Re: Security Wiki



Well I've visited a lot of those forums and informational sites and a
lot of them are either very unorganized (which is a natural tendency
for forums, it just makes it hard to find information) or
unstructured. My site would be a wiki in that the information will be
made freely available and freely editable, but it will be structured
like a standard website for the sake of organization and ease of use.

Thank you everyone for the feedback.

Derek Anderson
Deberon, LLC
960 W Ann Arbor Tr Suite 4
Plymouth, MI 48170
Phone: (734) 754-3192
Fax: (734) 405-5103
www.deberon.com



On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 11:24 AM, Anupam Kumar <anupam@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Derek,

It's not a bad idea. The problem is that there are tons of forums and
information sites out there. The biggest challenge is what things will be
different in your Wiki. If you can make something unique then certainly I
would be interested.

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Thanks and Regards
Anupam Kumar


On Thu, Dec 16, 2010 at 6:47 AM, Derek Anderson <derek@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello everyone,

I am an IT security student and was thinking about starting a wiki
where people could post updates on found exploits, viruses, and
vulnerabilities along with the appropriate fixes for them. Would that
be of interest in the community?

Thanks for any feedback.

Derek Anderson

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