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Ross Anderson, Computer and Communications Security Review
Keywords: computer communications, reviews
Abstract: `Computer and Communications Security Reviews' provides abstracts of all current research in the field - or at least all that I manage to get hold of! Coverage includes some 30-40 conferences a year and over 100 journals. These files contain the back numbers of volumes 1 and 2, and volume 3 number 1. As we now have no paper copies left of volume 1, and relatively few of volume 2, the publisher has decided to make the postscript available at no charge.

EFF, EFF Computer Underground Digest (CuD)
Abstract: The Computer Underground Digest as archived by the EFF.

Unknown, The Clipper Chip
Abstract: This directory is a repository of primary and secondary source documents on the executive branch's wiretap chips. A primary source is the words of people and organizations themselves: press releases, answers to questions, testimony. Secondary sources are people talking about primary sources; most of it here is journalism, but historical writings are always secondary sources as well. Secondary sources are often easier to read at the cost of distortion and bias. Primary sources are where the action is, it's where the facts are.

Scott Davis, The Journal of American Underground Computing
Abstract: "The underground press serves as the only effective counter to a growing power, and more sophisticated techniques used by establishment mass media to falsify, misrepresent, misquote, rule out of consideration as a priori ridiculous, or simply ignore and blot out of existence: data, books, discoveries that they consider prejudicial to establishment interest..."

EFF, EFF Phrack Newsletter Archive
Abstract: The Phrack newsletter as archived by the EFF.

Carl Landwehr, Cipher Newsletter
Keywords: cipher, newsletter
Abstract: Newsletter of the IEEE Computer Society's TC on Security and Privacy

GreatCircle, Firewalls mailing list
Abstract: The Firewalls mailing list as archived on GreatCircle.com

Unknown, Security Mailing List Back Issues
Abstract: Security Mailing List back issues.

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