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Come exploring with us as we show you how to map out interconnections between computers, trace packet routes across network gateways, and find information about network operators. In this workshop all about the voyages of frames, packets, and segments, we use tools like nmap to send probes into cyberspace and tap into the wire with Wireshark to understand how they function. Details at https://techlearningcollective.com/events/2020/07/workshop-2020-07-14-exploring-cyberspace-network-sniffing-and-scanning
Come learn how the free Tor Web Browser can be your gateway to the Dark Web while simultaneously keeping you safer and your personal info more private as you browse web sites big and small. In this deep dive workshop on Tor, the Tech Learning Collective’s cybersecurity trainers will show you how to make the most of this widely available and free digital safety tool. Details at https://techlearningcollective.com/events/2020/07/workshop-2020-07-16-tor-what-is-it-good-for-absolutely-everything
Digital Security For Black Lives Every Friday at 1:08pm EDT on Twitch. https://www.cryptoharlem.live Have questions? write us during the event. we are also collecting questions here... SIGNAL: [masked] WHATSAPP: [masked] or anonymously install https://ricochetrefresh.net/ and write to: ricochet:sbqt36ilnl6mnfjd WE'RE BAAACK: Safety advisors, Matt Mitchell ( @geminiimatt ) and Sarah Aoun ( @sa0un ) , digging into digital safety best practices for protests, demonstrations, and this new post-covid world we are now living in. We can get you answers on technical things, digital safety, organizing, and knowing your rights with special guests each week. "The next stop is virtual 125th street". Friday June 12: we are joined by Frank Smyth ( @SmythFrank ) ,award-winning journalist, CEO, &founder of @GJSsecurity . He'll talk about the physical side of safety before we get into digital security best practices.Stay safe &secure. Take care of each other.
Learn how to make your own Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), automatically install software on the servers in your cloud, and write executable runbooks to automatically perform upgrades and other maintenance with the press of a button. With today’s modern automation toolkits, a two-person hobby project can outperform a 100-person company, as long as they use the right tools the right way. In this workshop, you’ll get a practical introduction to cloud infrastructure automation with tools like Ansible, Vagrant, and Terraform, and a chance to solidify your understanding of fundamental DevOps skills that every IT professional needs. Details at https://techlearningcollective.com/events/2020/07/workshop-2020-07-18-automate-all-the-things-a-primer-to-infrastructure-as-code