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ARCHIVE: Core 'Security Digest' - Archives (1990 - 1991)
DOCUMENT: Core 'Security Digest' V1 #12 1991-02-28 (1 file, 852 bytes)
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Date: Thu Feb 28 23:59:00 PST 1991
Subject: Core Security Digest V1 #12

Core Security Digest Volume 1 Issue 12

subject(s):

            core list change

The unix core security mailing list is by invitation only and contains
sensitive material which SHOULD NOT BE REVEALED to non-members.
DO NOT PUT ANY LIST CONTENTS IN LOCATIONS ACCESSABLE TO NON-MEMBERS.
If you must keep copies on-line, please encrypt them at the very least.

PLEASE POST TO:                              core@uninet.cpd.com
PLEASE SEND EMERGENCY ALERTS TO:   core-emergency@uninet.cpd.com
PLEASE SEND REQUESTS TO:             core-request@uninet.cpd.com


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Date: Thu, 28 Feb 91 23:22:40 PST
From: neil (Neil Gorsuch)
Subject: core list change

[ The core list was formed to be a forum for exchanging information
about newly found security holes and other areas of concern and is as
safe as I can reasonably make it for such information.  As of now, I
am implementing a new policy that was suggested by another person
that, like me, is tired of seeing people gather information without
contributing any.  Except for a few exceptions, anyone not submitting
a security "report" at least once a year will be dropped from the
list.  Exceptions are organizations like cert and a few other obvious
destinations.  The exceptions do not include certain large computer
companies that announce security holes in various places without
posting the details here 8-). - neil ]

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