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Silicon Valley Code Camp 2015

Agnew Kernalinux

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Agnew Kernalinux
Crypto and security enthusiast Agnew Kernalinux has been using GNU/Linux for over 10 years and has been helping businesses and individuals install GNU/Linux systems on workstations and servers for the past 5 years. He also enthusiastically uses crypto tools such as OTR, Tor, and GnuPG, and enjoys showing others how to use said tools. His customers, who dot the bay area, include piano teachers, parents of school children, a construction worker, IT professionals, graphic artists, animators, a bus dispatcher, a poetry professor, church event organizers, a carpenter, a lawyer, and a retired bodyguard.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Online Privacy Tools for Parents and Kids of all ages

    2:45 PM Sunday   Room: RD-312
    <p>This session will introduce parents and their children to trusted free software privacy tools such as Off-the-Record (OTR), Tor, The Amnesic Incognito Live System (TAILS), and GNU Privacy Guard (GnuPG).</p> <p>Since OTR, Tor, and GnuPG are free software, the user has access to all of their source code. This is an invitation for children to dive in and learn how the software works from the inside out!</p> <p>A tutorial will also be presented on how to write a shell script to randomize a laptop's MAC address each time the computer boots, and we will look at ways to prevent our computers from broadcasting their hostnames.</p>

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