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The Linux Resource Exchange

A good computer burglar knows the newest security problems with your computer.

Do you want to know how to defend yourself, your computers, your data, your business?

Linux problems are discussed and solved in the open, and usually solved quickly.

Follow these announcements to keep your linux security knowledge current.

But keep in mind - this information does not make your computers secure - it gives you the power to make them secure.


Linux security bulletins
Bugtraq Bugtraq is a mailing-list with Unix-related security problems and problem-fixes.
For info on how to use the mailing-list and it's archive of old postings send e-mail to listserv@netspace.org 
with the word help in the body of the message.
  
linux-security Linux security discussions, problem reports and problem-fixes.

To subscribe send an e-mail to Majordomo@vger.rutgers.edu with the word subscribe in the body of the message, to unsubscribe use the word unsubscribe instead.

  
CERT CERT is a computer security organization, that assists companys defend themself from computer burglars.
CERT distributes problem-reports and problem-fixes on a mailing-list.
To subscribe send an e-mail to
cert-advisory-request@cert.org with the word subscribe in the body of the message, to unsubscribe use the word unsubscribe instead.

They have a FAQ with pointers to other online-available computer security information.

  
redhat-announce Announcements for the Redat Linux distribution, including security updates.
For info on the mailing-list, send e-mail to
redhat-announce-list-request@redhat.com with the word QUERY in the body of the message.
To subscribe send an e-mail to  redhat-announce-list-request@redhat.com with the word subscribe in the  body of the message, to unsubscribe use the word unsubscribe instead.
  
comp.security.* Computer security groups on USENET
  
Other sources For more lists and newsgroups see our new mailinglist index
  
 
last updated by Kristian Elof Sørensen on Jun. the 9. 1998