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Web Archive now available
From: Fyodor <fyodor () insecure org>
Date: Thu, 27 Jul 2000 02:35:54 -0700 (PDT)
People frequently ask me whether nmap-hackers is archived anywhere. I
proceed to explain the byzantine syntax for retrieving and searching the
archive via email commands. They generally roll their eyes, scoff a
little, and say "Oh, that is *SO* 1990!".
I am pleased to announce that we have now embraced the Web-Archiving Age
with a brand-spanking-new Hypermail archive of nmap-hackers and nmap-dev.
And while I was at it, I threw in some other great lists free of charge!
Get your real-time-updated dose of Bugtraq, Vuln-dev, linux-kernel-audit,
attrition-defaced-sites, info-security-news, win2ksecadvice, IDS,
Incidents, Firewall-Wizards, and many more lists straight from
Enjoy, and let me know if you have problems. Or if you want to suggest a
new list. Or if you have Berkeley-mbox-style archives for a certain list
that precede what I have on the site. Right now I only have what was
availabe in my mbox or what I could pick up from Neohapsis and a number of
other archive sites.
The Nmap-hackers and Nmap-dev lists are complete since inception.
Searching is not yet available, but when I get some free time (haha!) I'll
add that in. Also there are some rough interface design edges that need
to be smoothed out.
For help using this (nmap-hackers) mailing list, send a blank email to
nmap-hackers-help () insecure org . List run by ezmlm-idx (www.ezmlm.org).
- Web Archive now available Fyodor (Jul 27)