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Lists in Spanish
RedIRIS coordination lists listserv@listserv.rediris.es Generic lists
sec-linux majordomo@ls.cica.es Security warnings for Linux
unix-l listserv@listserv.rediris.es Intended for sysadmins and users of UNIX boxes
bugtraq-es listserv@lists.securityfocus.com Also available in digest mode. Analysis of vulnerabilities and security holes: how to exploit them and how to correct them.
Warnings generated by incident response teams
cert-advisory cert-advisory-request@cert.org Advisories from CERT/CC on vulnerabilities and incident statistics.
ciac-bulletin ciac-listproc@llnl.gov Warning lists (bulletin) and documents (notes) from CIAC. The mesage for subscribing must have the form: subscribe <list> family name, first name, phone number
ciac-notes ciac-listproc@llnl.gov
request-alert request-alert@iss.net A moderated list on product updates and vulnerabilities collected by ISS.
Lists of hard/soft manufacturers about security problems and their solutions
cws security-alert@sun.com Sun Microsystems
security_info support@support.mayfield.hp.com HP, Hewlett Packard
security aixserv@austin.ibm.com IBM
Lists on security in general
secnews majordomo@iss.net News and events collected by ISS
secnews-digest
sectech majordomo@iss.net Security technologies, software releases, etc. collected by ISS
sectech-digest
bugtraq listserv@netscape.org Detailed analysis of security holes, how to exploit them, and how to prevent them.
coast-request coast-request@cs.purdue.edu Purdue's COAST Security Archive
8lgm majordomo@8lgm.org (Eight Little Green Men) A group of hackers that periodically send exploits for Unix bugs.
linux-sec-uk linux-sec-uk@mailman.lug.org.uk Discussion of linux security with a UK bias
Lists on firewalls
academic-firewalls majordomo@net.tamu.edu Mantained by the Texas A&M University, and specialized in the academic environment.
euro firewalls majordomo@gbnet.net and Euro Firewalls
firewalls majordomo@greatcircle.com Information on firewalls and secure implementation for them.
Lists on specific products
firewall-1 majordomo@applicom.co.il Characteristics of Firewall-1. Problems and solutions.
linux-security majordomo@linux.nrao.edu Relevant information on security for Linux users.
linux-alert majordomo@linux.nrao.edu Linux security holes and how to fix them.
tiger majordomo@net.tamu.edu On the TIGER audit tool.
fwall-users fwall-users-request@tis.com TIS Firewall Toolkit.
skey-users skey-users-request@thumper.bellcore.com Bellcore S/Key.
Computer Forensics
forensics LISTSERV@SECURITYFOCUS.COM Metodologies, tools and techniques for post-mortem analysis.
Viruses
virus-l listserv@lehigh.edu About viruses
valert-l listserv@lehigh.edu Urgent virus alerts
Other
openssl-users openssl-users@openssl.org The OpenSSL project