In this animated lecture performance, two derailed scholars engage in a desperate attempt to salvage the Internet: one claims interfaces such as Facebook are actually gamified hyper meta-fictions, programmed to enslave users by creating an illusion that they are living purposeful ‘cyberdramas’. The other will demonstrate how to break this immersive control system by literally time traveling inside the interface
and changing its history, thereby unleashing an unexpected radical butterfly effect.
GNOME is a desktop that cares about its users and their freedom. To be free also includes to have the freedom to use your computer without having to fear of getting compromised or anyone listening to your communication. GNOME takes tries hard to put the user back into the control seat regarding security and privacy. We will see two examples of how GNOME gives you back that control. The first is a classic: The problem of signing OpenPGP keys. The second is the protection against malicious USB ...
What can we learn from small modifications and everyday resourcefulness around us? What parallels could we draw between hacking in the digital and physical spaces? How could the makeshift creations from others be inspiring for our own lives?
Die Iriserkennung verdraengt den Fingerabdruck bei mobilen Endgeraeten. Sicherer ist diese aber auch nicht. Dieser Vortrag zeigt, wie man die Iriserkennung des neuen Samsung Galaxy S8 ueberwinden kann.