Netconf 2020 edition

Netconf 2020 edition

An unconference on the technical, economic and social aspects of network engineering and infrastructure

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Accepting submissions till 27 Mar 2020, 09:00 AM

TERI auditorium, Bangalore, Bangalore

##This event is postponed. Watch this page for updates.

Netconf has emerged from conversations that started at Rootconf 2019 edition and continued into Rootconf Pune, Hyderabad and Delhi editions subsequently.

Netconf is a platform for network engineers, ISPs, government representatives from telecom and IT departments, civil society groups, policy makers, providers of networking solutions, tech and law groups and activists, among others to discuss the technical, economic and social aspects of running networks and infrastructure, and access. See https://hasgeek.com/rootconf/netconf-2020/proposals#call-for-proposal for more details about topics.

The first edition of Netconf is an unconference, where participants can propose topics, suggest speakers and session formats. The event’s agenda will be set by participants. There will be room for open sessions for participants to propose topics/ideas/sessions on the morning of the event itself.

Event details:
Date: Friday, 27 March 2020
Venue: TERI auditorium, Domlur, Bangalore
Time: 9 AM to 6:30 PM followed
Schedule: https://hasgeek.com/rootconf/netconf-2020/schedule
Post-conference programme: reading of Michael W. Lucas’s works on tech-fiction followed by dinner.


For inquiries about tickets and sponsorships, write to sales@hasgeek.com or call 7676332020.

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To speak at Netconf, submit a talk here: https://hasgeek.com/rootconf/netconf-2020/proposals#call-for-proposal


Entry for children at Netconf: Children of all ages are welcome at Netconf. Entry for children is free. If you are bringing child/children under age 1, mention it when filling your ticket details. This will help us to arrange facilities for care.
Participants are welcome to propose sessions and activities for engaging children at Netconf.


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Ashwin Murali

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DNS Deep Dive Workshop

Submitted Feb 6, 2020

DNS is the most basic building block of the internet - A protocol for computers and devices to discover the addresses of other computers and devices across the globe. Attend this workshop to build your DevOps-fu with a thorough understanding of DNS. Walk out knowing that your DNS queries are safe from tampering or profiling by running your own DNSCrypt resolver.

Outline

  • Grok DNS - What makes the Domain Naming System? How does it tick? What is the plumbing like underneath?
  • DNS Resolution - How does your browser know what the address of google.com is? How does the query look like? How does it execute? How does the response come back? Lets talk DNS Caching
  • DNS Security issues - What are the ways you poison a DNS request? What happens when DNS / Cache is poisoned?
  • Securing your DNS - DNSSEC, DNSCrypt, DOH - We’ll delve a little bit into each of the options you have to make sure your DNS requests are secured
  • Setup and run your own DNS Resolver - We’ll put all that we just saw into practice - We’ll setup a DNS resolver on your local laptops to run secured DNS queries.

Requirements

  • This workshop will require that participants have a basic understanding of how the internet works - what the different protocols are - TCP, UDP, etc.
  • They will also be required to bring their own laptops so they can try the commands as they appear on the screen. There is no restriction on the kind of operating system that they run on their laptops.

Speaker bio

Ashwin Murali works as a Data and Infrastructure Engineer at Memory.ai. When he’s not handling scaling and optimising infrastructure OR working on TensorFlow, Ashwin spends time working with the DNSCrypt project helping people setup Secure DNS Servers that encrypt your DNS queries, block Ads and pornography. He also runs his own email servers to prove that the world can operate without the likes of Google.

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