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==Areas of Interest==
*Intros and what you're looking to get out of this cryptoparty
*Why security is important
*Split up into groups:
**Lastpass (password management)
**Threat modeling (eg; activists on the street)
*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!
==Gratuitous Link Dump==
*[How to Use Enigmail with Thunderbird https://securityinabox.org/en/thuderbird_encryption]
*[Frontline SMS http://www.frontlinesms.com/]
*[AppOps - permissions for Android https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.slvn.appops&hl=en]
The next Cryptoparty is '''Sunday''', December 15th at Sudo Room from 2-5pm!
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