Subject: Re: RFC: netbsd-security mailing list?
To: VaX#n8 <>
From: Michael L. VanLoon -- <>
List: current-users
Date: 06/02/1996 01:19:06
>It struck me that interpretation of security issues are quite often
>OS-specific.  That, coupled with the fact that security programs have to
>be tuned slightly for your file system hierarchy, userlevel programs, etc.,
>could be sufficient reason to form a list.
>Ideally, there would be two lists, one for relevant announcements, and
>one for discussion.
>In particular, the announcements should be low-volume and there should
>be a few people in charge of reading other specific security lists and
>reporting relevant bits.

The FreeBSD folks have something similar (though I don't know the
nature of the traffic on the lists), in freebsd-security and

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