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Saturday, April 29 • 20:00 - 21:50
Cryptoparty, Penguicon Edition

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This event will cover everyday encryption for the general public. Learn to protect your hard drive's data, browse the web anonymously, encrypt your email, and more in this hands-on workshop. Absolute beginners are welcome. We will have volunteers on hand to provide you with software and help you learn to use it. Bring your laptop along to get the most from hands-on activities in this session.

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Dave Crypto

A2 Cryptoparty
Part of A2 Cryptoparty ( http://a2crypto.party ) and always happy to share knowledge about privacy and security!
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Daniel Dugan

Bioinformatician, Genomenon
I got into Penguicon in 2015 through e-nable. I work for a startup. I do weird things in and around Michigan. I have an awesome daughter. I make stuff.
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John Gallias

Research IT Technical / OS Programmer Senior, Self
An educated, experienced, and easygoing information technology administration professional. Able to quickly and effectively articulate complex and important decisions affecting mission-critical operations with an emphasis on security. Genuinely, morally, and passionately believes... Read More →
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Rose Howell

Software developer, eyeo GmbH
Interested in security (especially network security), privacy, Python, Defcon, Germany, CCC, applied cryptography, Linux, lockpicking

Saturday April 29, 2017 20:00 - 21:50 EDT
Computer Lab [TC's]