Wikileaks, the site which caused a furore some years ago by releasing documents and data which were classified by governments of respective nations seems to be back at it.
Wikileaks is owned by wikimedia network and the site has re-launched a beta version that is accepting anonymous files starting today. The notorious site intends to regain its reputation as a secure site for people looking to share information of political and historical significance
Its editor in-chief of wikileaks Julian Assange, continues to live in asylum at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London
The site was went down Five years ago and now they claim to be back with updated and upgraded identity securing measures for whistleblowers.Even though the exact measures aren’t known, the site claims to be secure for whistleblowers, according to engadget.