News

Release Announcement

SecureDrop 1.3.0 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of SecureDrop 1.3.0. Changes that sources, journalists, and administrators should be aware of are summarized in this blog post. A complete list of changes can be found on GitHub. Read More

Pre-Release Announcement

SecureDrop 1.3.0: Pre-Release Announcement

The release of the next version of SecureDrop, 1.3.0, is scheduled for Tuesday, May 12, 2020. We will send out another notification through this blog, Twitter, and the support portal when the release is live. Changes that journalists and administrators should be aware of are summarized in this blog post. … Read More

Interest Article

COVID-19 Advisory: SecureDrop and Remote Work

Current WHO recommendations for social distancing due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic may make it difficult for organizations to check SecureDrop. The Secure Viewing Station (SVS) is typically stored in a secure and centralized location, which may not be accessible to journalists working remotely.Your workplace might already have Business Continuity Plans and work-from-home security guidance relevant to this scenario. The following recommendations are specific to the usage of SecureDrop in a distributed environment and should complement these policies. Read More

Release Announcement

SecureDrop 1.2.2 Released

We are announcing the release of SecureDrop 1.2.2, a bugfix release. Changes that sources, journalists, and administrators should be aware of are summarized in this blog post. A list of changes can also be found on GitHub. Read More

Interest Article

Piloting SecureDrop Workstation for Qubes OS

In March, Freedom of the Press Foundation will begin to pilot SecureDrop Workstation for Qubes OS with select news organizations. The goal of the project is to make the SecureDrop experience more intuitive, and to decrease the time-on-task for journalists, without compromising security. Read More

Release Announcement

SecureDrop 1.2.1 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of SecureDrop 1.2.1. Changes that sources, journalists, and administrators should be aware of are summarized in this blog post. A complete list of changes can be found on GitHub. What’s new in SecureDrop 1.2.1? For sources Bugfix: The Source Interface no longer displays … Read More

Security Advisory

Security Disclosure: Configuration Error on SecureDrop’s Translation Platform

The SecureDrop project uses a self-hosted installation of Weblate for translation into supported languages. On Sunday, an independent security researcher reported a Weblate misconfiguration through our bug bounty program. Read More

Release Announcement

SecureDrop 1.2.0 Released

We are pleased to announce the release of SecureDrop 1.2.0. Changes that sources, journalists, and administrators should be aware of are summarized in this blog post. A complete list of changes can be found on GitHub. Read More