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ARCHIVE: Site announcements (2002 - )
DOCUMENT: Site announcement for September 2002 September 2002 (1 file, 1662 bytes)
SOURCE: http://securitydigest.org/exec/display?f=site/changes/20020913.txt&t=text/plain
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The following archive features have been changed:

    * "Search" allowing high quality local search across 
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    * "Acknowledgments" and "Changes" to provide better
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    * Various infrastructure changes for integrity
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The following archive contents have been changed:

    * Archives of the Core 'Security Mailing List' - a 
      successor to the Zardoz 'Security Digest'.
    * Additions to the Unix 'Security Mailing List' and
      to the Zardoz 'Security Digest'.
    * Refactoring to separate Unix, Zardoz and Core 
      archives.
    * Addition of a mail archives from DIALCOM X.25 
      security incidents circa. 1988 - 1990.


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