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SecureDrop is an open-source whistleblower submission system that media organizations can use to securely accept documents from, and communicate with anonymous sources. It was originally created by the late Aaron Swartz and is currently managed by the Freedom of the Press Foundation.

The SecureDrop documentation is now built and hosted by Read the Docs: https://docs.securedrop.org. If you are still trying to use links to Markdown files on our GitHub to read documentation, please update your bookmarks.

There are two versions of the SecureDrop documentation: stable and latest. The stable documentation is the default, and corresponds to the latest stable release of SecureDrop; therefore, it is the best version of the documentation for end users (Sources, Journalists, or Administrators). The latest documentation is automatically built from the latest commit on the SecureDrop development branch; therefore, it is most useful for developers and contributors to the project. You can choose to view a different version of the documentation by using the version picker shown at the bottom left of the screen.

Found an issue?

If you're here because you want to report an issue in SecureDrop, please observe the following protocol to do so responsibly:

How to Install SecureDrop

See the Installation Guide.

How to Use SecureDrop

How to Contribute to SecureDrop

See our contribution page

License

SecureDrop is open source and released under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.

Wordlists

The wordlist we use to generate source passphrases come from various sources:

Acknowledgments

A huge thank you to all SecureDrop contributors! You can see just code and documentation contributors in the "Contributors" tab on GitHub, and you can see code, documentation and translation contributors together here.

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