Saturday August 15th is your DC404 virtual meeting
The DC404 Big Blue Button meeting space is graciously hosted by DC404 member npcomp.
Big Blue Button is a WebRTC based open source video teleconferencing platform supported by all major browsers, including Chrome, FireFox, Safari, and Safari Mobile. For best results on desktop and laptops, Chrome or Firefox is recommended. For Chromebooks the built-in Chrome browser is recommended.
The meeting space will open at 13:00 on Saturday so that people will have time to connect and work out any technical issues.
The meeting will start at 14:00.
No registration or email address is required, just enter your preferred handle. To join the meeting from your browser use this link:
Andrew Mcelroy will be presenting:
The Challenges VPNs Face Today And Into The Decade Ahead
The challenges and threats are growing for VPN operators and their users starting with 50% hostile foreign country ownership of the entire consumer VPN market, followed by slow legacy protocols, a surprising amount of misconfiguration, the NSA’s announcement of TLS Break and Inspect risks in December 2019, and the emergence of viable Universal Gate Quantum Computers in the next 5 years. Thankfully, Post-Quantum Cryptography aka PQC will become mainstream in the next few years as NIST is in round 3 (finalist round) with 6 candidates and 6 alternates (three PKE/KEM and three digital signatures).
Andrew is a third-generation programmer who has been writing software for over 20 years. He is a prior president of the Nashville Linux Users Group and board member of Nashville 2600, founded two computer vision companies, a mobile app training company, and wrote part of the Dari Motion Health Platform which achieved FDA 510(k) clearance in 2018.
He is most well-known for version 2 of TryRuby.org. He is an inventor of three patents. Two are assigned to Punchh Inc and one (regarding decoy routing) is assigned to his current company AmbitVPN.com. Whenever he has a sliver of free time you can find him working on a software defined radio using call sign KK4HXE.
We will have time after the presentation for people to to share what they are working on. Your project doesn’t have to be complete and slides are not required (like show-n-tell).
We will be running the NetKotH CTF.
If you would like to play along in the CTF follow these instructions (http://koth.userserviceable.com/netkoth.html) and hack away with your favorite tools such as Kali Linux, Parrot Linux, or ArchStrike Linux.
More information about NetKotH can be found here:
Sorry, Atlanta LockSport will not be unable to host lock pick village hosted.
To find out more about Atlanta LockSport visit their web site at https://atlantalocksport.org/
You can sign up for the Atlanta LockSport email list and discord channel at https://atlantalocksport.org/contact.html
All ages/skill levels welcome. No dues, feel free to bring new friends.
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