[Noisebridge-discuss] 32C3 travel gathering + PGP/OTR/Signal/Pond key verification party! Dec 12th, 17:00, Noisebridge
rubin at starset.net
Sat Dec 12 20:03:40 UTC 2015
Reminder this is tonight. Since I messed up the start time in the subject,
I'll be Noisebridging at 17:00. Please come help me drink my shame away.
On 24 November 2015 at 00:52, Rubin Abdi <rubin at starset.net> wrote:
> Thinking of going to Chaos Communications Congress and want to find some
> travel partners? Miss your friends from NOPE village at Camp? Got a PGP
> key you want to get signed? Trying to play that stupid game of key
> verification with all the other crypto protocols that never seem to work
> right? Have an itch to skinny dip a kiddie pool full of hackerspace made
> hummus and have a Pond Bond? Well you're in luck, because we're having a
> nerdy crypto get together party!
> 2169 Mission St, 3rd Floor
> 2 blocks south of 16th St BART station
> 19:00 - 21:00
> Bring your own beverage, and potentially share!
> Some notes on key verification and signing:
> - I'm too lazy to do that pre-share your key before the party thing.
> - Before attending print out your key fingerprints/hashes on paper, cut
> into slips to hand out to others with any extra contact info you want
> to put on there.
> - Folks are welcome to try to verify authenticity of identity whoever
> they want, but remember this is an anarchist in roots hackerspace
> and people do like to use synonyms. People who get huffy puffy over
> this fact of life will be asked to be excellent or gtfo.
> - With the above point in mind, we recommend folks use "caff" or "CA
> - fire and forget" to verify identity (because in the real world
> control of your email address is worth more than the government
> issued ink on your ID). You can read more about this method by
> Googling for "CA fire and forget", there's even a nice script to
> automate this process in the package signing-party.
> - As always remember that unless you're running self forged,
> hand built open source hardware and have audited every single
> line of code you're running, crypto is total bull shit and the
> only way to keep something private is to keep it in your head.
> Now drink!
> rubin at starset.net
rubin at starset.net
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