Wikileaks Insurance File

December 7, 2010 by staff 

Wikileaks Insurance File, Wikileaks tweet advising users to download a 2GB file from The Pirate Bay insurance “history.” The article has generated considerable buzz, and for good reason. Anything in the world does this file contains massive?

This is a phenomenal issue, and few people know how to respond. The contents of the file itself is encrypted AES-256, which would take hundreds of years for supercomputers to crack (supercomputers that we know, of course), and thousands (or millions) of years to decipher without using supercomputers.

One thing is to stop the world to know that insurance is the story: a password. This password is scheduled to be released if Wikileaks as an organization collapses and can no longer function effectively.

The few conversations I had on this subject seem to produce the same definition of insurance history: a wealth of secret documents to embarrass the governments of the world.

It is not in all cases, anyone help, because that is what Wikileaks was right along.

Maybe it’s time to throw the ball to you, readers, and discover what you think insurance is all about history. Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section.

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