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Monday, December 1, 2003
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I would like to announce the availability of a new and free resource to the software security community, the SC-L email discussion forum.  The moderated forum is open to the public.  The group's purpose is, "to further the state of the practice of developing secure software, by providing a free and open, objectively moderated, forum for the discussion of issues related to secure coding practices throughout a software development lifecycle process (including architecture, requirements and specifications, design, implementation, deployment, and operations)."  (The complete text of the group's charter, including its acceptable and unacceptable usage policies, can be found at

To subscribe to the list, simply connect to and follow the directions on the form.  Submissions should be sent (by subscribers only) to


Ken van Wyk
Moderator, SC-L mailing list

This came across on NTBugTraq today. Ken van Wyk is one of the co-authors of O'Reilly's "Secure Coding: Principles & Practices"

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