The portal WikiLeaks has published many secret information in the past,
T he revelation WikiLeaks has (such as via the short message service Twitter announced) published nearly 300,000 emails to the Turkish ruling party AKP. Given WikiLeaks shared a link that leads to a kind of search engine on its website. On the page, users can browse the messages using keywords and phrases.
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Cyber-attack on the server
Through an all-day attack on the infrastructure of the server on which the messages are stored, managed WikiLeaks expose the e-mail traffic from 2010 to June 2016th So it was announced beforehand on Twitter: “It seems as if we had won the all-day cyberwar. The ACP-mails appear shortly. “A total of 294,548 emails were captured from 762 mailboxes. Given the previous failed coup attempt in Turkey, the mail a large popularity. The page was blocked briefly late on Tuesday, but is now free again called. (With material of dpa.)