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  1. #1
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    Default Welcome.

    We're opening up a new forum for any security related issues that you guys may have. I'll also try and make posts about security updates in programs, so if you have any that you'd like to see me keep track of, just reply to this thread, and I'll do my best to keep up.

    So far My List is:
    php
    perl
    python
    apache
    lighttpd
    mysql
    cpanel
    plesk
    courier
    uw-imap
    postfix
    exim
    qmail
    Last edited by max@vpslink; 10-30-2006 at 11:38 PM.

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    A lot of people here use lighthttpd. Courier.

    BTW, I think you've just taken on a full-time job.

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    I've been meaning to subscribe to most of these anyways, and I could always write a script for it if there's too large of a volume, anyways I added those and UW-Imap to the pool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by max@vpslink
    I've been meaning to subscribe to most of these anyways, and I could always write a script for it if there's too large of a volume, anyways I added those and UW-Imap to the pool.
    Add the Centos announce list in there too, and something for webmin, servercp and directadmin too...

    You are getting into a big task here

    Generally, I recommend people subscribe (email, RSS etc) to a few of the reputable vulnerability summary/security update services like:
    - http://secunia.com
    - http://www.securitytracker.com, and
    - http://www.sans.org/newsletters/risk/

    Those three services will catch most vulns and updates that emerge for a broad rang of O/S's and web apps.

    Then back this up with a Google Alert email or two for 'XXX vulnerability' or similar, where XXX is an app or product of particular importance to you:

    http://www.google.com/alerts?hl=en

    That's what I do. It's proven to be pretty efficient for me.

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    +ssh/openssl, +vsftp, +proftpd
    Kelvin Nicholson
    http://www.helomx.com - Blacklist and availability monitoring built from the ground up for outsourced IT providers.

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    Pure-ftpd

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    we can do this automatically with the RSS service of vBulletin
    pablasso.com (spanish)

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