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Re: [LUG] Cryptoparty workshop on February 1st at the Exeter Central Library


Hi Trevor

What is the url of the website ? please :-

Google comes up with

http://hackerspaces.org/wiki/E-Space suggests this is the website but
then clicking on the link in the text gives a word press page
"Apologies, but no results were found for the requested archive. Perhaps
searching will help find a related post.."


On 19/01/14 23:01, Trevor Sharp wrote:
> Now I know this is not a pure Linux item, or even Raspberry Pi-ish,
> but the Exeter Hackspace group, E-Space, are an interesting bunch and
> there are obvious cross-overs.
> So I thought I would pass on details of their next meeting, the second
> E-Space workshop is on February 1st, 10AM, Exeter Library.
> The event is open to all, and is intended to provide a basic practical
> introduction to cryptography. We'll be looking at PGP, XMPP/OTR,
> XMPP/Jingle/zRTP, AES for storing and sending files in a safe manner,
> tunneling over Tor and SSH and everything that they think you'll find
> useful.
> They regularly run pub nights every Friday. Basically, a chance to be
> social with other hackers and share ideas, in lieu of having an open
> space. They love to see stuff being demo'd, whether it's a cool
> software, interesting research or fun hardware. There's free wifi,
> which comes in very handy when you suddenly need to know exactly how a
> protocol works. The Farmers Union (Next to the clock tower, on Queen
> Street) are really cool about us being there, and have not minded
> people pulling apart braille laptops on the table, messing around with
> RFID gear, working on Arduino projects.. and I think someone once
> brought in a microcopter? As long as you're not doing anything
> illegal, disruptive or using tools other than a screwdriver (and we
> keep buying food and drink) they're cool.
> Run every Friday, from 6PM through to usually about 8, though
> sometimes longer if there's a bunch of people, or shorter if no-one
> turns up.
> Following the ServerHacking workshop, they've done a rebrand of all of
> the online materials to match. Now @e_spaceproject on Twitter,
> e-spaceproject on google groups, and a wiki at
> http://e-space.wikia.com. Most usefully an up to date website at
> http://espaceproject.org.uk, which also serves copies of the notes and
> presentations from our workshops.
> They're looking forward to the Exeter Library 'Fab Lab' hackerspace,
> especially since it looks like they'll be able to hire it for more
> hardware-oriented workshops. In the meantime, come to the Cryptoparty
> workshop on February 1st, bring anyone you know who could benefit from
> learning more about encryption, who you'd like to be able to swap
> encrypted data with or who you think might have fun! All ages welcome,
> it's a public event which won't cost you a penny - though you'll need
> a laptop and some other stuff - details on our website!




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