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CERTs and Advisories
CERT Carnegie Mellon University's (CMU) Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) site.
CERT Vulnerability Notes The CMU-maintained National CERT Vulnerability Notes database.
National Vulnerability Database A cyber security vulnerability database hosted by NIST that integrates all publicly available U.S. Government vulnerability resources and provides references to industry resources
BugTraq Security Focus' BugTraq database.
Internet Storm Center The ISC provides a free analysis and warning service to thousands of Internet users and organizations.
Security Organizations
Institute for Security and Open Methodologies An open, collaborative, security research community.
IEEE Cyber Security Community The IEEE's open community for computer security, education, and best practices.
Wikipedia List Wikipedia's list of computer security organizations.
Security News
Bulletproof TLS Feisty Duck's TLS-focused monthly newsletter.
Security Products
Metasploit The Metasploit project for penetration testing.
Metasploit Cheat Sheet A Metasploit "cheat sheet" in various (HTML, PDF, JPEG) formats.
Fear the Metasploit Framework An article explaining the Metasploit framework.
Essential Security Tools Hacker Target's list of the 15 most useful Open Source computer security tools.
Debian Auditing Tools A list of packages available within the Debian archive which are designed to aid source code audits.
Security Information
Debian Auditing Project A site with information regarding the auditing of the source code of all setui/setgid binaries within the Debian Stable Release.
SANS Institute The SANS Institute provides training and resources for computer security.
Top 20 Controls Center for Internet Security list of top 20 security controls.
Writing Shellcode for Linux and *BSD A programmer-targeted tutorial on writing shellcodes.
Exploit Database Offensive Security's database with exploit code for analysis.
The Joy of Cryptography Mike Rosulek's free undergraduate textbook introducing students to the fundamentals of provable security.
Linux Security
Linux Security was launched in 1996 by a group of Open Source enthusiasts and security experts.
SELinux Security-Enhanced (SE) Linux project site.
Linux Security Principles Penguin Tutor's Linux-focused security overview.
Linux Security for Beginners Linuxtopia's Linux Security for Beginners guide.

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