Setup Your Own Private Cloud and Air Gaps
The latest NSA leaks outline a massive program against internet encryption. What is safe anymore? Can you trust PGP? How do I implement proper crypto systems? And why do I have a tiny little netbook with a NSA sticker on it? Plus Shannon Morse is here to show us how to build our own cloud storage, using Sparkle Share. All that and more, this time on Hak5!
Security vs Convenience. In this segment Darren demonstrates an asymmetric cryptography setup that leans towards the later. Using GnuPG, an open source implementation of Open PGP, and an offline netbook Darren creates an "air gap" to significantly limit the attack surface of our email encryption system.
How To Setup Your Private Cloud
Build your own private, encrypted, open-source Dropbox-esque sync folder with Sparkle Share