CryptoParty SF II: Enciphered Boogaloo

March 23, 2013 -
2:00pm to 6:00pm
Langton Labs, 9 Langton Street, San Francisco, CA

CryptoParty is a worldwide series of adhoc and decentralized events aimed at spreading information and know-how about privacy, security, and encryption tools. Crypto tools can be opaque, and the concepts tricky, so CryptoParty exists to empower beginners and more advanced cypherpunks alike.

Following the fantastically successful initial San Francisco CryptoParty, March's Cryptoparty II: Enciphered Boogaloo is being held at Langton Labs, an ongoing experiment in creating and living based out of a former sign factory South of Market. We're putting together some great speakers, and planning even more time to get out your laptop and phone and actually get things working for you. There will be speakers, hacking space, free-time and busy-time, and double-free time.

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