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Securing your data over an encrypted line
|Type of Event:||Workshop|
|Cost:|| 0 EUR0 $ |
|Attendees:|| Azunix, Lala, The metalgamer|
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|Contact Person(s):||prometheus (mail)|
|Keywords:||OpenVPN, VPN, Tunnel, OpenSSL, SSL, Networking, Security, Encryption|
|Where:||Hackerspace, Strassen (11, rue du Cimetière, L-8018 Strassen, Luxembourg)|
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OpenVPN is a free software that implements virtual private networks techniques to tunnel data from one end to another and similar scenarios. OpenSSL is a free software implementation of the SSL/TLS protocol and an essential element of OpenVPN.
- OS: GNU/Linux or MacOS X
Note: If there is no possibility for attendees bringing their own computer(s), please let me know. There are enough computers / notebooks in syn2cat that can be used.
 Facts about OpenVPN
 Workshop Flow
- Why should I encrypt my data?
- What scenario does fit?
- What is OpenVPN and what role does OpenSSL play?
- Designing Directory Tree
- Setting up a CA
- Setting up Sub-CA's
- Generating Certificates
 Configuration Files
 Server Config
 Client Config
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