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n activist group has published on Friday 269 GB of data they claim have been stolen from US law enforcement agencies and fusion centers.

The files, dubbed BlueLeaks, have been published by Distributed Denial of Secrets (DDoSecrets), a group that describes itself as a "transparency collective."

The data has been made available online on a searchable portal. According to the BlueLeaks portal, the leaked data contains more than one million files, such as scanned documents, videos, emails, audio files, and more.

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DDoSecrets claims the leaked files contain more than ten years-worth of files belonging to more than 200 police departments and law enforcement fusion centers from across the US.

According to DDoSecrets, most of the files are police and FBI reports, security bulletins, law enforcement guides, and more. Some of the files also supposedly contain sensitive and personal information, such as names, bank account numbers, and phone numbers.


RELEASE: #BlueLeaks (269 GB)

Ten years of data from over 200 police departments, fusion centers and other law enforcement training and support resources. Among the hundreds of thousands of documents are police and FBI reports, bulletins, guides and more.https://t.co/sWzdKc2VFc
— Distributed Denial of Secrets (@DDoSecrets) June 19, 2020



DDoSecrets claims it received the BlueLeaks data "courtesy of Anonymous," the infamous hacktivist group.

Most of the files listed on the BlueLeaks portal are labeled "Netsential.com Inc," a web hosting company based in Houston Texas.




KrebsOnSecurity reported earlier today that the National Fusion Center Association (NFCA), the central association representing all fusion centers across the US, confirmed the leak's authenticity in an internal security alert it sent to its members.

The NFCA said that after a preliminary analysis the data appears to have originated from the servers of Netsential, a web hosting provider for many US law enforcement agencies and fusion centers.

Fusion centers are associations that act as intermediaries and coordination centers between state and local law enforcement and federal US government agencies. Fusion centers are involved in training officers and relaying federal alerts, guides, and other instructions from the central government to local police stations and vice versa.

Users combing through the BlueLeaks data set over the weekend have already identified multiple security alerts and law enforcement guides shared by fusion centers as recent as June 4, 2020.

The alerts contained instructions and points of focus for US police forces involved in the Black Lives Matter protests in the US.


The FBI is watching all tweets regarding the protests, and sending them to your local police. #BlueLeaks pic.twitter.com/XJlUVocuGe
— elijah daniel (@elijahdaniel) June 20, 2020

#BlueLeaks remember always hide your tattoos and anything indicating who you are.. they are looking. Closely. Medics are marked as extremist because they are helping injured protesters. pic.twitter.com/s4YqiN6iUL
— ANONYMOUS (@supportanonLA) June 20, 2020

The FBI confirmed that racists are going to protests undercover to “incite riots” in order to “portray ‘Antfa’ as a bigger threat than it actually poses.”

tell that to @foxnews and their replay of protests turning violent #BlueLeaks pic.twitter.com/noXZuxooho
— z ♡ (@zoesalone) June 20, 2020

The DDoSecrets group has often been categorized as "an alternative to Wikileaks." The group's previous leaks have exposed major government corruption scandals across the world, and DDoSecrets' work has been cited in the New York Times, CNN, The Daily Beast, and other major publications.







Torrent here: https://ddosecrets.com/BlueLeaks.torrent
 
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I've actually spent a couple hours going thru this. (amount of time mostly came from slow loading times in the DB). There's def some wow-ing stuff in here, but I am interested to see if MORE juicy things appear because I wasn't wowed too much by what I could find.
 
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I've actually spent a couple hours going thru this. (amount of time mostly came from slow loading times in the DB). There's def some wow-ing stuff in here, but I am interested to see if MORE juicy things appear because I wasn't wowed too much by what I could find.
I've only made it through the ncric files so far. Mostly just SOP and case reports, but also a lot of personal (doxable) info. Even found some CC #s and pwd hashes.
 
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Well, just remember what happened to Barret Brown because of what he shared. Might not wanna publicly say what you find.
 
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I've only made it through the ncric files so far. Mostly just SOP and case reports, but also a lot of personal (doxable) info. Even found some CC #s and pwd hashes.

Def saw the doxable stuff. Many which included SSNs also