Apologies for the hiatus in blogging about the WikiLeakS.org soap opera, there are plenty of better things to do with limited resources.
We cannot be bothered to remember why the WikiLeakS.org front end web server was no longer hosted by PRQ Internet in Stockholm, leading to the use of dodgy Russian "bulletproof hosting" / cyber crime friendly ISP, whilst the main website ended up at WikiLeakS.ch, with the help of the pan-European Pirate Party (a genuine political party representing a minority of IT literate voters).
There were also experiments with Cloud Hosting suppliers like Amazon EC2 in Ireland and OVH in France, but WikiLeakS.org broke their terms of service and / or they succumbed to political pressure.
Whether the actual backend server(s) are still hosted by another Swedish ISP Bahnhof in a former nuclear war shelter is unclear.
However, WikiLeakS.org website and email system now appears to be back with PRQ Internet again, the ISP which hosted them during the dangerous-internet-freedom attack through the US Federal Court system, on their US Domain Name registrar, by the Swiss private bank Bank Julius Baer.
IP address: 126.96.36.199
Host name: wikileaks.org
188.8.131.52 is from Sweden(SE) in region Scandinavia
6 138 138 138 184.108.40.206 te-4-4-gblx.sto1.se.portlane.net
7 138 138 138 220.127.116.11 gi-1-15-i2b-demarc.sto1.se.portlane.net
8 249 141 141 18.104.22.168 -
9 139 138 138 22.214.171.124 sth-sln1-crdn-1-po-3-0-810.sitabinfra.se
10 141 141 141 126.96.36.199 cust-prq-nt.i2b.se
11 138 138 138 188.8.131.52 host-88-80-2-31.cust.prq.se
The return to PRQ Internet makes WikiLeakS.org less resistant to attacks on the DNS providers through the legal system or through Denial of Service attacks, since they only currently list the USA based DynaDot name servers:
Compare this to wikileaks.ch, which sports multiple DNS servers in multiple legal jurisdictions: