Cryptoparty v1

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Cryptoparty v1

  1. 1. What is a CryptoParty CryptoParty is a decentralized, global initiative to introduce the most basic cryptography software and the fundamental concepts of their operation to the general public, such as the – Tor anonymity network, – public key encryption (PGP/GPG), and – OTR (Off The Record messaging). CryptoParties are free to attend, public, commercially and politically non-aligned events.
  2. 2. Why CryptoParty/Cryptography? ● ● When mass surveillance and data mining define our online lives, privacy and data protection acquire a whole new meaning. Citizens should be empowered to take informed decisions and resist such surveillance.
  3. 3. Some tools ● Lightbeam – To visualise how third parties track you when you access any website. ● Browser extensions – Do Not Track Me, HTTPSEverywhere ● Anonymous Browsing – TOR Browser ● Encrypted Emails – Thunderbird / PGP ● Password Management – Keepass ● Secure Operating Systems – TAILS
  4. 4. User Google's datacenter Internet
  5. 5. https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere
  6. 6. Do Not Track Me www.abine.com
  7. 7. Do Not Track Me www.abine.com
  8. 8. TOR Browser www.torproject.org
  9. 9. TOR Browser www.torproject.org Things to watch out for while using TOR – Internet speed might be reduced – Websites ask you to authenticate again – The last loop is unsecure
  10. 10. Encrypted Emails How emails work
  11. 11. Encrypted Emails
  12. 12. Encrypted Emails Things you need ● Email Client (Thunderbird // Claws etc) ● OpenPGP Steps to Encrypted Emails ● Setup your email client ● Generate your public and private key ● Publish your private key, if you prefer to. ● Encrypt outgoing emails using the receipients' public key ● Decrypt incoming emails using your own private key
  13. 13. Thank you Presentation by Surendran (@surendranb)

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