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Day 1 – 8/21/19

11:00 AM–11:30 AM
12:00 PM–12:45 PM
CCC
schneider
Curie
Introducing you to card10, the 2019 camp badge, bio monitor, wrist worn POV device, and everything else your imagination comes up with.
12:00 PM–12:45 PM
Hardware & Making
Lukas "cube" Hannen
Meitner
Die CCC-family geht campen, das heisst der Knoten wird ausnahmsweise vom abstrakten mathematischen Konzept zur ganz realen Anwendung von Seil und Schnur. Was da alles schiefgehen kann, wo Knoten herkommen und wer sie verwendet wird hier kurz und knackig bearbeitet.
1:00 PM–1:45 PM
Security
Thomas Fricke
Curie
The talks shows the security model of Kubernetes and how to detect and fight security weaknesses with a few lines of scripting.
1:00 PM–1:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
JennyList
Meitner
Looking at the sorry saga of drone incident reports and drone-related airport closures in the UK, and shining a light on the woefully poor quality of official investigations, police response, and media reporting.
4:00 PM–4:45 PM
Art & Culture
Plusea
Meitner
In this talk i’d like to give an introduction to the materials, tools, skills and energies involved in making electronic textiles and tailoring wearable technology, which has been my practice for the past 13 years.
4:00 PM–4:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
Curie
Come and find out how digital rights will be impacted by the new European Parliament, European Commission and Brexit. In the process, get updates about the burning topics we are following in the EU institutions.
5:00 PM–5:45 PM
Security
Carsten Strotmann
Meitner
Seldom have DNS protocol changes sparked such fierce debate as happen in the case of DNS-over-HTTPs (Doh) and it's little cousin, DNS-over-TLS (DoT). While for many people it is a matter of black and white, the reality out there is various shades of grey ;) This talk will discuss the technical and political aspects of these DNS privacy protocols, where they come from, who is implementing DoH/DoT (both in the browser space and otherwise) and why it is a [good|bad] idea to support these protocol ...
5:00 PM–5:45 PM
5:00 PM–8:00 PM
6:00 PM–6:45 PM
Security
Egor
Meitner
Typical home networks use a closed-source Internet Service Provider supplied router/firewall and contain no restrictions on communications between clients within the network. The widespread deployment of network-connected appliances, control systems, lighting, etc, means that this design is insecure. This talk will cover the basics of networking, including why and how segregation of different types of network clients and traffic can be achieved to increase privacy and security.
6:00 PM–6:45 PM
Hardware & Making
Trammell Hudson
Curie
<a href="https://github.com/osresearch/spispy">spispy</a> is an open source hardware tool for emulating SPI flash chips that makes firmware development and boot security research easier. In this talk we'll discuss the challenges of interfacing on the SPI bus and emulating SPI devices, as well as demonstrate how to use it quickly debug issues with coreboot and how we used spispy to discover a critical class of TOCTOU vulnerabilities in secure boot systems like Intel BootGuard.
8:00 PM–8:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
Curie
EXTINCTION REBELLION (XR) ist eine schnell wachsende globale Graswurzel-Bewegung von Klima-Aktivist*innen, die mit gewaltfreien zivilen Ungehorsam einen radikalen Wandel herbeiführen möchte um die Risiken des ökologischen Kollaps und des Aussterbens der Menschheit zu minimieren. Wir bringen die Gefahr des Klimakollaps auf die Agenda, informieren die Öffentlichkeit, und üben Druck auf die Regierungen aus, den Klimanotstand auszurufen, und entsprechend angemessen zu handeln.
8:00 PM–8:45 PM
Hardware & Making
Jarkman
Meitner
I’ve made several interactive hackercamp installations over the years. I’ll talk about how they work, how they were made (generally very cheaply), about how people found ways to interact with them, and about what I’ve learned about experience design from them. And about where you can find the source code, obviously.
8:00 PM–9:00 PM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
In Songs from my analogue utopia I explore the self-organizing coordination dynamics of analog oscillators and the Utopian potentials of analogue communication. In analogue communication synchronization results from the mutual interaction of two or more processes, not a single process is dominating the other. It is in the mutuality where I see the Utopian potential of analogue communication. I undertake this exploration on the screen of an overhead projector where I place little motors driven by ...
9:00 PM–9:45 PM
Security
Meitner
We have learned that Math might be our last defence line against a real existing all-encompassing surveillance. One central challenge in this conflict is to combine authentication and anonymity. Number theory provides us many tools to create really surprising technologies for social communication. A lot of these technologies have not yet been brought to the world of concrete implementations. This has the implication that some ideas which have been presented years ago are not covered by patents ...
9:00 PM–9:45 PM
Hardware & Making
LaForge
Curie
It's tempting to buy a SDR device like a LimeSDR or USRP family member in the expectation of operating any wireless communications system out there from pure software. In reality, however, the SDR board is really only one building block. Know the limitations and constraints of your SDR board and what you need around it to build a proper transceiver.
9:00 PM–11:00 PM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
Fusion, Garbicz, CCC, Hamburg, Berlin, die Welt, ...
10:00 PM–10:45 PM
Security
Dennis Giese
Meitner
Remember the good old fun sport, where people bought random hard drives from ebay and did forensics on them? Did you know you can do the same thing with used IoT devices too? Most end-users have no idea what kind of information their devices are storing and how to securely clean their devices (if that even is possible). Lets explore together what the risks are and how we can extract that data.
10:00 PM–11:30 PM
CCC
Curie
Aus der Gruppe, die 1999 das erste Camp organisiert hat, reden Tim, Andre und Markus über die Verschmelzung von Open-Air- und Hacker-kultur.
11:00 PM–1:00 AM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
DJ Bosch aka Tobias is resident DJ at Multisex party happening at Ohm/Berlin. The Multisex party promotes clarity on the dance floor along with diverse music. Depending on the booking, they create different dancing moods with classy tunes that craft a pure and effective house, disco and techno sound. Multisex is an attempt to encourage non-verbal communication on the dance floor. The goal is to get people together while dancing free. Besides that Tobias is doing the lights here at the CCC Lounge ...

Day 2 – 8/22/19

1:00 AM–3:00 AM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
This newborn monniker allows a Berlin-based devil of a fellow to appear cleared from what he is usually known for. Therefore we will keep the secret, suffice it to say: he is happily exploring the harder, darker domains rather than ruling the sunset floors as we have seen him doing in places as Garbicz festival. Experts of the scene may a find a hint in the URL below.
3:00 AM–5:00 AM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
brick habe ich schon öfter auflegen erlebt als alle anderen Techno DJs. Das kommt daher weil ich Techno eigentlich noch nie besonders spannend fand. Zu kalt, zu monoton, zu sehr seiner reinen Funktionalität zugewandt. brick erfindet Techno nicht neu, aber er präsentiert ihn in einem wohl überlegten und angenehm temperierten Gewand. (Rudolf Mooshammer 2019 koloriert)
11:00 AM–11:45 AM
Ethics, Society & Politics
mynameisnotimportant / hambacher forst
Meitner
Seit 2012 ist der Hambacher Wald besetzt.
12:00 PM–12:05 PM
Meitner
A brief introduction to the CCCamp 2019 Lighning Talks session.
12:00 PM–12:45 PM
Art & Culture
obelix
Curie
Computer können Kunst erzeugen. Museen können Kunst ausstellten. Wie kann das zusammen kommen? Und welche Rolle spielen Community- und OpenSource-Gedanken darin? Der Vortrag ist die Geschichte eines Ausstellungs- und Bildungskonzeptes, welches auch von Hackern entworfen wurde.
12:00 PM–3:00 PM
12:05 PM–12:10 PM
Meitner
Food Hacking Base is moving on, here comes our sunny report.
12:10 PM–12:15 PM
Meitner
How to help users choose less bad passwords
12:15 PM–12:20 PM
Meitner
A walk through of how I implemented PAL analog color television using ffmpeg, GNU Radio Companion and the rad1o.
12:20 PM–12:25 PM
Meitner
Wie die Welt mit freier Software und offenenen Daten den ÖPNV revolutioniert.
12:25 PM–12:30 PM
Meitner
Can people who don't see in 3D hack how they see? Can we change the world by building a global citizen-science experiment to definitively find out?
12:30 PM–12:35 PM
Meitner
Mass participation civil disobedience to shut down the government, to achieve the emergency action needed to tackle the crisis.
12:35 PM–12:40 PM
Meitner
Linux package management in larger distributions (apt, rpm, …) is too slow. distri explores a faster approach to package management.
12:40 PM–12:45 PM
Meitner
Das Internet war mal exotisch und ist nun allerorten. Wie übersteht man als gemeinnütziger Internet-Verein diesen Wandel und was macht PING heute?
12:45 PM–12:50 PM
Meitner
We use QR-Codes to create Ground Control Points for drone photogrammetry. Just lay them down, take photos and our software will find them.
12:50 PM–12:55 PM
Meitner
Unifying capabilities of premultiplied- and straight alpha pixel encodings by dodging asymptotic and undefined behavior.
12:55 PM–1:00 PM
Meitner
What are educated ways to make the world better? Effective Altruism wants to find the answers.
1:00 PM–1:05 PM
Meitner
Lessons learned teaching IoT engineering to bachelor students at FHNW, an applied science university in Switzerland.
1:00 PM–1:45 PM
Security
Eileen Wagner
Curie
This case study of NoScript’s UX redesign showcases tried and true design principles that make security tools usable to a wider range of audiences.
1:05 PM–1:10 PM
Meitner
SUSI.AI is an Open Source voice assistant solution running on all kinds of platforms.
1:10 PM–1:15 PM
Meitner
Magically Create Text and Cliparts on LED Name Badges using Bluetooth
1:15 PM–1:20 PM
Meitner
I'll tell the story of a confusing statement by Ursula von der Leyen. Be prepared to be surprised.
1:20 PM–1:25 PM
Meitner
The debate on digital issues in the EU has a structural problem. DEEP is a new player in Brussels to address it.
1:25 PM–1:30 PM
Meitner
I asked children between 6 and 12 to draw the internet to better understand how future generations think about the internet today.
1:30 PM–1:35 PM
Meitner
Kitspace.org is a site that lets you share projects and lets you order complete kits of open source hardware electronics from various distributors
1:35 PM–1:40 PM
Meitner
Talk to introduce the problematic nature of preinstalled apps on low cost devices. Briefly covering the primary issues and proposed solutions
1:40 PM–1:45 PM
Meitner
Drawing for people who can not draw, but know how to code. Brief explanation (thru examples) of what OpenSCAD is and showing some example projects.
1:45 PM–1:50 PM
Meitner
A quick introduction of the concept of Neurodiversity and how it has been impacted by the internet and especially social media.
1:50 PM–1:55 PM
Meitner
What's the state-of-the-art in AI and Robotics, and how they get to be applied in real-life.
1:55 PM–2:00 PM
Meitner
Kurze Geschichten über den 10-jährigen Betrieb der Web-Event-Scheduling Software an der TU Dresden
2:00 PM–2:05 PM
Meitner
Kurzvorstellung des Technikkultivierungszentrums, einer gemeinnützigen GmbH als Dach für Freie Software-Projekte
2:00 PM–2:45 PM
Security
cy
Curie
i'll show how the average developer (like me) can secure their software and systems by automatically checking for known vulnerabilities and security issues as part of their CI-Toolchain. The Talk will introduce basic security knowhow, then show how you can use Open Source Frameworks to check for vulnerable dependencies, containers and (web-)APIs in a live demo
2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Music
Rockmore Booth
Berlin-based artist AEX delivers complex and catching ambient spheres. From warm and melodic explorations via a rather technical approach to darker layers of machine music, occasionally enriched by her voice, this young live act blends a dense weave of soundscapes, beats and repetitive bleeps. She has quite a special connection to the CCC: at the age of 15, her father took her to the congress in Hamburg, where she discovered her passion for technical informatics in which she dived deeply ...
2:05 PM–2:10 PM
Meitner
This movement tries to get as many websites as possible to show a “green out” page on September 20, motivating its users to join demonstration+strikes
2:10 PM–2:15 PM
Meitner
Pocket Science Lab is an Open Hardware and Open Source software project. We now support desktop PCs and have more instruments and robotic support.
2:15 PM–2:20 PM
Meitner
Ola Bini, privacy advocate and free software developer, was detained in Ecuador on April 11. Since then, a persecution has occurred against him.
2:20 PM–2:25 PM
Meitner
Establishing a secure runtime environment for untrusted scripts running on a critical infrastructure server.
2:25 PM–2:30 PM
Meitner
BMCs historically run proprietary firmware. I have started a project to document the hardware of HP iLO 3/4/5, so that we can write our own firmware.
2:30 PM–2:35 PM
Meitner
How I got into the backstage of one of the biggest concerts in Italy
2:35 PM–2:40 PM
Meitner
Climate change is happening. How can we as organizers lessen the impact we have with our events? Here are some ideas ...
2:40 PM–2:45 PM
Meitner
Wir möchten ein Open Hardware/Source Lasertagsystem bauen. In diesem Talk gebe ich einen kurzen Überblick über unseren Ansatz und Entwicklungsstand.
2:45 PM–2:50 PM
Meitner
A platform to bootstrap development environments to work on big open-source projects such as Firefox, Chromium... and the list is growing !
4:00 PM–4:45 PM
Hardware & Making
Paul Gardner-Stephen
Curie
Removing the barriers to making network independent mobile communications.
4:00 PM–4:45 PM
Security
phils
Meitner
In the last year, a group of researchers and some industry people at the IETF decided to join forces and design a replacement of the BSD Socket API. This talk gives an overview about why the BSD Socket API is considered harmful for the Internet's future and how TAPS tries to solve this problem. Besides the facts, also gives some hints about how standardisation at the IETF works and why all this takes so long…
5:00 PM–5:45 PM
Hardware & Making
Nicole Faerber
Curie
Motivation and challenges building a mobile phone that respects your freedom, privacy and digital rights - and is hackable. This talk will present a summary of a two year journey, which is still ongoing.
5:00 PM–5:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
Brusda
Meitner
An informative and lighthearted overview of contemporary Chinese online culture
5:00 PM–8:00 PM
Music
Rockmore Booth
Seinen Freunden ist Marcus Kestner unter vielen Namen bekannt. Einer davon ist „Der Schrauber“, der nicht nur von seinen Skills in Sachen Technik und Handwerk herrührt, sondern auch von seiner Art der Musikproduktion. Seit kurzem veröffentlicht er jedoch unter seinem neuem Pseudonym Kaubl und spielt auch die ein oder andere Platte aus der Sammlung dem geneigten Publikum vor.
6:00 PM–6:45 PM
Hardware & Making
oshie
Curie
Mobiltelefone hinterlassen aufgrund ihrer Funkaktivität in der Umgebung vielfältige Spuren, die von entsprechendem passiven Equipment aufgespürt und verarbeitet werden kann. Doch um tiefer in die Kommunikation zu schauen, braucht es aktive Netzwerkomponenten – sogenannte IMSI-Catcher oder Stingrays, die den Kontakt zu ihren Zielen direkt suchen und Informationen austauschen. Doch wenn sich solche hinterhältigen Basisstationen auf die Lauer legen, müssen sie sich zu Erkennen geben – und ...
6:00 PM–6:45 PM
Art & Culture
Nadja Buttendorf
Meitner
In den letzten 2 Jahren habe ich mich in meiner künstlerischen Arbeit mit der Computerherstellung in der DDR beschäftigt. Technikproduktion in der DDR war durch Planwirtschaft und dem COCOM-Hochtechnologieembargo besonderen Bedingungen unterworfen. Entlang der künstlerischen Ausseinandersetzung möchte ich in dem Vortrag ein Bild über Ostdeutsche Computertechnologie nachzeichnen.
8:00 PM–8:45 PM
Security
Tobias Zillner
Meitner
During an independent security assessment of several pacemaker vendors multiple lethal and highly critical vulnerabilities were found. Based on previous experience with one specific vendor a new way of monetising vulnerabilities has been chosen. After going public a huge discussion on vulnerability disclosure ethics and responsibilities began. The stock value of the affected vendor dropped by 2 billion dollar just in one single day. The security researchers got discredited and a huge lawsuit was ...
8:00 PM–8:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
Erich Moechel
Curie
Europol und die nationalen Polizeibehörden laufen Sturm gegen die neuen Überwachungsstandards, die im „European Telecom Standards Institute“ (ETSI) gerade für die 5G-Netze entwickelt werden. Die Telekom-Industrie hatte die Strafverfolger im ETSI überstimmt. Es sei "jetzt wichtig, politischen Druck“ auszuüben, "um die Definition des Standards noch zu beeinflussen“, heißt es in einem internen Schreiben von Anti-Terror-Koordinator Gilles de Kerchove an den EU-Ministerrat. Konkret will ...
8:00 PM–10:00 PM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
Hello there, I am Piet 24 years old and hobby DJ. I like to meet new people and exchange ideas. Besides, I administrate global DNS servers professionally. In my spare time everything revolves around people and music. If you want to get to know me, talk to me, I am a very open person.
8:00 PM–11:00 PM
Music
Rockmore Booth
Hypnorex from Sportbrigade Sparwasser
9:00 PM–9:45 PM
Security
Akat1 Majorana
Meitner
Battle of making the NetBSD better software by leveraging anykernels
9:00 PM–9:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
Jillian C. York
Curie
Increasingly, governments are moving to impose regulatory measures that would require the removal of extremist speech or privatize enforcement of existing laws. But all too often, these regulations infringe on human rights. What should societies be doing to counter extremism while ensuring the rights of the vulnerable are preserved?
10:00 PM–10:45 PM
Security
Meitner
Almost every microcontroller features firmware readout protection. It aims at securing the code, algorithms, and cryptographic keys against unauthorized access. Despite datasheets are promising strong security, our research shows that this is often far from being true. In this talk we want to shed light onto the "why?" and especially "how?" we approach the security testing of such protection mechanisms. Furthermore, we will talk about our attempts, discussions, and hassles from the vulnerability ...
10:00 PM–11:00 PM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
irq7 is a so called "chiptune-artist" who spend a lot of time using old computer-hardware like Gameboys, Commodore-computers and other gadgets to produce a new kind of music. Cheesy melody's and bumping beats are building dance-tracks, which are not only interesting for fans of retro-sounds. The songs are somewhere between Electro, Breaks, Drum & Bass and oldschool Chiptunes.
11:00 PM–12:30 AM
Entertainment
Meitner
<p>Eine Mischung aus einem Vortrag und einer Spiel- und Lernshow rund um die Datenschutz-Grundverordnung, die spielerisch Wissenswertes rund um Datenschutz und die Datenschutz-Grundverordnung vermittelt – anhand von tatsächlichen Beratungsanfragen und Datenpannen-Meldungen, die tagtäglich bei den Aufsichtsbehörden eingehen. Im Stil der Spielshow „Der Große Preis“ stehen Kandidaten Rede und Antwort zu skurrilen Fällen und heiß diskutierten Problemen rund um Datenschutz, technischen ...
11:00 PM–1:00 AM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
Barbara Wimmer tritt unter dem Namen Shroombab seit 1998 als Drum&Bass-DJ auf. Sie hat in 28 Ländern der Welt und mehr als 600 Clubs und auf zahlreichen Festivals gespielt.Zudem hat sie Veröffentlichungen auf mehr als zehn Labels - von ihrem Heimatland Österreich, bis hin zu UK, DE und den USA.

Day 3 – 8/23/19

1:00 AM–3:00 AM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
My philosophy: Sharing means caring – knowledge is growing when its shared.
3:00 AM–5:00 AM
Music
Kemistry Lounge
Clear Memory member, future record store owner and Data Wrangler based in Leipzig. Transforming Breaks, UK Bass, Footwork, bossy Electro and Jungle into another format with the intent of making it more appropriate and valuable for a variety of listeners.
12:00 PM–12:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
Stefan Pelzer
Meitner
Polizeiwache mitten auf dem Festival? Wasserwerfer? Räumpanzer? WTF?? dachte sich da auch das Fusion Festival. Der Kampf gegen die absurden Pläne von Polizeipräsident Nils Hoffmann-Ritterbusch konnte zum Glück gewonnen werden. Und ist ein Lehrstück dafür, dass zivilgesellschaftlicher Druck eben doch Berge versetzen kann. Wir lassen Drohungen, Protest und Absurditäten aus diesem Lehrstücks gemeinsam Revue passieren. Und ja: es darf gelacht werden.
12:00 PM–12:45 PM
Science
ruedi
Curie
Erfolg der kryptographischen Währung Bitcoin, zu einer der meistdiskutierten "neuen" Technologien entwickelt. Der sehr schnelle Aufstieg von Bitcoin hat viele Problemstellungen zum verteilten Vertrauensmanagement, dem Energieverbrauch und dem Schutz der Privatsphäre von interessanten Forschungsfragen zu wichtigen Herausforderungen für eine nachhaltige wirtschaftliche und gesellschaftliche Entwicklung werden lassen. Wir diskutieren, wie wir mit recht überschaubaren mathematischen ...
1:00 PM–1:45 PM
Security
JaGoTu
Meitner
In Microsoft Active Directory, computers also have their accounts. We used to consider them useless when they turned up during pentests, but recent research showed that successfully relaying a machine account can actually lead to completely owning the machine. This talk will explain the foundation of such attacks and end with a demonstration of how a non-privileged domain user can get SYSTEM privileges on remote machines.
1:00 PM–1:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
florian
Curie
The little known International Health Regulations are Earth's last defence line against world-wide health risks. I discuss how they would perform during a Zombie Apocalypse.
2:00 PM–2:45 PM
Art & Culture
Tatiana Bazzichelli / Disruption Network Lab
Meitner
Presenting the Disruption Network Lab programme in Berlin, we will connect the debate on surveillance and whistleblowing to a cultural framework, analysing the influence of whistleblowing in empowering both experts and non-experts. A talk with Tatiana T_Bazz Bazzichelli and Lieke Ploeger / Disruption Network Lab.
2:00 PM–2:45 PM
Security
GeKo
Curie
The Tor Project is building usable free software to fight surveillance and censorship across the globe. In this talk we'll give an update on what we have been up to in the past months, what happened in the wider Tor ecosystem, and what lies ahead of us.
2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Music
Rockmore Booth
YJ-Heimi ist YouTube-Jockey und Heimleiter der Restrealitaet, Zwetschki einer der beiden Macher der Nation Of Gondwana . Spielen die beiden im Duett, kommen so technische Anforderungen wie Luftschlangentröte und Kinderrassel. Und weil auch ein Mikro auf dem Tech Rider steht, wird nicht nur musikalisch kein Auge trocken bleiben. Im Spannungsfeld zwischen gutem und schlechtem Geschmack treten Joy Division gegen Juliane Werding an, Slime und die Scorpions verbrüdern sich, Johnny Rotten zerlegt ...
4:00 PM–4:45 PM
Security
Simeon
Meitner
Ein automatisiertes Gebäude ist schön, komfortabel und praktisch. Doch das wäre nicht Thema für einen Vortrag beim CCCamp, wenn es nicht einige gravierende Schwachstellen in den Bussystemen gäbe. Der Vortrag bietet eine Einführung in die Funktionalität von vernetzten Gebäuden am Beispiel des KNX Standards. Ohne dass ihr großes Vorwissen benötigt, berichte ich euch von Sicherheitsproblemen und möglichen Lösungsansätzen zur nachträglichen Steigerung der Sicherheit solcher ...
4:00 PM–4:45 PM
Ethics, Society & Politics
Matthias Monroy
Curie
Mit neuen Verordnungen und Richtlinien wachsen in der Europäischen Union weitere Datentöpfe heran. Internetanbieter sollen außerdem Inhalte entfernen und Telekommunikationsdaten auf Verlangen herausgeben. Auch der Kreis der Zugriffsberechtigten wird deutlich erweitert. Ganz legal könnten sogar US-Behörden bald in Europa Abhören dürfen.
5:00 PM–5:45 PM
Science
Michael Cruickshank
Meitner
The world is entering a new era of instability. The climate crisis will put great pressure on the (relatively) peaceful balance of world politics. But the field of open source intelligence (OSINT) provides us with a new and unique way to map, study and predict these flashpoints. This talk will look at several technical approaches for using these techniques and include several example studies.
5:00 PM–5:45 PM
Security
Janis Streib
Curie
Ob an Getränkeautomaten oder in der Kantine: Oft wird in Universitäten oder großen Firmen mit einem internen Ausweis bezahlt. Wir haben eines dieser internen Bezahlsysteme einmal genauer in Bezug auf seine IT-Sicherheit untersucht und dabei überraschend viele Schwachstellen festgestellt.
5:00 PM–8:00 PM
Music
Rockmore Booth
YJ-Heimi ist YouTube-Jockey und Heimleiter der Restrealitaet, Zwetschki einer der beiden Macher der Nation Of Gondwana . Spielen die beiden im Duett, kommen so technische Anforderungen wie Luftschlangentröte und Kinderrassel. Und weil auch ein Mikro auf dem Tech Rider steht, wird nicht nur musikalisch kein Auge trocken bleiben. Im Spannungsfeld zwischen gutem und schlechtem Geschmack treten Joy Division gegen Juliane Werding an, Slime und die Scorpions verbrüdern sich, Johnny Rotten zerlegt ...
6:00 PM–6:45 PM
Entertainment
Meitner
Detlef Borchers und Erich Moechel erzählen, was sie im digitalen Neolithikum gesehen und erlebt, aber nie geschrieben haben. Episoden aus der Frühzeit über Gier & Dummheit & Illusionen bis die Dot.com-Blase brannte & die Datengeilheit in die digitale Welt kam. Geschichten aus den "Crypto Wars" samt schrägen Begegnungen mit Schattenmenschen, wie schnell man in was hineingeschlittert wurde & was dabei kaputtging. Wie das Netz halt wurde, was es heute ist.
6:00 PM–6:45 PM
Art & Culture
Adam Harvey