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=December 2013=
 
=December 2013=

Revision as of 19:29, 16 February 2014

February 2014

Areas of Interest

  • Mobile security
  • Backups (especially photos)
  • Cyanogenmod
  • Threat Modelling
  • VOIP
  • Installing Linux
  • Installing Keypass
  • Running DNSSEC
  • Playing with alternative, secure email systems
  • Chat/OTR on Android

Agenda

  • Intros and what you're looking to get out of this cryptoparty
  • Why security is important
  • Split up into groups:
    • Mobile security
    • Lastpass (password management)
    • Threat modeling (eg; activists on the street)

Takeaways

  • GPG
  • Tails is hard to get running on my machine
  • TextSecure is easy!
  • Helped people set up secure chats, emails, and texting
  • Great one-on-one conversations
  • Learned a good deal about Keypass and got it running with help!
  • Learned about F Droid - an app store for procuring APKs without going through GOogle Play
  • Made a self-signed certificate and locked down CalDav
  • Threat modeling - we're not much better prepared than we were with Occupy. As an iPhone user, I'm pretty screwed no matter what. Need to talk to lawyers re: handing over keys and such
  • DNSSEC sucks! DNS is already terrible, but DNSSEC makes it worse! Clients don't use it, registrars don't accommodate it, and if you try to use it you're in for a headache.
  • The latest version of Cyanogenmod forces you to use their cloud for your contacts, which now must be sync'd with a cloud.
  • Suggestion: Cryptoparty Movie Night!
  • Suggestion: Linux Install Parties
  • Feedback: Splitting the group into "let's do this now" and general discussion was a great idea!

Gratuitous Link Dump

December 2013

The next Cryptoparty is Sunday, December 15th at Sudo Room from 2-5pm!

For this Cryptoparty, we will have handouts!

Agenda

Presentations (rolling; starting at 2pm):

  • History of Cryptography and Cryptoparties by Aestetix
  • How They Get You: A Survey of Attack Surfaces / Privacy Vulnerabilities for Users by Yardena
  • SecureDrop: An Open Source Whistleblower Submission System by Legind

Workshops (running in parallel):

  • PGP / E-mail Encryption
  • Browser plugins
  • Tails for activists
  • Metadata scrubbing

October 2013

(png) A flyer for hosting a cryptoparty at sudo room. Download source svg file.

NOTES FROM OCTOBER'S CRYPTOPARTY

The next Cryptoparty is Sunday, October 20th at Sudo Room from 2-5pm!

We'll be covering the following:

  • Get feedback from attendees about who they are, what they're interested in and what they want to get out of the event on that day.
  • Do introduction activity to have folks explain to each other who they are and why they're at cryptoparty
  • Use human barometer to determine different viewpoints and clusters on controversial and relevant topics.
  • Start with a basic introduction, accessible.
    • with LIVE EXPLOIT?! :D - Traffic Analysis of the local network as a demo, making it explicit
  • Workshop-based format, break into smaller groups.
  • Speed geeking
    • Thunderbird with PGP
    • Unconference-style project demos
  • Key-signing party
  • Invite folks to Aaron Swartz Memorial Hackathon

August 2013

Cryptoparty flyer.

the BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOL & sudo room

presents

WHAT IS INFORMATION

LIVESTREAM

YouTube LIVE Stream http://youtu.be/x3V1xv9XoE0

Google Hangout https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/691eaeb3b509844d46cf43c82af3e9ba4b37b6e1

Schedule

3-6pm: LIGHTNING TALKS, WALKABOUT, and DISCUSSION:

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  • (15:00) THREE PM Introduction
    • Emerging Technologies of Oppression and Liberation

by David Keenan (Bay Area Public School)

  • (15:15) THREE-FIFTEEN PM Understanding "Big Data"
    • Andrew (engineer)
  • (15:30) THREE-THIRTY PM WALKING INFOTOUR OF Oakland's NEW camera surveillance network / Domain Awareness Center
    • Becky Hurwitz, Emi Kane, Sarah Reilly, Salima Hamirani (security activists)
  • (16:10) FOUR-TEN PM Citizen Science: From Institutions to Community
    • Craig Rouskey (SUDO GETit Project)
  • (16:30) FOUR-THIRTY PM Creating a Network Commons: The Oakland Community Mesh Project
    • Marc Juul and Jenny Ryan (SUDO Room)
  • (16:45) FOUR-FOURTYFIVE PM Security Activism: What We Know Works, What We Know Doesn't, and What We Don't Know But Probably Should Know Better
    • Danny O'Brien (Electronic Frontier Foundation/EFF)
  • (17:00) FIVE PM PANEL DISCUSSION
    • Moxie Marlinspike (Open WhisperSystems/RedPhone)
    • Bill Budington (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
    • and the other attendees! This will be amazing

8:00 till 11PM : Summer School week CLOSING PARTY! DANCIN'! DRINX! FEATURIN' DJ Public Frenemy (Liam O'Donoghue!)

[LINK TBD]


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From David Brazil via Archives: http://lists.sudoroom.org/pipermail/sudo-discuss/2013-August/003476.html

[sudo-discuss] THIS SATURDAY, 8/31 : WHAT IS INFORMATION + DANCE PARTY @ 2141 ! (SUMMER SCHOOL 2013)

Dear Friends :

Please join us for the culminating session of SUMMER SCHOOL 2013 at the BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOL (2141 Broadway) :

WHAT IS INFORMATION (co-presented with Sudo Room)

an all-day session on information, privacy, surveillance & resistance !

We hope you will join us for what we expect to be a tremendous event !

Love & solidarity -- David Brazil (for the Summer School organizing committee)


From Jenny via Archives: http://lists.sudoroom.org/pipermail/sudo-discuss/2013-August/003471.html

[sudo-discuss] Cryptoparty + Lightning Talks, this Saturday at Sudo Room!

The last day of the Bay Area Public School / Sudo Room's weeklong Summer School program, Information Day kicks off with a 3-hour Cryptoparty starting at 12pm. We'll be showing people how to run Tor (anonymous browsing), set up private and public keys for authentication, use encrypted chat, and secure their phone calls. All skill levels welcome!

We'll conclude the evening with free drinks and dancing!

Sudo Room is located at 2141 Broadway St, two blocks from the 19th St Oakland BART. Curl left around the corner at 22nd - the entrance is on 22nd St. We'll be running from 12-6, so drop in anytime. Flier attached.

Come and party like it's 1984! :P Jenny

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