Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2015 14:00:29 +0100 From: Sona Sarmadi <sona.sarmadi@...a.com> To: <oss-security@...ts.openwall.com>, Solar Designer <solar@...nwall.com> Subject: membership request to the closed linux-distros security mailing list -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi, On behalf of Enea Software AB, I would like to request membership to the closed linux-distros security mailing list. Enea is an independent software vendor which have both proprietary and open source software (Enea Linux, OSE, ..). Enea's software is used in many mobile devices, telecom infrastructure (e.g. radio base stations) and other mission critical systems thus security is very important for our customers/users. I am part of the Enea Security Response Team (ESRT). You can verify this by sending an email to the Enea security team at security<at>enea<dot>com or by visiting Enea's security page: http://www.enea.com/solutions/Enea-Linux/Security/ I am also leading the security activities in the Yocto Project. The Linux Foundation hosts the Yocto Project as an open source project, provides a vendor neutral collaboration environment, and encourages community contributions in line with the best practices of the open source development model. Please note that I am only requesting membership on behalf of Enea. Our engagement in the Yocto project will however be used as a way to spread the security update to a wider audience once the embargo has expired. For further info regarding the Yocto Project security work please refer to the wiki page: https://wiki.yoctoproject.org/wiki/Security Here is my GPG fingerprint: Download public key: http://pgp.mit.edu/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x773EF6EF68716A14 pub 4096R/68716A14 2014-11-18 uid Sona Sarmadi (Sona@...T) <sona.sarmadi@...a.com> sig sig3 68716A14 2014-11-18 __________ 2016-11-18 [selfsig] Best Regards Sona Sarmadi Enea Security Team -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v2 iQIcBAEBAgAGBQJVDBntAAoJEHc+9u9ocWoUOF0P/2UtzNtqoQM/6h+kcNodkJkl j/WoTS45XndzGjacQzb7Kn9/GO7kAtIDtLiyeUaIzJECA9xwr3Jl62e05DHg8s5s j6eUZufAn9elO25Ign4YTZj7WLi9BU9/r2DwuXmNfd+TesM12iN/NiePLJhdQRuq byx+yanqJCFSOqNpoVrJjG4mcAM7xqblttyxGmx6dCOR6Q0p/GUFweLfbm+LfbH8 MuTC1WrqNV8lqHesXnzNVxVW/+Z/NcpmroSbQCl37DzUgx72rdW/iCkJoHHlXwUQ VLOUv7MDGZPgO+zJPtsAJeJDBrOgmh7XcUgix4/8xY2n0qSC5d4Edlbg8RttPWbo pvTz1+ujTRY17MBqdO0QNvXLxxS1YHzG4LvTGBBxSdF4Jl8Mvx06lN2pI0LnqIq5 KS5TiAPNZi+jeMJYEugWWkcM25VLmT70Q810W+7tOE2OEtydJcAkPiuUSyiGuIsg VZYcVTmM5ounjLtk+RLQ7Xhky82kCsQyXAXic1+2EeET8NWjQjXnXMQMs877pIOG v5jE8DZpJLXEDCY/rCWL0E2jtoPTJq9L2l+iuzDYYSFs159DbmgGK3VOfzvF/nmc ointtJLM7lCyKcpcjJ3FDaIJbPAHuZZY0jl7iFRwZ2phr6GhDBUGFCoWx+JdSBKT oJZcMz2cpGY+ZcGbXZTC =QDq+ -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----
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