Monthly Archives: June 2011

June 2011 meeting recap

I know this post is a little late but we have been busy with other stuff, and my mom always said better late then never. Valdimir started us off with a fun demo of his magnetic card reader “vid below”, … Continue reading

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More Blacklist

Got this email from the kind people at Demand Progress: We’re forcing them to take our concerns seriously: Demand Progress members have sent more than 50,000 emails to Senators to urge them to oppose the Internet Blacklist Bill (the PROTECT … Continue reading

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Help 2600 Magazine Compile a List of Dates for their Hacker Calendar!

2600, the magazine familiar to many as a preeminent hacking quarterly, is publishing a calendar. While, according to the 2600 site, most calendars only mark holidays, 2600 intends to ‚Äúprovide as complete a guide to milestones in the hacker world … Continue reading

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Defend Online Anonymity – Set Up a Tor Relay

Got this in a email from the good people over at EFF: Dear Anarchy, We use Tor to access our website and to publish to our blog, which is blocked inside of our country. — Iranian human rights activist If … Continue reading

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