Autonomía digital y tecnológica

Código e ideas para una internet distribuida

Linkoteca. cultura hacker


The CCC describes itself as «a galactic community of life forms, independent of age, sex, race or societal orientation, which strives across borders for freedom of information…». In general, the CCC advocates more transparency in government, freedom of information, and the human right to communication. Supporting the principles of the hacker ethic, the club also fights for free universal access to computers and technological infrastructure as well as the use of open-source software. The CCC spreads an entrepreneurial vision refusing capitalist control. It has been characterised as «…one of the most influential digital organisations anywhere, the centre of German digital culture, hacker culture, hacktivism, and the intersection of any discussion of democratic and digital rights».

A Hackbase or Hackerbase is a Live-in Hackerspace – a hackerspace with a capacity for coliving.

everything you would expect from a hackerspace + place to stay (sleep, eat, …)
… this includes being publicly accessible (via a clear and non-discriminatory process)
able to host short or long-term stays
residents cover their own costs (which are usually far less than «normal» lifestyles)
extension on the practices of sharing already present in hackerspaces
hosts hacker Residencies and Exchanges

Hace unos días hemos certificado la construcción de unos juegos en un cole. Es la primera vez que esto ocurre y estamos muy contentos.

Certificar nos permite, por un lado, legitimar otro tipo de trabajo (entre lo formal y lo informal), frente a grandes empresas del sector que tienen actualmente el negocio de la homologación.

Fsociety Hacking Tools nos provee de varias herramientas destinadas para diferentes usos, entre los que encontramos:

Recopilación de información
Ataques de contraseñas
Pruebas inalámbricas
Herramientas de explotación
Sniffing y Spoofing
Piratería web
Piratería web privada
Explotación posterior

put in common resources and tools for care in accordance with hackers ethics and peer-to-peer philosophy

we wish to contribute to the resiliency and prosperity of what we see as an extended network of caregivers: hackers-activists, lawyers, journalists, artists, whistle-blowers, many others with or without a “profession” or a “name”, distant and near, free and imprisoned, each of us node in a human support network.