Whistleblowers go here – Feilner IT secret file drop.

Do you have something to share with us? Something, that others don’t want us to know but that journalists should see and that should be published? Here’s Feilner IT’s secure file drop – a service run by ownCloud Infinite Scale (OCIS). Scroll down for the password.

Markus Feilner and his team have been doing investigative journalism for decades, and without whistleblowers from politics, corporations, NGOs and other realms many articles would not have been possible. Thanks to all those that have trusted in our capabilities, tools and workflows, stories like the one about the Bundestags Hack or Dataport Phoenix or the many articles on the Luca App desaster ([1], [2], [3], [4], [5], [6], [7], [8], [9], [10], [11]) would not have been possible.

How to share stuff with us:

Please follow advice and guidance from professionals when sharing classified documents with us. Please make sure you are using a fresh TOR session or any other kind of VPN that reliably removes most of your traces on the road. Even though we enjoy journalist’s protections and do not track or log, we cannot guarantee that data centers on the way and software flaws might deface your IP when submitting. The Intercept has a good list of best practices.

The Feilner IT secure file drop is powered by ownCloud and runs on ownCloud Infinite Scale and can be found here.
(Password z4&jWT^5Yp,7) .

Please note: All files in this directory will be deleted within 4 weeks. Easily remembered as: securedrop.feilner-it.net