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 ====== The CyPurr Collective ====== ====== The CyPurr Collective ======
  
-==== CyPurr Sessions ====+==== CyPurr Sessions: Man-In-The-Middle and Me! ====
  
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 Worried that the WWW has you in its Web? Overwhelmed by indiscriminate surveillance, digital harassment, or security leaks of personal identification? You are not alone! Worried that the WWW has you in its Web? Overwhelmed by indiscriminate surveillance, digital harassment, or security leaks of personal identification? You are not alone!
  
-Join the CyPurr Collective for a cryptoparty today. We’ll talk about easy steps you can take to secure your data, like password managers and two-factor authentication, and tools you can use to protect yourself from surveillance. Depending on everyone’s interests, we can go into more detail on the workings of Tor or PGP and best practices for using them safely. Since digital security affects all of us in different ways, we believe each of us has something to contribute to the conversation—everyone is welcome. Bring your laptop or device, or just come to listen and learn.+This month we will be focusing on ways to prevent folks from getting in the middle of our super private internet interactionsAn agenda for this week's program:
  
 +  - Current events!
 +  - Red v. Blue (Encryption Game)
 +  - Man-in-The-Middle and You!
 +  - Mini Workshops
 +      - Intro to Tor and VPN
 +      - Safe Browsing and You!
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 +Join the CyPurr Collective for a cryptoparty today. We’ll talk about easy steps you can take to secure your data, like password managers and two-factor authentication, and tools you can use to protect yourself from surveillance. Depending on everyone’s interests, we can go into more detail on the workings of Tor or PGP and best practices for using them safely. Since digital security affects all of us in different ways, we believe each of us has something to contribute to the conversation—everyone is welcome. Bring your laptop or device, or just come to listen and learn.
  
 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza or Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum, or B41 bus. The Info Commons lab and other parts of the library (including bathrooms) are wheelchair accessible. 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza or Eastern Parkway/Brooklyn Museum, or B41 bus. The Info Commons lab and other parts of the library (including bathrooms) are wheelchair accessible.