These two USBs contain the Cryptome archive of 17.5 years from June 1996 to December 2013. The archive contains about 79,000 files (~18.0 GB) published on Cryptome.org, its related sites and US Army INSCOM Dossiers of about 24,000 pages. Disk numbers derive from previous DVDs of the archive.

USB 1 Zipped File

Files

Size

Disk 1 01-Cryptome-org-13-0702-files.zipx

13,000

2.30GB

Disk 2 02-Cryptome-org-13-0702-directories.zipx

17,000

7.90GB

Disk 3 03-Cryptome-org-13-0702-eyeball-directory.zipx 13,400

1.95GB

Disk 3 04-Cryptome-org-13-0702-info-directory.zipx

19,300

1.85GB

Disk 3 05-Cryptome-org-13-0702-jya-directory.zipx

6,500

326MB

Disk 3 06-Cryptome-org-13-0702-cn-directory.zipx

1,000

72MB

Disk 3 07-Cryptome-org-13-0702-cartome-directory.zipx

2,200

150MB

Disk 4 08-INSCOM-Dossiers

112

1.81GB

Disk 4 09-Supplemental 3,400 1.60GB
USB 2
NYPD-WTC-Photos-Video 47 848MB
WikiLeaks Files 3 600MB
Cryptome Update July to December 2013 2,800 1.81GB

For the indexes below to link properly, unzip all the Cryptome.org files -- 01-07 -- from disks 1, 2 an 3 and the Cryptome Update into a single folder named "cryptome".

index.html (most recent)
cryptout.htm (next to most recent)
cryptomb33.htm

cryptomb32.htm

cryptomb31.htm
cryptomb30.htm
cryptomb29.htm
cryptomb28.htm

cryptomb27.htm
cryptomb26.htm
cryptomb25.htm
cryptomb24.htm
cryptomb23.htm
cryptomb22.htm
cryptomb21.htm
cryptomb20.htm
cryptomb19.htm
cryptomb18.htm
cryptomb17.htm
cryptomb16.htm
cryptomb15.htm
cryptomb14.htm
cryptomb13.htm
cryptomb12.htm
cryptomb11.htm
cryptomb10.htm
cryptomb9.htm
cryptomb8.htm
cryptomb7.htm
cryptomb6.htm
cryptomb5.htm
cryptomb4.htm
cryptomb3.htm
cryptomb2.htm
cryptomb1.htm

The 08-INSCOM Dossiers should be unzipped into its own folder "inscom," then use its index.html.

The 09-Supplemental files are not indexed and can be browsed.

This introduction and the Zipped indexes are also on each disk.

Offsite documents listed in the indexes are NOT included; their URLs link to the offsite sources.

There are a small number of files on architecture, art and urban design:

arch.htm

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For information on the web sites' underwriters and laborers, John Young and Deborah Natsios see a summary:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cryptome

Please report errors to: cryptome@earthlink.net.

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The web sites were initially set up in response to the Cypherpunks mail list beginning in June 1994. It is a learning kit gradually built up by contributions from countless individuals, most of them anonymous. Their generosity is very much appreciated.