ( though I have no direct knowledge
> > ). The only reference to the IP logs was a unauthenticated comment
> > at uk indymedia.
> > I'd be interested in finding out some details of the BIMC server.
> > Was Bytemark able to access it without the knowledge of BIMC ? Did
> > it have encrypted disks ? Was the site available over TLS, or just
> > plain text ? How did Bytemark exfiltrate the data from the site ?
> > Probably other stuff too...
> > Regards,
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