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|Has description=Space for anyone working with a CERT, CSIRT or similiar organisation for "face-to-face" discussions after one year of digital contact. Defenders only, spies will be ratted out to their primary antagonist.
 
|Has description=Space for anyone working with a CERT, CSIRT or similiar organisation for "face-to-face" discussions after one year of digital contact. Defenders only, spies will be ratted out to their primary antagonist.
|Related to Assembly=Infuanfu
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|Orbit of=Cluster:Open Infrastructure Orbit
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|Related to Assembly=Infuanfu, Hackerspaces.org
 
|Has assembly tag=CERT, CSIRT, freedom of communication
 
|Has assembly tag=CERT, CSIRT, freedom of communication
 
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|Arrival and build up=Likely day 0.
 
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We can easily share space with infuanfu due to overlapping attendees. We bring a large monitor (TV) to display bots fighting bots and entertaining novelty tablecloth.
 
We can easily share space with infuanfu due to overlapping attendees. We bring a large monitor (TV) to display bots fighting bots and entertaining novelty tablecloth.
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please cluster us with hackerspaces.org and infuanfu
 
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The internet. It is a tough job to keep it safe, and and even tougher job to find people who'll keep it that way. Working in shifts, working overtime, listening to an ever growing volume of complaints per minute, we fight crime, spies and the assorted riff-raff. While others feel threatened by people who use "the wrong linux" our opponents are criminals who own enough cocain to provide snow for the winter olympics even if it would take place in the sahara as well as the neverending supply of smelly minions herded the likes of mr. clapper (and everyone else who hates freedom -unless it is their own, of course).
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The internet. It is a tough job to keep it safe, and and even tougher job to find people who'll keep it that way. Working in shifts, working overtime, listening to an ever growing volume of complaints per minute, we fight crime, spies and the assorted riff-raff. While others feel threatened by people who use "the wrong linux" or "the wron editor" our opponents are criminals who own enough cocain to provide snow for the winter olympics even if it would take place in the sahara as well as the neverending supply of especially smelly minions herded by the likes of mr. clapper (and everyone else who hates freedom -unless it is their own, of course).
  
This assembly is for for CERT, CSIRTs and like-minded organisations. It provides a way to discuss projects furthering the freedom of the internet and not have it digress into a pile of ads, fridges fighting light-bulbs fighting microwaves.
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This assembly is for for CERT, CSIRTs and like-minded organisations. It provides a way to discuss projects furthering the freedom of the internet and not have it digress into a pile of ads, fridges fighting light-bulbs fighting microwaves and spies spying on spies.

Latest revision as of 18:38, 26 December 2017

Website https://www.cert-verbund.de/, http://circl.lu/, http://cert.ee/
Contact stefan@zankapfel.org

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Description Space for anyone working with a CERT, CSIRT or similiar organisation for "face-to-face" discussions after one year of digital contact. Defenders only, spies will be ratted out to their primary antagonist.
Members Jaan
Projects create project
Self-organized Sessions Experience in dissecting malware
Subassemblies
chaos competence center Cluster:Open Infrastructure Orbit
Related to Assembly Assembly:Infuanfu, Assembly:Hackerspaces.org
Tags cert, csirt, freedom of communication
Registered on
Provides stage no
Location for self-organized sessions no
Orga contact stefan@zankapfel.org
Brings Networking Equipment (less than 50 Watt)

Computer (less than 50 Watt) Large Screen to show simulated CYBERwar (50 Watts)

Projects Cyberfreedom from the oppressor(s)

International Cooperation OpenSource Defense

Uses money no money handling
Need fibre yes would be great
Extra Power {{{Extra power}}}
Near passage definitively not
Character of assembly just a gathering space
Seats needed 20
Extra seats 0
Aread needed 0
Arrival and build up Likely day 0.

We can easily share space with infuanfu due to overlapping attendees. We bring a large monitor (TV) to display bots fighting bots and entertaining novelty tablecloth.

please cluster us with hackerspaces.org and infuanfu

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The internet. It is a tough job to keep it safe, and and even tougher job to find people who'll keep it that way. Working in shifts, working overtime, listening to an ever growing volume of complaints per minute, we fight crime, spies and the assorted riff-raff. While others feel threatened by people who use "the wrong linux" or "the wron editor" our opponents are criminals who own enough cocain to provide snow for the winter olympics even if it would take place in the sahara as well as the neverending supply of especially smelly minions herded by the likes of mr. clapper (and everyone else who hates freedom -unless it is their own, of course).

This assembly is for for CERT, CSIRTs and like-minded organisations. It provides a way to discuss projects furthering the freedom of the internet and not have it digress into a pile of ads, fridges fighting light-bulbs fighting microwaves and spies spying on spies.