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* [http://www.tvbgone.com TV-B-Gone] makes it easy to turn of TVs
 
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* [http://www.torproject.org/ Tor anonymity project] allows users to use the Internet anonymously by sending traffic through several other computers before its destination
 
* [http://www.torproject.org/ Tor anonymity project] allows users to use the Internet anonymously by sending traffic through several other computers before its destination
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* [http://citp.princeton.edu/memory/ The Cold Boot Attack] was an award winning paper (USENIX Security 2008 - Best Paper) and project started by members of Noisebridge.
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Creating a rogue CA certificate] was a project started by members of Noisebridge. It resulted in a Best Paper award winning paper at CRYPTO 2009.

Revision as of 11:23, 24 October 2009

Press contact: press@noisebridge

We are located at 2169 Mission St., San Francisco.

We've gotten press coverage before, take a look.

What we do

Noisebridge is a hacker space.

Hacker, as in "people who like making new things and exploring how old ones work". (See also these two essays.)

See our Events page for examples of what we do.

Probably the best time for press to come to the space to meet a lot of people would be during 5 Minutes of Fame, our monthly series of lightning talks. Of course, if any of our other events interest you, you can come to those also.

We ask that you first contact us at the press email above before coming to the space, and identify yourself as a member of the press to anyone you speak to. The easiest way to do this is to ask someone to introduce you to the group at the beginning of an event.

Please note that photography is not allowed in the space without the permission of the people being photographed.

Founders

Projects

Here are some projects that our members are involved in:

Creating a rogue CA certificate] was a project started by members of Noisebridge. It resulted in a Best Paper award winning paper at CRYPTO 2009.

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