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Olexii, what’s your topic exactly about?
This is about CryptoParty: decentralized movement with the goal to pass on knowledge about protecting yourself in the digital space.
I will try to give general overview on what CryptoParty is, why would anyone care about privacy on the internet and what is common topics covered during CryptoParty.
For whom will it be a useful topic?
Anyone, actually anyone, no technical background is required.

About Olexii:
"I’m a programmer. I write code. Mostly I’m involved in Linux system programming. I like to think that I’m quite good in C++. Currently, privacy and anonymity on the internet is one of the topics on which I spend my spare time."
Olexii introduced some of us to CryptoParty last Summer (the first time in Ukraine, woah!), but it’s time to share the ideas with the wider audience.

Olexii, what’s your topic exactly about?
This is about CryptoParty: decentralized movement with the goal to pass on knowledge about protecting yourself in the digital space.
I will try to give general overview on what CryptoParty is, why would anyone care about privacy on the internet and what is common topics covered during CryptoParty.
For whom will it be a useful topic?
Anyone, actually anyone, no technical background is required.

About Olexii:
"I’m a programmer. I write code. Mostly I’m involved in Linux system programming. I like to think that I’m quite good in C++. Currently, privacy and anonymity on the internet is one of the topics on which I spend my spare time."
Olexii introduced some of us to CryptoParty last Summer (the first time in Ukraine, woah!), but it’s time to share the ideas with the wider audience.

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CryptoParty: Introduction by Olexii Markovets

  1. 1. Oleksiy Markovets oleksiy@m7s.org 3BCB 8D01 FFBA EBD3 AE08 79B8 C043 4EE6 0726 02B1
  2. 2. Software developer
  3. 3. a bit of paranoiac
  4. 4. a person a little bit concerned with privacy
  5. 5. CryptoParty: Introduction
  6. 6. aka
  7. 7. Filling a gap between real talks
  8. 8. Part1: What’s CryptoParty?
  9. 9. It’s all about spreading knowledge,
  10. 10. and having fun
  11. 11. public and free to attend
  12. 12. commercially non-aligned
  13. 13. global and decentralized
  14. 14. Practical skills over theory
  15. 15. Basic crypto tools to masses
  16. 16. Part2: Why would one care?
  17. 17. “I’m boring person, doing boring stuff”
  18. 18. “I have nothing to hide”
  19. 19. “Why would anyone try to hack me?”
  20. 20. Right...
  21. 21. Would you disclose your FB password to a stranger?
  22. 22. Crypto is fun
  23. 23. Recall ciphers you made up in school
  24. 24. Military grade toys, this time
  25. 25. msg protected against NSA (aka surveillance bastards)
  26. 26. Impress your GF by being cool Hacker
  27. 27. Party is fun
  28. 28. Call your friends
  29. 29. Order pizza
  30. 30. Grab some beer
  31. 31. Meet new friends
  32. 32. Watch classic movie about Cyberspace
  33. 33. Like “Hackers”...
  34. 34. … the old one, from 1995 ...
  35. 35. … with young Angelina Jolie ...
  36. 36. (she was damn hot in her 20s)
  37. 37. Now getting serious
  38. 38. No privacy means No free speech
  39. 39. No free speech means No freedom
  40. 40. “Will never happen in my country”
  41. 41. “Not in 21st century”
  42. 42. Turkey blocks* twitter/facebook /signal/etc
  43. 43. China and The Great Firewall
  44. 44. Russia and Roskomnadzor
  45. 45. North Korea goes without saying
  46. 46. Corporate Surveillance
  47. 47. Private data used in targeted marketing
  48. 48. Another reason to care
  49. 49. Edward Snowden
  50. 50. aka
  51. 51. Citizenfour
  52. 52. aka
  53. 53. The whistle blower
  54. 54. Big brother is actually watching you
  55. 55. So if you are activist ...
  56. 56. … fighting for freedom of Tibet ...
  57. 57. … or maybe a journalist ...
  58. 58. … especially if you are journalist.
  59. 59. Last but not least
  60. 60. When you need to protect your privacy ...
  61. 61. it’s already too late to learn
  62. 62. Part 3: Common topics
  63. 63. [PGP/GPG]
  64. 64. aka
  65. 65. E-mail encryption suit
  66. 66. aka
  67. 67. Your entry point to privacy
  68. 68. Built in 1991, uncrackable till now
  69. 69. [Tor]
  70. 70. aka
  71. 71. The Dark Web
  72. 72. aka
  73. 73. The Anonymity Network
  74. 74. When you need to beat censorship
  75. 75. [Bitcoin]
  76. 76. aka
  77. 77. Crypto currency of the dark web
  78. 78. aka
  79. 79. What you pay for illegal services
  80. 80. Independent currency of future
  81. 81. [OTR]
  82. 82. aka
  83. 83. Encryption for instance messaging
  84. 84. aka
  85. 85. PGP with Blackjack
  86. 86. Forward secrecy
  87. 87. Deniable authentication
  88. 88. [Tails]
  89. 89. aka
  90. 90. All you need to go underground
  91. 91. Boot with USB stick, leave no trace
  92. 92. Stateless* - no persistent spyware
  93. 93. Pretty good integrity
  94. 94. All the toys included
  95. 95. Probably easiest way to start with Tor
  96. 96. Encrypted persistent storage
  97. 97. Perfect cold storage for your
  98. 98. Master gpg key
  99. 99. Bitcoin savings
  100. 100. Airgap mode
  101. 101. [Passwords]
  102. 102. aka
  103. 103. Stop doing stupid things
  104. 104. Check Top of most common passwords
  105. 105. password, 123456, qwerty, dragon, baseball, sex, letmein, football, shadow, tigger, fuck, batman, ... - are not passwords
  106. 106. Don’t use same password for all services
  107. 107. Try generated passwords and use managers
  108. 108. Part 4: Where to start?
  109. 109. https:// cryptoparty.in
  110. 110. read “The CryptoParty Handbook”
  111. 111. read How-Tos
  112. 112. Learn why mass surveillance a problem
  113. 113. Educate yourself
  114. 114. Find help on mailing lists
  115. 115. Find nearest CryptoParty to visit
  116. 116. Find friends
  117. 117. Find place with Wi-Fi
  118. 118. Invite friends
  119. 119. Throw a Party
  120. 120. Drop me an email
  121. 121. AND FINALLY
  122. 122. Party like it’s 1984
  123. 123. and make surveillance bastards cry

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