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From: guninski at (Georgi Guninski)
Subject: Organization for Internet Safety (OIS) formally

So this is a bunch of companies, now what?
I want to question the credibilty of this bunch.
Everyone can register an .org and claim to be the most important bunch on earth.
According to:
from November 2001
"... @stake, Bindview, Foundstone, Guardent, Internet Security Systems and 
Microsoft announced their intention to form an organization whose purpose will 
be to propose industry standards for handling security vulnerabilities." 
(basically not to disclose 0days)
So what?

Georgi Guninski

Steven M. Christey wrote:
> For those of you who care about vulnerability disclosure issues, the
> "Organization for Internet Safety" (OIS) formally announced its
> existence.  This is the same group of security and software companies
> that has been discussed in past months.
> The founding members are: @stake, BindView, Caldera International (The
> SCO Group), Foundstone, Guardent, ISS, Microsoft, NAI, Oracle, SGI,
> and Symantec.
> Note that my employer, MITRE, is not a member of OIS.  This often
> causes confusion because I have been involved in writing documents
> that OIS may use as part of their own policies.
> Some articles are at:
> The OIS home page is at:
> A FAQ is at:
> The FAQ should be of high interest to anybody who does vulnerability
> research.
> - Steve
> _______________________________________________
> Full-Disclosure - We believe in it.
> Charter:

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