Wikileaks Paypal Funds Released – Account Still Restricted

Paypal has been facing the brunt of the Anon after the company admitted to being browbeaten by the American government to block funds to Wikileaks. The company website has been facing extreme DDoS attacks from the Anonymous group called ‘Operation Payback‘. While http://paypal.com looks down still, www.paypal.com appears to have recovered at the time of … Continue reading “Wikileaks Paypal Funds Released – Account Still Restricted”

Wikileaks Facebook And Twitter Accounts Stay For Now

Wikileaks, the controversial not-for-profit group has been facing stiff resistance from governments worldwide. The site has already been banned in countries like China, UAE and has been shunned by companies like Amazon, EveryDNS and eBay. Yesterday we wrote about Wikileaks trying to keep their data alive by encouraging supporters to create mirror websites. The organization’s … Continue reading “Wikileaks Facebook And Twitter Accounts Stay For Now”

Wikileaks Mirror Websites Sprout By Hundreds After Organization Asks For Support

As you already know by now, the popular not-for-profit whistleblower website, Wikileaks has been pulled from the web following the publication of several controversial documents in recent times. While the organization has been maintaining several mirror sites themselves, that could prove futile considering that the group is facing resistance from multiple governments worldwide. Following this, … Continue reading “Wikileaks Mirror Websites Sprout By Hundreds After Organization Asks For Support”

Wikileaks Funding Squeezed – Paypal Blocks Wikileaks’ Access

Wikileaks has been going through a turmoil. Yesterday, EveryDNS – the company that offered DNS management service to Wikileaks blacklisted their website thereby bringing the whistle-blower website down. As we had noted, you can still get access to Wikileaks documents using one of the mirror websites. But tightening the noose further on the whistle blower … Continue reading “Wikileaks Funding Squeezed – Paypal Blocks Wikileaks’ Access”

Wikileaks.Org Down – How To Access WikiLeaks Website & Documents?

A day after Amazon shut down its servers to Wikileaks.org – the non-profit whistleblower website, the website’s DNS management provider EveryDNS.net has announced that they are terminating their service as well. While Amazon cited breach of terms for terminating their contract, EveryDNS has stated that other partner websites are facing increasing risks due to the … Continue reading “Wikileaks.Org Down – How To Access WikiLeaks Website & Documents?”