Security

The theme Security is responsible to analyze and examine the question of whether security offensive (malware, reverse, pentest) or defensive (network, infrastructure, integrity, security model analysis) in relation to the notion of privacy and security on the internet (mobile, certificates, DDoS, PGP ...)

Room(s) used for this theme

Theme schedule

Monday 7 July 2014

  • 00:00 - 23:59 reservation (Other (manually inserted events))

    Theme

    reservation studio du 07 juillet 2014 au 09 juillet reglement sur place
  • 10:00 - 11:30 Plénière d'ouverture (Plénière)

    Room : Amphi 7 Theme Plenary sessions

  • 14:00 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner Theme Mobile devices

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 15:00 - 16:00 Animation musicale et vidéo de soirées avec du logiciel libre

    Room : A.6.01 Confirmed Theme Music

    Présentation et utilisation de matériel fonctionnant avec du logiciel libre, et de différents logiciels libres utiles pour l’animation.

Tuesday 8 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner Theme Mobile devices

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 09:30 - 18:00 Foxel : How to Valorize your Informational Patrimony ? (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.03 TD Collectivity Confirmed Theme Society



    The purpose of this workshop is to apprehend the technological tools allowing the valorization of the informational patrimony of the region.

    Foxel SA offer the possibility to gather in one piece the surrounding environment in the form of a panorama. They also offer the possibility of reconstructing the three-dimensional environment through stereo pairs along with the embarked equipment on the camera.

    The positioning system (GPS) is in charge of the geolocation of the camera during the measurement process. Its role is to attach to the shooting process the ground references and record the orientation of the camera over time.

    Based on images acquired by the camera, a reconstruction of the environment is performed. The reconstructed data is attached to the terrestrial reference frame, giving the possibility to measure between points selected, for example through a panoramic navigation.
    • Scaning Tools
    • Post-processing tools and processing parallelization
    • Points of interest / Automatic detection
    • Augmented reality interfaces based on panoramas and points of interest
    • Interfaces of ticket management on geo-located images base
    • Automatic face-detect and bluring
    • 2D and 3D parametric object detection
    • Positioning System
    • Three-dimensional reconstruction
    • Measurement service

    A wiki dedicated to the workshop will be available from day one in order to describe the proposed tools, and give access to the raw data and the post-processed data that will be used in the workshop. The address (not yet available) will be http://rmll2014.foxel.ch.
  • 10:10 - 10:50 logiciel libre, musique et Droit

    Room : A.6.01 Confirmed Theme Music

    Entre cas pratique, table-ronde, jeu et conférence à plusieurs voix, la conférence consiste à montrer quel intérêt un musicien ou un artiste interprète a à gérer ses droits lui-même et quelles difficultés cela lui occasionne. Ce travail, entre Droit et (...)

Wednesday 9 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 18:00 Foxel (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.03 TD Collectivity Confirmed Theme Society



    The purpose of this workshop is to apprehend the technological tools allowing the valorization of the informational patrimony of the region.

    Foxel SA offer the possibility to gather in one piece the surrounding environment in the form of a panorama. They also offer the possibility of reconstructing the three-dimensional environment through stereo pairs along with the embarked equipment on the camera.

    The positioning system (GPS) is in charge of the geolocation of the camera during the measurement process. Its role is to attach to the shooting process the ground references and record the orientation of the camera over time.

    Based on images acquired by the camera, a reconstruction of the environment is performed. The reconstructed data is attached to the terrestrial reference frame, giving the possibility to measure between points selected, for example through a panoramic navigation.
    • Scaning Tools
    • Post-processing tools and processing parallelization
    • Points of interest / Automatic detection
    • Augmented reality interfaces based on panoramas and points of interest
    • Interfaces of ticket management on geo-located images base
    • Automatic face-detect and bluring
    • 2D and 3D parametric object detection
    • Positioning System
    • Three-dimensional reconstruction
    • Measurement service

    A wiki dedicated to the workshop will be available from day one in order to describe the proposed tools, and give access to the raw data and the post-processed data that will be used in the workshop. The address (not yet available) will be http://rmll2014.foxel.ch.
  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner Theme Mobile devices

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 10:00 - 12:00 Développer des paires de langues pour Apertium (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.10 TD Geek Confirmed Theme Software Development

    Apertium est un logiciel libre sous licence GPL de traduction automatique démarré en 2004-2005 en Espagne. Le système est composé d’un moteur de traduction comprenant plusieurs outils écrits en C++ et portés en Java, et de fichiers de données au format XML pour chaque paire de langues. Ses développeurs sont souvent du milieu universitaire, étudiants et chercheurs d'un peu tous les pays du monde. La traduction directe de quelques 220 paires de langues a été entreprise à des degrés divers. 38 paires ont été validées (mars 2014).
  • 11:40 - 12:30 ARM devices and your freedom

    Room : Amphi 31 Geek Confirmed Theme Mobile devices

  • 14:00 - 18:00 MELLE = Matériel Et Logiciel Libres pour l'Éducation Free/libre hardware and software for education (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.07 TD Beginner Theme Sciences and learning


    Demonstration and hands-on training about free hardware boxes for Education
    • Praveen Patil (IN), Subhash Desai (IN) : expEYES box, a complete scientific laboratory in your pocket (4 channels oscilloscope, wave generator, measures frequencies, accepts many sensors); see http://expeyes.in
    • Akshai M (IN) : microHOPE box, to learn how to program a micro-controller, with a progressive approach: see http://www.expeyes.in/microhope
    • Pierre Dieumegard (FR) : Creating and using free/libre libraries, to integrate measurement devices into your applications, and use various measurement devices with software available at http://sciencexp.fr, or spreadsheets, or all usual programmation languages: see http://sciencexp.free.fr/index.php?perma=Programmation
    ExpEYES
    With the objectives of developing affordable laboratory equipment and training science teachers, ExpEYES is from the PHOENIX project of Inter-University Accelerator Centre, New Delhi. It is an Open Hardware and Free Software framework for developing science experiments, classroom demonstrations and projects without getting in to the details of electronics or computer programming. It converts your PC into a portable science laboratory.

    ExpEYES can be used to perform a large number of experiments. For example, the device can be used to study electromagnetic induction, interference of sound waves, Lissajous Figures, to measure gravity by time of flight, alongside many other applications. Concepts like Lissajous Figures and Electromagnetic induction are quite difficult for most students. ExpEYES allows the study of fast changing phenomena and is an effective tool for exploring electromagnetic phenomena and the laws of electromagnetic induction-namely, Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law. The ability to capture real-time graphs offers the important benifit for students to better visualize the associated phenomena and develop a deeper understanding of it.

    In this workshop we will be demonstrating and discussing how ExpEYES can be used to explore and study various phenomena like Interference of Sound, Lissajous Figures and Electromagnetic Induction in different situations: a magnet oscillating in a coil, magnet falling through a coil, a ferromagnetic material and a magnet swinging over a coil.

    MicroHOPE
    The workshop will begin with a brief introduction on microcontrollers and soldering techniques. Then soldering of components to make the board by each candidate will be done and this will be tested by each candidate themselves. Later boot loader will be burned and simple codes such as blinking an LED will be tried and working of ADC’s and I/O pins will be explained.

    Also there is no complex IDE for MicroHOPE. A simple text editor with a couple of buttons to invoke avrgcc and avrdude ( to compile and upload the code) is what we have. Hence coding on the device is very simple, and simple intro will be only necessary and the rest can be achieved by the candidates through their own experiments.

    MensuraSoft
    There are many scientific devices suitable for connection with a computer. Unfortunately, a lot of them do not have software adapted for them. For the teachers of sciences (physics, chemistry, biology...), heterogeneous devices are very unpleasant, because differences in software, according to the hardware. With Mensurasoft, you can use the same software for measurement with very different devices, if you have the right driver for every device.

    This system of drivers for measurement devices was developed to use the same software with all apparatuses used in scientific practical works in high schools, with Windows and Linux. It can also help in teaching of computer science, because all usual programming languages can use it. This conference will present the actual postion of this system, with teaching applications, and projects for extend it for fast measurement as oscilloscopes.

Thursday 10 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 19:00 Foxel : How to Valorize your Informational Patrimony ? (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.03 TD Collectivity Confirmed Theme Society



    The purpose of this workshop is to apprehend the technological tools allowing the valorization of the informational patrimony of the region.

    Foxel SA offer the possibility to gather in one piece the surrounding environment in the form of a panorama. They also offer the possibility of reconstructing the three-dimensional environment through stereo pairs along with the embarked equipment on the camera.

    The positioning system (GPS) is in charge of the geolocation of the camera during the measurement process. Its role is to attach to the shooting process the ground references and record the orientation of the camera over time.

    Based on images acquired by the camera, a reconstruction of the environment is performed. The reconstructed data is attached to the terrestrial reference frame, giving the possibility to measure between points selected, for example through a panoramic navigation.
    • Scaning Tools
    • Post-processing tools and processing parallelization
    • Points of interest / Automatic detection
    • Augmented reality interfaces based on panoramas and points of interest
    • Interfaces of ticket management on geo-located images base
    • Automatic face-detect and bluring
    • 2D and 3D parametric object detection
    • Positioning System
    • Three-dimensional reconstruction
    • Measurement service

    A wiki dedicated to the workshop will be available from day one in order to describe the proposed tools, and give access to the raw data and the post-processed data that will be used in the workshop. The address (not yet available) will be http://rmll2014.foxel.ch.
  • 09:30 - 18:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner Theme Mobile devices

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 09:30 - 12:30 Atelier HAKA : un langage open source de sécurité réseau (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 SC002 Confirmed

    This workshop is the exercise linked to the Haka talk done on Tuesday. You will be able to use Haka on previously recorded trafic pcap files. Haka is available as open source software on http://haka-security.org/
  • 14:00 - 18:00 Gestion de documents dans l'enseignement supérieur (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.05 TD Confirmed Theme Sciences and learning

    This workshop comes after the round table where the four speakers describe their topics, Wednesday 9 July at 15:20.

    A few demeonstrations and hands-on squences will be porposed:
    • SCENARI, by Christophe RHEIN: see http://scenari-platform.org/ ;
    • SCENARI and forges for documents, by Stephen LEDE: see http://scenari-platform.org/ ;
    • the protocol CID to manage transactions about documents, by Thibaut ARRIBE ;
    • OPALE, an editorial toolchain of SCENARI by Stéphane POINSART: see http://scenari-platform.org/projects/opale/fr/pres/co/documentation.html
  • 17:00 - 18:00 Table Ronde : Les Communs et nous (Table ronde)

    Room : Amphi 7 Geek Beginner Theme Information commons

    Odile Bénassy, Roland Perez, Marie Farge, Puneet Kishor, Gaëlle Krikorian, Alexis Kauffmann

    Pour nous libristes, il est normal et naturel de partager, de communiquer, de travailler ensemble, nous y trouvons notre plaisir et notre compte.

    « Les gens » nous regardent bizarrement. Mais pas tous : certains, au contraire, nous regardent comme un modèle dont il faudrait s'inspirer pour le reste, et même pour que la société puisse espérer aller mieux.

    Les intervenants de cette table-ronde nous rappelleront aussi que notre mode de fonctionnement collaboratif c'est pas entièrement nouveau, que même il ressemble à ce qui s'est toujours fait non seulement en science, mais aussi dans des domaines apparemment très éloignés comme les cultures traditionnelles, l'agriculture, et bien d'autres.

Friday 11 July 2014

  • 09:30 - 16:00 Free Your Android Week (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 31 TD011 Geek Beginner Theme Mobile devices

    This workshop, organized jointly with members of FSFE's Free Your Android program, the Replicant project and F-Droid will be dedicated to software freedom on mobile devices. It is an occasion to learn more about the stakes of freedom on mobile devices and see what free software exists today to help liberate your device. Especially, the team will be there to guide attendees through the installation of free software on mobile devices. Various devices running with free software will also be shown during the workshop, such as the Goldelico GTA04 and other Replicant-supported devices.
  • 09:30 - 16:00 Foxel : How to Valorize your Informational Patrimony ? (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.03 TD Collectivity Confirmed Theme Society



    The purpose of this workshop is to apprehend the technological tools allowing the valorization of the informational patrimony of the region.

    Foxel SA offer the possibility to gather in one piece the surrounding environment in the form of a panorama. They also offer the possibility of reconstructing the three-dimensional environment through stereo pairs along with the embarked equipment on the camera.

    The positioning system (GPS) is in charge of the geolocation of the camera during the measurement process. Its role is to attach to the shooting process the ground references and record the orientation of the camera over time.

    Based on images acquired by the camera, a reconstruction of the environment is performed. The reconstructed data is attached to the terrestrial reference frame, giving the possibility to measure between points selected, for example through a panoramic navigation.
    • Scaning Tools
    • Post-processing tools and processing parallelization
    • Points of interest / Automatic detection
    • Augmented reality interfaces based on panoramas and points of interest
    • Interfaces of ticket management on geo-located images base
    • Automatic face-detect and bluring
    • 2D and 3D parametric object detection
    • Positioning System
    • Three-dimensional reconstruction
    • Measurement service

    A wiki dedicated to the workshop will be available from day one in order to describe the proposed tools, and give access to the raw data and the post-processed data that will be used in the workshop. The address (not yet available) will be http://rmll2014.foxel.ch.
  • 10:00 - 12:30 Développement d’IHM sous Eclipse avec SWT/JFace (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.10 TD Professionnal Confirmed Theme Software Development

    Utilisation de la technologie SWT/Face pour développer des interfaces
    multiplateforme sous Eclipse en Java.  
    Les participants seront amenés à découvrir la bibliothèque SWT ainsi
    que son extension JFace.  
    A l’issue de cet atelier, les participants seront capables de développer
    leurs propres IHM en toute autonomie.

    Prérequis :   
    1 - connaissance basique de l’environnement Eclipse  
    2- connaissance du langage Java
  • 10:00 - 12:00 Développer des paires de langues pour Apertium (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.10 TD Geek Confirmed Theme Software Development

    Apertium est un logiciel libre sous licence GPL de traduction automatique démarré en 2004-2005 en Espagne. Le système est composé d’un moteur de traduction comprenant plusieurs outils écrits en C++ et portés en Java, et de fichiers de données au format XML pour chaque paire de langues. Ses développeurs sont souvent du milieu universitaire, étudiants et chercheurs d'un peu tous les pays du monde. La traduction directe de quelques 220 paires de langues a été entreprise à des degrés divers. 38 paires ont été validées (mars 2014).
  • 14:00 - 16:00 RMLL Tools (Atelier / workshop)

    Room : 5.10 TD Geek Confirmed Theme Software Development

    Objectifs de l’atelier :  
    - présenter les outils utilisés pour l’organisation des RMLL  
    - recueillir un retour d’expérience des utilisateurs  
    - assurer l’assistance  
    - documenter les outils  
    - recruter des volontaires pour développer et maintenir les outils.

    Organisation d’un Hackaton RMLL !
amarok apache archlinux arduino bitcoin blender creativecommons cernohl debian chamilo drupal elphel eZ Publish fedoraproject firefox gentoo gimp gnome gnu freebsd freeguppy gnuhealth haiku imagemagick inkscape jabber jenkins joomla kde knoppix lea-linux libreoffice linux mageia mandriva moodle mozilla openarena openbsd Open Street Map opensuse perl php pidgin plone postgresql python ruby rudder scribus spip thunderbird tomcat tryton typo3 ubuntu vlc wikipedia wordpress xfce xonotic