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 **What** : Sacramento'​s cryptoparty is a free social gathering for discussion of all things security. ​ We're open to all skill levels and interests and hope to teach the community about encryption and security basics. **What** : Sacramento'​s cryptoparty is a free social gathering for discussion of all things security. ​ We're open to all skill levels and interests and hope to teach the community about encryption and security basics.
  
-For our second cryptoparty, we will focus on both Off-the-Record (OTR) Messaging ​and email encryption. This includes a demo of using OTR chat, more signing of keys, and for those who do not have PGP keys, we'​ll ​yet again go over the basics of public key cryptography, ​setting up a mail client to use PGP, creating ​and signing ​keys+Our second cryptoparty will include:​\\ 
- +Off-the-Record (OTR) Messaging:  ​demo of OTR chat, and setting up an OTR-capable chat client to work with various instant messaging platforms (like Yahoo Messenger or IRC).\\ 
-Bring a laptop if you have one.  Spare Linux machines will be available to practice on if you don'​t. ​ Memory sticks or portable hard drives will help if you plan to use one of these.+- Email encryption:  ​for those who missed it last time, we'll go over setting up a mail client to use PGP, and cover key generation and key signing.\\ 
 +- Informal key-signing party
  
 You can get a head start with email encryption by installing these:\\ You can get a head start with email encryption by installing these:\\
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 - [[https://​enigmail.net|Enigmail]] - [[https://​enigmail.net|Enigmail]]
  
-For OTR messaging, [[https://​securityinabox.org/​en/​using_pidgin| follow this guide]] to get started.+For OTR messaging, [[https://​securityinabox.org/​en/​using_pidgin| follow this guide]] to get started, or try [[https://​securityinabox.org/​en/​Gibberbot_main|this]] for phones or tablets. ​ (Note: ​ "​GibberBot"​ is now called "​ChatSecure"​.)
  
-Bring picture ID if you'd like, so people can sign your keys.+If you'd like to participate in key signing, please bring picture ID.  If you already have a keyit helps to bring printed copies of your key fingerprint (such as the output of gpg-key2ps).
  
-Snacks and tasty beverages ​are encouraged.+Light snacks will be provided. ​ If you feel like bringing a snack or tasty beverage to share with the group, then you are awesome.
  
 Email richard [at] hackerlab.org or josh [at] hackerlab.org,​ if you have any questions or comments. Email richard [at] hackerlab.org or josh [at] hackerlab.org,​ if you have any questions or comments.