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Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2012 14:49:35 -0400
From: Corey Bryant <>
Subject: Linux security workgroup usage of kernel-hardening mailing list

There was a discussion about forming a Linux security workgroup at the 
2012 Linux Security Summit:

The charter of the workgroup is to provide on-going security 
verification of Linux kernel subsystems in order to assist in securing 
the Linux Kernel and maintain trust and confidence in the security of 
the Linux ecosystem.

This may include, but is not limited to, topics such as tooling to 
assist in securing the Linux Kernel, verification and testing of 
critical subsystems for vulnerabilities, security improvements for build 
tools, and providing guidance for maintaining subsystem security.

Would it be okay if we used the kernel-hardening mailing list for 
communication?  If our traffic ever gets to be too much we could get our 
own list.

Corey Bryant

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