Plenty of ink has already been spilled about the Hacking Team's spectacular security meltdown, but why should the press have all the fun? WikiLeaks posted a searchable archive of over a million emails from the Italian IT firm last night, which means armchair sleuths can take a peek into the cloak-and-dagger world of selling spyware to governments with just a few clicks. Now obviously not everything contained in this hefty database is damning; lots of it just chronicles the day-to-day operations of a lucrative business. Every once in a while, you'll find something almost shocking in its mundanity, like this corporate email blast about restaurants in London that wound up in Hacking Team COO Giancarlo Russo's inbox. Still, there are plenty of juicier tidbits waiting for you if you keep a few keywords in mind.