[Dshield] Mail list for new virus events

Paul Marsh pmarsh at nmefdn.org
Thu Mar 4 20:41:31 GMT 2004


I don't know the protocol each vendor follows and I think it has
something to do with where you are on the vendors list.  I find that
Symantec is usually a day behind and only sends a notification on a
level three or above.  McAfee is hit or miss but F-Secure and Trend are
very timely.

Thanx, Paul

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Alan Frayer [mailto:afrayer at frayernet.com] 
> Sent: Thursday, March 04, 2004 02:55 PM
> To: General DShield Discussion List
> Subject: [Dshield] Mail list for new virus events
> 
> I've been reading (and occasionally writing to) the DShield 
> lists for a while now, and recently found the need for 
> dependable notification of new viruses. 
> 
> I've read the recent discussion of timing issues, but my 
> needs are not as critical, since I don't actually have 
> control over the anti-virus efforts of the people I'm 
> helping. I'm simply providing a heads-up as new viruses 
> strike the scene (and for my purposes, Linux is a wonderful 
> desktop OS).
> 
> I see reports coming from various places, but I'm not sure 
> what mail list I can join for truly accurate early reports on 
> viruses and their behavior.
> 
> Does the List have any suggestions (beyond Current at dshield.org)?
> 
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