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From: cheekypeople at (
Subject: Security Sites

Quoting Harlan Carvey <>:

> > > I have been looking around and haven't found a
> > very good security forum
> > > and
> > > I was wondering if anyone has some ideas. Im new
> > to the security field and
> > > am looking at learning as much as possible. Also
> > maybe even some more
> > > mailing lists. I appreciate everyone that posts
> > here I enjoy reading the
> > > comments. Thanks in advance
> Good luck.  I've been at this since about '95 or so,
> going on Usenet, listservs, forums, you name it.  I
> won't even begin to suggest that I've seen everything,
> b/c I haven't.  But in most of the cases I've seen, if
> you open something up to the public, your
> signal-to-noise ratio drops to very close to zero. 
> There have been suggestions to start closed forums,
> open only to people who are "in the business" and are
> sponsored of validated by someone else.  Well, what
> happens then is that there is NO traffic, b/c
> everyone's too busy, or are under NDAs, or the stuff
> they do is classified...
> Anyway, just food for thought...I love the idea of a
> specific list for security, but the only way to really
> do it is to have it moderated, and that's a lot of work.
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