[nSLUG] CryptoParty comes to Halifax
doherty at cs.dal.ca
Tue Jun 18 15:20:29 ADT 2013
The date, time, and venue have been changed, but they're now confirmed.
Location: The Hub (1673 Barrington St., 2nd floor)
Date & time: Thursday June 27th, 6:30-9pm
I'd love to have a strong turn-out the first time, to prove there's
enough demand to make this a regular event.
I'm planning on talking about web browser security and privacy, and
email encryption. If you'd like to bring a topic to talk about, I'd be
glad to share the spotlight.
The Hub has donated their space for free, asking only that we collect
donations to offset their costs, so if you do come, please bring
something to help out. I don't want to be a burden on this community
If you're on Twitter, follow @CryptoPartyHFX
Hope to see you there!
On 13-06-17 10:02 PM, Mike Doherty wrote:
> Hello all,
> I figured with the recent revelations and/or questions about what the
> NSA and CSEC are doing, it would be a good time to bring CryptoParty to
> If you've never heard of CryptoParty, it's pretty simple. It's a
> hands-on event designed to get privacy and security tools, especially
> cryptography, into people's daily lives. We'll come together to teach
> and learn about things like Tor, PGP, TrueCrypt, and OTR messaging. It's
> free to everyone, and non-threatening to beginners.
> CryptoParty is participatory, so if you can, I'd love to have some
> people from NSLUG help me with organizing and running this. If you can
> teach beginners how to encrypt a USB thumbdrive so they can securely
> transport sensitive documents, please come help out. If you can show
> people how to install the Tor browser bundle, we absolutely love for you
> to come run a session.
> But if you just want to come and learn, we'd be happy to have you.
> The first CryptoPartyHFX is tentatively Saturday June 29 2-5pm in the
> Dalhousie computer science building on University Ave. I hope to have
> confirmation on that by tomorrow, but I didn't want to wait to tell you
> folks about this.
> Hope to see you there!
> -Mike Doherty
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