Stratfor hack: what the forensics showed

Cryptome has uploaded Verizon’s forensic investigation of the Stratfor hack in 2011. Their investigation began in December 2011 and was concluded in February 2012.

You can read the report here (66 pp., pdf).

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2 comments to “Stratfor hack: what the forensics showed”

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  1. Classified - June 17, 2014

    You sure posting a confidential report is legal? VZ security may have other ideas.

    • Dissent - June 17, 2014

      I didn’t post the report or upload it here. I’m linking to it. As far as I know, that’s legal under Bartnicki.

      N.B.: By citing Bartnicki, I don’t mean to suggest that Cryptome obtained the file illegally. For all I know, someone in VZ or Stratfor could have leaked it to them. My point was that even if there was something illegal involved, media can still link to the file as it’s a matter of public interest and media had no involvement in anything illegal.

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