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SecurityFocus
OwnerNortonLifeLock since 2002
Created byMark Rasch and Kevin Poulsen
URLwww.securityfocus.com

SecurityFocus was an online computer security news portal and purveyor of information security services. Home to the well-known Bugtraq mailing list, SecurityFocus columnists and writers included former Department of Justice cybercrime prosecutor Mark Rasch, and hacker-turned-journalist Kevin Poulsen.[1]

References

  1. ^ Dede, David (2010-03-11). "Good bye securityfocus". Sucuri Blog. Retrieved 2023-09-11.