On New Year’s Eve, the news that a hacking group known as The Dark Overlord was threatening to release a cache of stolen insurance and legal documents related to the 9/11 attacks. After distributing a small preview set of files, the group has now publicly released a decryption key for more files, meaning anyone can download and read them.
This is where you can download them via torrent files,
9/11 Archive with the Layer containers, the torrent link is below:
SHA1 HASH: F4C18CF980648E9FBDAC55952F5F3485DBBA95F9
SHA-1 HASH: C00B9117F08EEBF261DA32DDAB8EC97AF382CE8F
SHA-1 HASH: 42C3DE7CAE57702A1ADA84FC396B7EAEBA84B925
SHA-1 HASH: 3D76610FECCF093250F39354DB70A704D47D241C
“We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: we’re financially motivated, and you (the public) has spoken to us in our language (internet money, specifically Bitcoin),” The Dark Overlord wrote in a message published Friday.
Twitter banned The Dark Overlord’s account on Wednesday. Reddit followed suit shortly after. In response, The Dark Overlord is now publishing its announcements on Steemit, a blockchain-based and harder to moderate platform. The Shadow Brokers, a self-described hacking group that released a slew of NSA hacking tools, used the same platform for their communications.
The stolen data itself allegedly comes from a legal firm that advised Hiscox Group, a Hiscox spokesperson previously told Motherboard in a statement. The previously released documents included presentation slide decks, legal correspondence between law firms, and letters from a handful of government agencies. 9/11 conspiracy theorists have been particularly interested in the release of the documents, with internet commenters and several conspiracy-minded YouTubers making videos saying that they hope they will somehow reveal a vast conspiracy around the attacks.