TorontoCrypto members can be found in the #torontocrypto channel on the OFTC IRC network. @TorontoCrypto is on Twitter, too. Join the TorontoCrypto Mailing List. Also visit the website: https://torontocrypto.org
None at the moment
Software Freedom Day
When: 10:00am to 4:00pm on Saturday 19 September 2015
Where: 120 Carlton Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Map
Organizer: LibrePlanet Ontario
Sponsor: Alleyne, Inc.
Website: Software Freedom Day Wiki - Toronto
I2PCon: Cryptoparty and Speakers
TorontoCrypto: Cryptoparty, the Pumpkin Spice Edition
When: 2:00pm on 23 November 2014
Location: 1266 Queen Street West, (Buzz Suite 6 or 12) Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Map)
Twitter: @HackLabTO and @TorontoCrypto
No RSVP required!
Our first CryptoParty this summer went great so we’re hosting our second one, codenamed Pumpkin-spice CryptoParty. The event will have small workshops each with an helpful instructor. Feel free to jump between stations.
Note: This event is FREE with all proceeds going to sustaining hacklab.to
Topics that will be covered:
- Secure web-surfing with Tor Browser Bundle
- Understanding Heartbleed: An introduction to SSL (HTTPS)
- Mobile phone security and how it affects you
More info at https://torontocrypto.org/
GTALUG: Crypto Night - Short Talks
- Bob Jonkman: Tor, The Onion Router
- TBA, too
Afternoon Tea with LibrePlanet-Ontario, TorontoCrypto and Ubuntu Canada
Venue Change: Now at Yueh Tung Restaurant!
Events in Toronto are converging to bring together three different organizations:
LibrePlanet exists to promote the use of Free Software in the communities of Ontario and to support individuals who wish to use or create Free Software. The goals are similar to those of the Free Software Foundation. Recently one of LibrePlanet-Brazil's organizers, Sergio Durigan Jr. moved to Toronto and is now helping organize LibrePlanet-Ontario. Let's show him a warm Canadian welcome
CryptoParty is a decentralized, global initiative to introduce the most basic cryptography software and the fundamental concepts of their operation to the general public. TorontoCrypto held a workshop on computer privacy and security software in July; let's practice those new skills by holding a GnuPG/PGP keysigning and extending the Web of Trust to the other organizations.
Ubuntu Canada, Toronto chapter
This weekend is the Ubuntu Global Jam, where the Ubuntu community unites to work together to improve Ubuntu. We've got some Ubuntu DVDs to give away; bring your laptop and try it out.
Everyone is welcome to Afternoon Tea, whether or not you're affiliated with LibrePlanet, TorontoCrypto or Ubuntu Canada.
Registration isn't required, but helps to plan the event: Register at Afternoon Tea on Ubuntu LoCo Team Portal or e-mail Bob Jonkman at firstname.lastname@example.org
What: Afternoon Tea with LibrePlanet-Ontario, TorontoCrypto and Ubuntu Canada
When: Saturday, 13 September 2014 from 3:00pm to 6:00pm (iCal)
Where: Yueh Tung Restaurant, 126 Elizabeth Street, Toronto, Ontario (upstairs) (Map)
Registration: Ubuntu Canada LoCo Team Portal or e-mail Bob Jonkman at email@example.com
- Time : 2:00pm to 5:00pm iCal
- Location : CSI Spadina
- Address : 215 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario Map
- Register (free) : https://guestlistapp.com/events/267834
This is a free event. Our aim is to educate users (our visitors) on utilizing intuitive privacy applications for their communications. Specifically, we will have stations setup for PGP, TrueCrypt, Tor Browser and Mobile Security. Visitors, with the assistance of our members, will run through simulations of these privacy applications.