|Contactfirstname.lastname@example.org, https://cccmz.de, http://31c3.cc|
|Description||Assembly is platform for introduction of miscellaneous projects of CCCMZ (erfa Mainz/Wiesbaden), focus are on crypto, PKI and applications of an own PKI in a hacker space. We show our crypto phone installation as part of eventphone project. Session regarding CAcert applications and DNSSEC/DANE experiences are planned.|
|Projects||Secure Way To Connect To EPVPN|
|Self-organized Sessions||create self-organized session|
|Related to assembly||CryptoParty, CAcert, Freifunk|
|Tags||it security, wiesbaden, mainz, crypto, voip, hackerspace, erfa, network, freifunk, cacert, pki|
|Registered on||17 September 2014 07:15:58|
|Location for self-organized sessions||yes|
|Self-organized session notes||CAcert assurance, applications for PKI workshop, DNSSEC and DANE, Raspberry as security device, Crypto telephone network|
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|Brings||Beamer, screen for beamer, ladder for beamer, 1-2 small servers, switch (PoE for Cisco phones) , access point/router for 126.96.36.199/24 and Freifunk (if possible), some SIP telephone sets. Cisco 7960 voip phones.|
|Assembly specification||1. All we want is some space for our group in the hackcenter., 3. We need something special or in between those options: Please specify in the field planning notes.|
|Planning notes|| We need a nearly white wall to show presentations with our beamer or location to set up screen for beamer.
@NOC: May be one dedicated VLAN for our phone network and one for our RIPE PI network 188.8.131.52/24. If this is possible we would like to set up our servers in NOC provided server location. We can provide a switch with VLAN support at our assembly.
Furthermore we need a parking facility for a delivery van (Mercedes Sprinter, long) at CCH campus from 26th to 30th.
Chaos Computer Club Mainz/Wiesbaden e.V. introduces its activities at our hacker space, our focus is on crypto technology and how to use it. We show real life crypto applications on smartcards, telephone and what a Raspberry can do on security.
We show how to use dnssec/dane to repair broken PKI concept.
- Operating a wiki connected via a world wide content delivery network and how to protect logins against that CDN.
- Running a crypto telephone network based on Freeswitch/Gemeinschaft5