GlobaLeaks is a project aimed at creating a secure and anonymous Whistleblowing platform.
You can read our Guidelines for Whistleblowing Initiatives for GlobaLeaks adopters as a non technical user to plan and organize your whistleblowing initiative.
It's possible to read about the functional and technical Architecture of GlobaLeaks.
Here the you can access the Changelog detailing Feature improvements and bugfixes.
We want to help organization willing to setup a Whistleblowing Initiative for good purposes, we do recommend to follow our GlobaLeaks Fast Track Program to follow a workflow of work together to get your GlobaLeaks quickly up & running.
GlobaLeaks is an Open Source software released under Free Affero GPL License.
GlobaLeaks makes use of a plethora of selected Open Source Software. For the list of software used in GlobaLeaks refer to Open Source Software.
The following sections represent GlobaLeaks documentation:
The following documents are the technical and operational corpus for setting up a GlobaLeaks based Whistleblowing Site by someone with basic Linux knowledge:
Listed in the following are the documents relevant to the GlobaLeaks security and anonymity protection:
The first thing to look at, in order to understand the jargon used across the project, is the Glossary. To get a deeper understanding of GlobaLeaks' architecture you should read the Architecture Document. For a general understanding of the project at large, you can read the GlobaLeaks Project Plan
To setup the build environment you need follow the Setting Up GlobaLeaks Software Development
You can subscribe to the following mailing lists to stay in touch:
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In GlobaLeaks we make use of a set of Cloud Services and of an own Linux Server to manage various stuff related to the project.
This section describe our own infrastructure. Please note that we do not accept leaks or submission and this infrastructure is only used for the project development.
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Last edited by Giovanni Pellerano,