Author Archives: jester

CryptoParty – Thursday 11th June @ 7pm

TOG is very pleased to announce that we will be holding the 4th Dublin CryptoParty. Doors will be open from 7pm on Thursday the 11th June 2015, and we will stay open as long as people are happy to stay ( within reason ). CryptoParty attendees request you to respect their privacy and refrain from […]

Wireless Hacking Workshop – Saturday 27th June 2015 @ 12:30pm

<<SOLD OUT>> Contact me below to express interest in next one. If can run another during the summer if I get interest. On Saturday 27th June at 12:30pm our very own jester`, Martin Mitchell or @jayester depending on the circles you run in, will be teaching a Wireless Hacking Workshop. Wireless networks are everywhere. They […]

Evening Talk: Secure Yourself Online – Thursday 21st May 2015 @ 7pm

On Thursday 21st at 7pm our very own jester`, Martin Mitchell or @jayester depending on the circles you run in, will be speaking about some best practices of securing yourself on-line : Whether you are a creator or user of on-line content, knowing how to secure yourself on-line is important. In a world that is […]

Privacy Security Talk in TOG – 22nd April @ 7pm – FREE

Dublin is lucky enough to have great speakers pass through town on occasion and on Wednesday the 22nd April 2015, Runa A. Sandvik (@runasand) and Per Thorsheim (@thorsheim) have kindly offered to speak in TOG from 7pm. The format for the evening is a general meet and greet, but both speakers have offered to give […]

Love Locks on Ha’penny Bridge

The TOG Lockpicking Group were in the press a few times over the last few weeks. Mainly over the Love Locks removal from the Ha’penny Bridge. At first we got some mixed responses from family members and colleagues but eventually we got them to see us as helping the bridge and not destroyers of love! […]

Love Locks No More

UPDATE: Everything needs a Twitter, right? @LockLockNoMoreOver the last few weeks a lot of people have been asking the lockpickers in TOG if we have looked at picking the locks off the Ha’penny Bridge. With recent discussion on Reddit and the Irish Times I thought it might be a good time to give it a […]