London 19Oct2012

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Cryptoparty 2

Date: Friday 19th October, 2012

Time: 18:30 - 22:00

Schedule

The schedule is:

Note: Attendees get together in groups and rotate through different topics (45min per topic)

6:30pm Warm up Talk: ROT 13 Encryption
6:45pm - 7:00pm Welcome / Introduction
7:00pm - 8:00pm Parallel Workshops (Tor, PGP, GPGTools, Trucrypt, OTR, Anonymity Techniques)
8:05pm - 9:00pm Parallel Workshops (Tor, PGP, GPGTools, Trucrypt, OTR, Anonymity Techniques)
9:05pm -10:00pm Parallel Workshops (Tor, PGP, GPGTools, Trucrypt, OTR, Anonymity Techniques)
10:00pm Finishing up workshops
10:30pm Lightning Talks

Venue: Mozilla Spaces

Mozilla Spaces London (Keep posted - TBC)

101 St. Martins Lane (3rd Floor)

WC2N 4AZ

A look inside Mozilla’s new London co-working space

Google Maps & StreetView for 101 St. Martin's Lane

Nearest Tube: Leicester Square

Registration https://cryptopartylondon.eventbrite.com/

  • This will be a free event, but you will need to register your intention to attend, so that we can keep within the capacity limits of the venue.

How many people will use a pseudonym, perhaps something like Charles Farr ?

Cancelling Tickets?

Existing free ticket holders - please notify us via info@CryptoParty.org.uk if you cannot make it to the CryptoParty as you hoped, so that we can allocate a place to people on the Waiting List.

What to bring with you

  • Your Eventbrite printed ticket, or at least the ticket reference number - we expect the event to be fully subscribed, so unless you can impress our Social Engineering / Blagging experts, you won't get in without one.
  • An open mind
  • A sense of humour
  • Laptop computer and charger (at your own risk) ideally with a fully charged battery. There will be quite a lot of electrical power points and extension bars for recharging - N.B. you can still attend and learn useful things without your own individual laptop computer
  • SmartPhone and charger (at your own risk) ideally with a fully charged battery or spare batteries (remember to set this to silent or vibrate during the presentations)
  • Rainproof clothing / umbrella (check the weather forecast)
  • Food & Drink - we are commercially non-aligned so no commercial sponsorship
  • If you want to participate in the CryptoParty Bring & Swap session, to help to confuse your digital communications and transport data trails, then bring along some PrePaid Oyster Cards, free / cheap mobile phone SIM cards, cheap prepaid mobile phone handsets or just some free webmail or social media usernames and passwords etc. which you can swap with other attendees.
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