[cryptome] parts of Afghan Logs password (x.gpg or y.gpg)

  • From: lohmatii netizen <lohmatii@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Mon, 06 Aug 2012 17:00:05 +0400

"He would place the first tranche of data in encrypted form on a secret
website and the Guardian would access it with a user name and password
constructed from the commercial logo on the cafe's napkin."

"Assange took a paper napkin with the hotel’s name and logo and circled
various words. At the top he wrote, “no spaces.” By linking the words
together, Davies had his password"

"Assange had insouciantly circled several words and the hotel’s logo on
the Hotel Leopold napkin, adding the phrase “no spaces”. This was the
password. In the corner he scrawled three simple letters: GPG. GPG was a
reference to the encryption system he was using for a temporary
website." (WIKILEAKS: Inside Julian Assange's War on Secrecy)

Hotel Leopold, Place Luxembourg, Brussels (WIKILEAKS: Inside Julian
Assange's War on Secrecy)

2002-2010 Logo

LEOPOLD : Hotel Leopold Brussels ****

Current Logo

LEOPOLD : Leopold Hotel Brussels EU ****

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