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Re: SecurityForest - Public Release #1
From: Ill will <xillwillx () gmail com>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 22:59:43 -0500

ok greg drop another tab


On Fri, 19 Nov 2004 08:27:27 -0800, Gregory Gilliss
<ggilliss () netpublishing com> wrote:
Yeah, I'd like for my country to accummulate all the available computer
security knowledge too...one heck of a competative advantage to have.

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Pity the US is so busy scaring the population that they have no time to
come up with ideas like this...

-- Greg

On or about 2004.11.19 12:41:29 +0000, loni () securityforest com (loni () securityforest com) said:

Community Website: http://www.securityforest.com
Community IRC channel: irc://irc.unixgods.net:5555/securityforest


Table of contents
=================
  Summary
  The Open Source Idea
  Tree's in the Forest
    ExploitTree
    ToolTree
    TutorialTree
    LinkTree
  GreenHouse
  Thanks


Summary
=======
SecurityForest.com is a collaboratively edited Forest consisting of Trees which anyone can contribute to. 
SecurityForest's trees are specific security repositories that are categorized for practical reasons. The 
technologies currently in use in these repositories are based on Wiki technology and CVS (Concurrent Versioning 
System) technology. Depending on the species of the tree - the suitable technology will be used. SecurityForest.com 
is a collection of repositories (trees) for the community - by the community. In other words - the updating, 
modifying and improving can be done by anyone in the community.
This public release is posted at 
http://www.securityforest.com/wiki/index.php?title=SecurityForest_-_Public_Release_no.1


The Open Source Idea
====================
The basic idea behind Open Source is very simple: When people can read, modify and improve a piece of software, the 
software evolves. People improve it, people adapt it, people fix bugs. And this can happen at a speed that, if one 
is used to the slow pace of conventional development, seems astonishing.
We at SecurityForest have learned that this rapid evolutionary process produces better results than the traditional 
closed model, in which only very few people improve the Security Repositories and everybody else must use what 
these individuals have come across and added. SecurityForest is not only based on OpenSource software, but itself 
is opensource meaning the updating, modifying and improving can be done by anyone in the community.


Tree's in the Forest
====================

<<SNIP>>

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Gregory A. Gilliss, CISSP                              E-mail: greg () gilliss com
Computer Security                             WWW: http://www.gilliss.com/greg/
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