2012 Seattle Tor Hackfest


This is a hackfest about Tor and related projects.

Tor is free software and an open network that helps you defend against a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security known as traffic analysis.

Please attend if you have some interest in programming, advocacy, marketing, or (network security/anonymity/computer science/etc) research with Tor, or are willing to be persuaded to entertain an interest. :) Tor's a small project (in terms of number of developers) that could really use your help.

Hope to see you in February!


We'll start with a light afternoon of hacking while everyone is around:

Feb 22 - 13:30 Open Discussion/Hacking until we leave

Additionally - we'll have a second open hack fest to discuss some recent events starting early and going all day:

Feb 23 - 10:30 to 17:30 - Open Discussion/Hacking until we leave


University of Washington, CSE, Paul Allen building

First day:

CSE - Paul Allen building room room 303 until 3pm, then over to room 503 until we leave for the day.

Second day:

CSE - Paul Allen building room 305 until we leave for the day.


Open to users, developers, students, all interested parties

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