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From: james o' hare (jamesohare69googlemail.com)
Date: Mon Mar 15 2010 - 15:35:54 CDT
On Sat, Mar 13, 2010 at 10:52 PM, Michal Zalewski <lcamtufcoredump.cx> wrote:
>> People can post code and messages on blogs and post the link to
>> Twitter, thats how the threat landscape of the future will look, we
>> don't really need mailing lists now for straight forward vulnerability
> Now, it's sort of hard to follow every existing and upcoming security
> researcher on Twitter, so it would be useful to have some sort of an
> aggregating functionality
To begin with we need a proper unbiased unmoderated comprehensive
directory of security researcher accounts.
What I was thinking was some kind of Wiki where the community can add
security researcher Twitter accounts that they find.
Plus, the Wiki could be updated with important tweets that they see,
by folks doing a copy & paste.
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