Fresh from releasing snippets and samples of hacked AAPT data via Pastebin, axifile and bayfiles, the #OpAustralia crew has provided a single-source cache of material via their leaks site Par:anoiA (http://par-anoia.net/).
In addition to the existing material, mainly claimed to be derived from the various Queensland Government sites hacked a week ago, the Par:anoiA site now contains a new 34MB file called aapt.zip along with a new aapt folder, which appears to be a duplicate of the Pastebin material.
On cursory glance, the zip file appears to contain yet another copy of the Pastebin material along with copies of the larger files lodged on the axifile site.
Or perhaps not.
Like most outlets, iTWire has chosen to not make any detailed inspection of the data, beyond the cursory glance needed to confirm with some confidence in the veracity of it.
Judging by the various file names and sizes, this writer can only see around 300MB of data files in the released information - a far cry from the previously announced 40-odd GB.
Presumably there is much more to come.