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On April 16th Revelation Space will host the why-fi workshop by Rotterdam artist&hacker collective moddr_, who enriched the world�with the end of the internet and the web 2.0 suicide machine (which�got them into a bit of a kerfuffle with myspace).

The workshop will showcase the ease of cracking WEP/WPA wireless �network encryptions as a way for understanding the risks of Wi-Fi�networks and will provide participants with handy computer skills for�the precarious offline times. Further, we'll look at network packet�capture and how content (images/text) can be easily changed for social�media interventions. The course is open to anyone with a healthy dose�of curiosity and paranoia. No prior technical experience is required.�Bring your own laptop (either PC or Intel-Mac, G3/G4 Macintosh�computers are not supported).

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