Brussels / 2 & 3 February 2019

schedule

UD2.218A


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 10:30 18:30 Decentralized Internet and Privacy
Sunday 09:30 16:55 Security
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday CANCELLED Open and federated identities with ID4me
An alternative to "sign in with Facebook"
Watching Them Watching Us
WebExtensions Exposing Privacy Leaks
Analysis of the behavior of mobile applications and its consequences for our privacy
Presentation and analysis of the work of Exodus Privacy
LibreHosters
A federation of networks for cooperation and solidarity through distributed platforms.
Onion adventures
how to use onion services and the Tor network in your web endeavors
Retroshare JSON API
Making libRetroshare a generic service for decentralized and private communication
The New Internet
let's talk about IPFS
Challenges With Building End-to-End Encrypted Applications - Learnings From Etesync The right to data portability (and why it's a very bad idea)
How the RGPD leads to the DTP and why DTP is a dead-end
Enough: How journalism can benefit from free software Nextcloud
decentralize the way we sync, share and collaborate
Dark Peak Data Co-op
Sheffield Geeks Freeing Their Data
YunoHost
An essential building block for the decentralized Internet
Organisational Processes in Decentralized Software
roundtable open to decentralized software developers
ActivityPub panel
Sunday Open source software security testing
Crowd supported via bug bounty
TLS 1.3: what developers should know about the APIs Russian crypto algorithms in the OpenSource world
GOST crypto demystified
The new EU CyberSecurity Act
Or how to prevent the EU from becoming the worlds largest botnet honeypot
Tracking users with core Internet protocols
Enhancing privacy and performance the Internet
How to prevent cryptographic pitfalls by design USB borne attacks and usable defense mechanisms
Hardening built into the operating system without compromising on usability
No evidence of communication and implementing a protocol: Off-the-Record protocol version 4
Version 4 of OTR protocol
RecordFlux: Facilitating the Verification of Communication Protocols CHIPSEC on non-UEFI Platforms
Using CHIPSEC to harden firmware against attacks & exploits
Base64 is not encryption
A better story for Kubernetes Secrets
What are your users kubectl-ing into your Kubernetes cluster? Scale Your Auditing Events Fighting spam for fun and profit
the long road to SpamAssassin 4.0
Consistent PKCS#11 in Operating Systems
improving user experience and security in RHEL and Fedora

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  CANCELLED Open and federated identities with ID4me
An alternative to "sign in with Facebook"
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 10:30 11:00
  Watching Them Watching Us
WebExtensions Exposing Privacy Leaks
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 11:00 11:30
  Analysis of the behavior of mobile applications and its consequences for our privacy
Presentation and analysis of the work of Exodus Privacy
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 11:30 12:00
  LibreHosters
A federation of networks for cooperation and solidarity through distributed platforms.
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 12:00 12:30
  Onion adventures
how to use onion services and the Tor network in your web endeavors
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 12:30 13:00
  Retroshare JSON API
Making libRetroshare a generic service for decentralized and private communication
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 13:00 13:30
  The New Internet
let's talk about IPFS
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 13:30 14:00
  Challenges With Building End-to-End Encrypted Applications - Learnings From Etesync Decentralized Internet and Privacy 14:00 14:30
  The right to data portability (and why it's a very bad idea)
How the RGPD leads to the DTP and why DTP is a dead-end
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 14:30 15:00
  Enough: How journalism can benefit from free software Decentralized Internet and Privacy 15:00 15:30
  Nextcloud
decentralize the way we sync, share and collaborate
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 15:30 16:00
  Dark Peak Data Co-op
Sheffield Geeks Freeing Their Data
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 16:00 16:30
  YunoHost
An essential building block for the decentralized Internet
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 16:30 17:00
  Organisational Processes in Decentralized Software
roundtable open to decentralized software developers
Decentralized Internet and Privacy 17:00 17:30
  ActivityPub panel Decentralized Internet and Privacy 17:30 18:30

Sunday

  Open source software security testing
Crowd supported via bug bounty
Security 09:30 09:55
  TLS 1.3: what developers should know about the APIs Security 10:00 10:25
  Russian crypto algorithms in the OpenSource world
GOST crypto demystified
Security 10:30 10:55
  The new EU CyberSecurity Act
Or how to prevent the EU from becoming the worlds largest botnet honeypot
Security 11:00 11:25
  Tracking users with core Internet protocols
Enhancing privacy and performance the Internet
Security 11:30 11:55
  How to prevent cryptographic pitfalls by design Security 12:00 12:25
  USB borne attacks and usable defense mechanisms
Hardening built into the operating system without compromising on usability
Security 12:30 12:55
  No evidence of communication and implementing a protocol: Off-the-Record protocol version 4
Version 4 of OTR protocol
Security 13:00 13:25
  RecordFlux: Facilitating the Verification of Communication Protocols Security 13:30 13:55
  CHIPSEC on non-UEFI Platforms
Using CHIPSEC to harden firmware against attacks & exploits
Security 14:00 14:25
  Base64 is not encryption
A better story for Kubernetes Secrets
Security 14:30 14:55
  What are your users kubectl-ing into your Kubernetes cluster? Security 15:00 15:25
  Scale Your Auditing Events Security 15:30 15:55
  Fighting spam for fun and profit
the long road to SpamAssassin 4.0
Security 16:00 16:25
  Consistent PKCS#11 in Operating Systems
improving user experience and security in RHEL and Fedora
Security 16:30 16:55