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[liberationtech] Oakland Cryptoparty This Sunday at 1pm

Matt Johnson railmeat at gmail.com
Fri Jun 14 08:04:24 PDT 2013


Eugen, I don't think MTA configuration will help the target audience
of the cryptoparties. I doubt many of them run their own mail servers.
I believe they are targeting end user client machines.

Of course you are right that many users will stop using it if it is
difficult. The idea of the cryptoparty, as I understand it, it to help
those users. This way more people learn how to use cryptography and
the the people who write the cryptography software may learn what is
difficult for end users.

Your dismissive attitude will not help, the cryptoparty might.

--
Matt Johnson

On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 12:56 AM, Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 12:11:34AM -0700, William Gillis wrote:
>> Now that everyone knows about the NSA isn't it time you tackled setting up
>> PGP?
>
> If it's not transparent, Johny User will eventually drop it.
>
> Before you do that, rather enable StartTLS on your mail
> transport agent (e.g. postfix). And then install email encryption
> gateways http://www.postfix.org/addon.html#security-gateway
> https://code.google.com/p/gpg-mailgate/
>
> After you have done that, you can turn to PGP/SMIME for end
> user MUAs.
>
>> Are you or friends you know looking to adopt bread and butter encryption
>> tools online and on your phone? Could you use folks to show the way, lend a
>> hand, answer questions, or offer explanations? Drop by Sudoroom (2141
>> Broadway, Oakland CA) between 1pm and 4:30pm this Sunday the 16th!
>>
>> The NSA leaks provide most folks with a rare impetus to slog though
>> installing and getting up to speed on the basics. If you can merely handle
>> showing random people off the street one-on-one how to download textsecure
>> from google's appstore, you're golden, we want you to come hang with us and
>> potentially save people's lives, certainly their privacy.
>>
>> Think impromptu demonstrations, one-on-one help and informal presentations.
>>
>> https://sudoroom.org/ai1ec_event/digital-security-workshop/?instance_id
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