An anonymous reader writes with this Daily Dot story about an accidental leak of user info from Cryptome. Cryptome, the Internet's oldest document-exposure site, inadvertently leaked months worth of its own IP logs and other server information, potentially exposing details about its privacy-conscious users. The data, which specifically came from the Cartome sub-directory on Cryptome.org, according to Cryptome co-creator John Young, made their way into the wild when the site logs were included on a pair of USB sticks sent out to a supporter.
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