Thanks for coming!
News and details about some follow up smaller CryptoParty software workshops are coming soon... so follow @cryptoadl on twitter for updates, or keep checking back here.
We'll also publish a page of links soon with software and services to start with. In the meantime, have a browse through the EFF's Surveillance Self-Defense.
If you're looking for a VPN, check this amazing VPN list by @ThatPrivacyGuy. Services are rated by 'Fourteen eyes' jurisdiction, logging, activism, configuration, availability, business practices, encryption, cookies & price. ++
CryptoParty Adelaide crew.
Archive of previous CryptoParty Adelaide events
- #1 at the State Library (23rd Sept, 2012)
- #2 at Majoran Distillery (27th June, 2015)
- #3 at Format Adelaide (13th October, 2015)
What happens at a CryptoParty?
Bring a laptop, smartphone or tablet and join us for an Adelaide CryptoParty. Open to all, learn about cryptography software such as Tor - The Onion Router, PGP - Pretty Good Privacy, Public Key Cryptography, VPNs - Virtual Private Networks and OTR - Off The Record messaging, as well as other helpful applications and tips.
The party will be opened by a friendly group of cypherpunks who’ll explain what cryptography is, and how it’ll help you protect your privacy on-line and avoid data retention. Then we'll follow up with an install festival where we’ll help you install and use the crypto software you’ve just learned about.
Pizza & drinks are provided, but feel free to BYO.
Email us at cryptoadl (at) riseup.net or use your favourite social network below.
If you'd like to make a donation to keep the CryptoParties going:
Code of conduct
The following is a list of advice for CryptoParty attendees in the hopes of keeping discussion seamless, informative and on point.
- TRY to listen and respect the moderator
- TRY to give explanations and avoid acronyms
- DON’T interrupt someone speaking
- DON’T preach about organization or affiliation: we don’t care
- DON’T infringe on a member’s privacy
- DON’T gloat about your technical prowess
- DON’T assume anyone knows what you’re referring to: explain yourself
- DON’T monopolize the conversation
- DO show respect for the women & men who grace us
- DO be courteous and excellent to each other
- DO be respectful of the venue of the meeting or event
Thanks to support from
CryptoParty Adelaide is completely run and funded by volunteers, so if you'd like it to continue, we need your help to run the next one!