[Noisebridge-discuss] GSM MITM detector assembly party
maltman23 at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 6 16:44:04 UTC 2017
I think there would be interest in your workshop at Noisebridge.
Would you be OK coming to one of our weekly Tuesday meetings? They're a really good way to introduce yourself to the Noisebridge community, to learn about Noisebridge, and gage interest in a new class/workshop/event. Our meetings are always open to everyone, always friendly, and you are always welcome. They're every Tuesday at 8pm.
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Sent: Sunday, February 5, 2017 1:40:09 PM
To: Ashley Wilson
Cc: NoiseBridge Discuss
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] GSM MITM detector assembly party
I am interested and think this would be a great thing to work on at NB.
On Feb 5, 2017 4:32 PM, "Ashley Wilson" <ash.d.wilson at gmail.com<mailto:ash.d.wilson at gmail.com>> wrote:
My name is Ash Wilson and I developed the open-source project SITCH (http://sitch.io), which is designed to detect man-in-the-middle attacks by alerting on topology changes in GSM networks.
I met some Noisebridge regulars a week or so ago at an EFF get-together and there was some interest in doing a hands-on assembly party for SITCH sensors. I'm also very interested in getting some user feedback... Until very recently, setting up the service-side was a little intimidating and I think a lot of good potential users just walked away because the setup was such an involving process.
I'm reaching out to ask permission to use the space, and to see if there's a broader interest in attending such a thing. The idea was to have everyone purchase their own parts and bring them to Noisebridge, and we would set up the environment together. Then everyone can run their own sensors at home, at Noisebridge, wherever. I've also got conference slides and other stuff I can present if there's interest.
What do you think?
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