A conference held in September, 1992 called the 'Cryptology Amateurs for Social Irresponsibility.' Hosted by several noted Berkeley cryptographers with the goal of public access to unbreakable cryptography. It led to several revolutionary ideas in cryptography, and led to the coining of the term cypherpunk. Both the Cypherpunk Manifesto and the Crypto Anarchist manifesto were drafted during this time. The group expanded widely soon thereafter, and was directly responsible for the public release of PGP.