Could Bank of America be the next WikiLeaks target? The Charlotte-based bank said Tuesday that it has "no evidence" that the organization known for revealing U.S. defense secrets has possession of one of its executives' hard drives. But interviews with WikiLeaks' founder suggested otherwise, sending the bank's stock shares to lows not seen since last year. In a Forbes magazine interview posted online this week, WikiLeaks' Julian Assange said his outfit plans a "megaleak" regarding a major U.S. bank in early 2011. The release includes tens of thousands of documents and would reveal unspecified unethical behavior, he said. Assange didn't disclose the name of the bank to Forbes, but he told Computerworld in October 2009 that his organization was "sitting on" five gigabytes of information from a Bank of America executive's hard drive. Bank of America issued a statement Tuesday as reports swirled online speculating Bank of America was the major U.S. bank in WikiLeaks' sites. "More than a year ago WikiLeaks claimed to have the computer hard drive of a Bank of America executive," spokesman Scott Silvestri said. "Aside from the claims themselves we have no evidence that supports this assertion. We are unaware of any new claims by WikiLeaks that pertain specifically to Bank of America." More... Isn't it a little stupid to say that Wikileaks is bluffing after they carried through on their promise on what is probably the biggest diplomatic leak in history?