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Date: Wed, 16 Dec 2020 20:38:25 +0530 (IST)
From: P J P <>
To: QEMU Developers <>
cc: oss security list <>, 
    Daniel Berrange <>, 
    Michael Tsirkin <>, Petr Matousek <>, 
    Stefano Stabellini <>, 
    Michael Roth <>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE] qemu-security mailing list


* QEMU project has set-up a dedicated mailing list to receive and triage all
   its security issues.

   Please see:

* If you are a security researcher OR think you've found a potential security
   issue in QEMU, please kindly follow the new process to report your issues.

* This is a moderated mailing list. It is meant for systematic handling of
   QEMU security issues and coordinate their public disclosure.

* Membership of this list is limited to people involved in the analysis and
   triage of QEMU security issues.

* To report QEMU security issues you need/should not subscribe to this list.

* We'd like to invite representatives of security teams who are downstream
   consumers of QEMU to contact the list, if they wish to participate in the
   triage process.

* All members will be required to agree and adhere to the embargo rules and

Thank you.
Prasad J Pandit / Red Hat Product Security Team
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