Re: Lotus NOTES

Date: 12/02/02

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    To: "Bruno Mosconi" <>
    Date: Mon, 2 Dec 2002 08:46:46 -0500

    Most of the security issues associated with Lotus Notes is due to bad
    implementation, bad setup, and lack of well thought security policies. One
    of the most important pre-implementation tasks is to plan how to manage
    the Lotus PKI (how to create and manage the certifier IDs, how to
    distribute and manage the private keys to users, key recovery, etc.).
    Another major issue many times overlooked is to not take the default
    access control settings for server security, databases, and templates. You
    need to look at each one and adjust them as needed. Proper planning is

    IBM Redbook - Lotus Notes and Domino R5.0 Security Infrastructure

    Lotus security zone reference of papers and publicly known security

    Lotus Development Domain newsletter (look for articles regarding

    Lotus Fix list database (includes the current and planned security fixes
    by version):


    Deoscoidy Sanchez

    "Bruno Mosconi" <> wrote on 11/28/2002 01:07:34 PM:

    > Does anyone knows a good source of Lotus Notes security
    > issues/holes?
    > []'s Bruno Mosconi
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