Date: Tue, 3 Jun 2014 13:16:47 -0700 (PDT) From: Ramon de C Valle <rdecvalle@...are.com> To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com Cc: VMware Security Response Center <security@...are.com>, Monty Ijzerman <mijzerman@...are.com> Subject: Re: Request for linux-distros subscription -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA512 Hi Alexander, Kurt, others, (I'm resending it since my email client screwed the quote levels in the original message.) - ----- Original Message ----- > From: "Kurt Seifried" <kseifried@...hat.com> > To: oss-security@...ts.openwall.com > Cc: "VMware Security Response Center" <security@...are.com> > Sent: Tuesday, June 3, 2014 1:22:15 PM > Subject: Re: [oss-security] Request for linux-distros subscription > > -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- > Hash: SHA1 > > On 06/02/2014 10:59 PM, "VMware Security Response Center" wrote: > > > > Hi, I would like to request to be subscribed to the > > linux-distros@...openwall.org list for VMware Security Response > > Center (VSRC). > > > > My PGP fingerprint: > > > > pub 2048R/C61F6A1D 2014-06-03 Key fingerprint = DD30 8A5F 937B > > B437 EDDB 051D 7F84 295B C61F 6A1D uid Monty Ijzerman > > <mijzerman@...vmware.com> sig sig C61F6A1D 2014-06-03 __________ > > __________ [selfsig] Notation data: > > preferred-email-encoding@....com pgpmime > > > > sub 2048R/FCED34F0 2014-06-03 sig sbind C61F6A1D 2014-06-03 > > __________ __________  > > > > > > Thank you for your consideration. > > > > Monty Ijzerman > > > > VMware Security Response Center security@...are.com > > > > So to put it bluntly: who are you, and why should we give you access > to distros? A quick google search shows you do appear to work for > vmware, but I can't find any contributions or participation in any > public forum like oss-security and so on. I can attest that Monty is my colleague and the Manager of VMware Security Response Center. As a former colleague of you (Kurt) and also former linux-distros subscriber, I would like to ask for your consideration for subscribing Monty (or myself) to linux-distros on behalf of VMware. Although ESXi isn't a Linux distribution, it implements Linux-compatible system calls and provides a GNU/Linux -like ecosystem that allows many applications that are compiled on/for Linux operating systems to run seamlessly. This ecosystem includes OSS that should be supported in timely fashion pretty much like like any other Linux distribution on the list. It also implements a Linux kernel module interface and uses many Linux device drivers and kernel modules that also should be supported. In addition, ESXi is the base layer that many of the Linux distributions on the list rely upon and run atop of in many datacenters around the world. Let me know if you have any questions, and thanks again for your consideration. > > - -- > Kurt Seifried - Red Hat - Product Security - Cloud stuff and such > PGP: 0x5E267993 A90B F995 7350 148F 66BF 7554 160D 4553 5E26 7993 > > > - -- Ramon de C Valle VMware Product Security Engineering -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Comment: GPGTools - https://gpgtools.org iQIcBAEBCgAGBQJTji0cAAoJEMHrzpMNBOIMAecP/igTsiSCjXMOXqrfppI9ky13 gtdmbRFCt9QfZSAkRP+8TNV/IT5t1/BOB/ZB032Z98bpUz/NPEmAzMn/kqMWyjc0 UTjKepOJhOcDjjR3sW2in1vYRH7qpVjZ13SRwxGq5sQ/tOiEmmSz3Ijb61oMrnyA HYslS/wkGDSLWSJ1uh0OKEW+n8FMtE0/a0CFuYekyHvg/dOtZkCwE18dooJFfJM9 dUaJlgAYSyGYr9rPX/zE1UdRvKpB7IhemhlUad6UqwA7jiqDtYMWIckzkn7lLj4q kb5y1T6Znj5O7XqdiscR/RIbXZYKptTvcoQ5tEk5kmYICaqh4pDRDIhsuHAeILyk oO9eUa94Aya+i+WBc09T7TZAmhHslp9NpPQFVGhp7EXkmy7vdQfDw7WfiRkX0daW GTMZbg6LOmlxsdqTHrGQShNNBFAVTjV1QgTNB7ewyLHqR15l6atGZGWX1cRYi/rs Rg5h5TTVbLCg5DL672ms+CiGBM+6J+jtXhEz7NaX6ffJMixqYrqsjXMCSUVyk7U2 NUQIU7XSvlbag2C/kKCoJSa60NcC6kF9mfemnAMmzA3201BjRCHG2fztYHoEEU2o nEmE6/dhr/AhWgusWBgXgT6H2gnkInvG+nkEi39shf+tvDc7RUnCBniYuIAwSusO 7kTwahEuwvKWPSl3xhFl =xpy6 -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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