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saikrishna21 [What?]
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-"Organise organically and chaotically. Have no clear leadership. Urge people to take on a  leadership role." 
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 ==== What? ==== ==== What? ====
 +**Attend a Cryptoparty in Hyderabad!** \\
 +**Learn to secure your digital services and communication channels** 
 +{{ :cryptoparty-hyderabad-poster.png?860 |}}
  
-**Learn to secure your online communication!** \\ +Governments around the world are greatly increasing their surveillance of the Internet. Alongside loss of the private sphere, this also represents a clear danger to basic civil liberties. The good news is that we already have the solution; Encrypting communications makes it very hard, if not entirely impossible, for others to eavesdrop on our conversations. The bad news is that crypto is largely ignored by the general public, partly because they don't know about it, and partly because even if they do, it seems too much trouble to implement. (Text stolen [[https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20121009/06132920660/cryptoparty-like-its-1993.shtml|here]])
-**Attend Cryptoparty in Hyderabad!**+
  
-Governments around the world are greatly increasing their surveillance of the Internet. Alongside a loss of the private sphere, this also represents a clear danger to basic civil liberties. The good news is that we already have the solution. Encrypting communications makes it very hard, if not entirely impossible, for others to eavesdrop on our conversations. The bad news is that crypto is largely ignored by the general public, partly because they don't know about it, and partly because even if they do, it seems too much trouble to implement. (Text stolen [[https://www.techdirt.com/articles/20121009/06132920660/cryptoparty-like-its-1993.shtml|here]]) +**So let's go and have a party, and teach each other how to use Crypto!** 
- +==== Where ==== 
-**So let's go and have a party, and teach each other how to use crypto! +Organizer: Swecha, a NPO aimed to promote Free Software. [know more:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Swecha]\\ 
-**+Address: Swecha office, Beside Centre for Good Governance, Greenlands colony, Gachibowli 'X'Roads, Sherilingampally, Rangareddy Dt.\\ 
 +OS Maps : https://www.openstreetmap.org/node/1623389255
  
 ==== Who? ==== ==== Who? ====
  
-**Everyone is invited!** Do not hesitate to join, even (or especially) if you don't use crypto at all. **Don't forget to bring your Laptop and/or smartphone!**+**Everyone is invited!** Invite your friends, colleagues and family. Let's party together.\\ 
 +This would be more of like a friendly and informal gathering.\\ 
 +Do not hesitate to join, even (or especially) if you don't use secure technologies at all. 
  
 ==== Logistics ==== ==== Logistics ====
  
-== What to bring == +=== What to bring === 
-  * Laptop and/or smartphone +  * Desire to learn about secure communications (mandatory! :D)
-  * Desire to learn about secure and private communications (mandatory! :D)+
   * Expertise, to share with others (if possible)   * Expertise, to share with others (if possible)
 +  * Laptop and/or smart phone
 +=== Food and Drinks === 
 +  * Snacks would be served.
  
 === Communication === === Communication ===
-  * IRC: irc://irc.oftc.net/#osdg-iiith +  *  IRC: irc://irc.oftc.net/#cryptoparty 
-  * Twitterapp.net, etc: #cryptoHyd+  * Hashtag: #CryptoParty | Mentions: @swechafsmi  
 +  * Pad for wild ideas:Plinks, ideas, etc: https://pads.ccc.de/cryptohyd 
 + 
 +==== Agenda ==== 
 +=== Aim === 
 +Help make mass surveillance of entire populations uneconomical! We all have a right to privacy, which you can exercise today by encrypting your communications and ending your reliance on proprietary services. 
 + 
 +=== Syllabus === 
 +All the syllabus for Cryptoparty is listed here: https://prism-break.org/en/ 
 + 
 +=== Schedule ===  
 +09:30 - 10:00 Registration \\ 
 +10:00 - 11:00 Networking Session \\
  
-== Agenda ==+11:00 - 12:00 Surveillance[30 min] and Data Privacy[30 min] \\ 
 +12:00 - 13:00 Lunch \\ 
 +13:00 - 14:00 Cryptoparty part A \\ 
 +                 
 +  
 +              * Browsing Security 
 +                  * Browser security 
 +                      * Tor/Firefox 
 +                      * Secure Browser Add-ons 
 +                  * Password Management & Authentication 
 +                      * 2 step verification & Free OTP 
 +                      * Password Safe 
 +                  * Web search 
 +                      * Duck Duck Go 
 +                      * Unbubble 
  
-(this is just a proposal, we can do whatever the participants feel to do and learn!)+              * Secure Chats 
 +                  * Text 
 +                      * Cryptocat 
 +                      * Thunderbird 
 +                  * Voice 
 +                      * Signal 
 +                  * Video 
 +                      * Jitsi 
 +                      * Mumble 
 +              
  
-  Introduction +14:00 - 15:00 Cryptoparty part B \\ 
-  Webbrowsing +              Email and IM Security 
-    TOR +                  Web based email  
-    Browser security +                      Riseup 
-  Password +                  Email clients  
-    why and how? +                      Thunderbird 
-  Email +                      K-9 
-    email service provider +                  Mail encryption 
-    Email clients (thunderbird) +                      Enigmail 
-    Mail encryption +                      GNU Privacy Guard 
-  Secure Chats +              
-    Jabber +15:00 - 16:00 Cryptoparty part C \\ 
-    OTR +              Social Networks and Productivity 
-    Cryptocat+                  Social Media 
 +                      Diaspora 
 +                      GNU Social 
 +                  Collaborative Docs 
 +                      * Hubzilla 
 +                      * Cryptopad 
 +==== Party Ends ====               
 +Discussion starts on how to take this concept of crypto-parties to different colleges, communities in a way to educate as as many people as possible about cyber security.