FORENSICS

FORENSICS is a moderated mailing list for the *detailed* discussion of computer security forensics.

0 Administrivia

0.1 Charter
0.1.1 What is FORENSICS?
0.1.2 What is appropriate content?
0.1.3 What is inappropriate content?
0.1.4 Is the list moderated?
0.1.5 Who is the moderator?

0.2 History
0.2.1 When was FORENSICS created?

0.3 List Management
0.3.1 How do I subscribe?
0.3.2 How do I unsubscribe?
0.3.3 How do I disable mail delivery temporarily?
0.3.4 Is the list available in a digest format?
0.3.5 How do I subscribe to the digest?
0.3.6 How do I unsubscribe from the digest?
0.3.7 I seem to not be able to unsubscribe. What is going on?
0.3.8 Can you add a tag like "FORENSICS" to the subject line of each message?
0.3.9 How can I tell whether I am subscribed to the list?



0 Administrivia
0.1 Charter
0.1.1 What is FORENSICS?

FORENSICS is a moderated mailing list for the *detailed* discussion of computer security forensics.

0.1.2 What is appropriate content?

Please follow the below guidelines on what kind of information should be posted to the FORENSICS list:

1. Technical Methodology for the Application of Computer Forensics. This is not system or software specific and is open for wide discussion. This dicussion will be centered around such things as:

2. Process Methodology for the Application of Computer Forensics. This dicussion will be centered around such things as:

0.1.3 What is inappropriate content?

A) Product advertisements. Discussion of tools/products is fine, marketing hype is not.
B) Discussion of legal issues surrounding this topic. This list will serve people from differant geographical areas and discussion of regional laws will turn into a sinkhole. The FAQ for this list will possibly contain country/region specific legal information over time.

0.1.4 Is the list moderated?

Yes.

0.1.5 Who are the moderators?

Scott C. Zimmerman, CISSP <scott@nexus.net>.

0.2 History
0.2.1 When was FORENSICS created?

FORENSICS was created on Friday, the 20th of October, 2000 by SecurityFocus.com.

0.3 List Management
0.3.1 How do I subscribe?

Send an e-mail message to forensics-subscribe@securityfocus.com. The contents of the subject or message body do not matter. You will receive a confirmation request message to which you will have to answer.

0.3.2 How do I unsubscribe?

Send an e-mail message to forensics-unsubscribe@securityfocus.com from the subscribed address. The contents of the subject or message body do not matter. You will receive a confirmation request message to which you will have to answer.

If your email address has changed email and you will be manually removed.

0.3.3 How do I disable mail delivery temporarily?

Unsubscribe from the list and resubscribe to start receiving mailing list traffic again.

0.3.4 Is the list available in a digest format?

Yes. The digest is generated once a day.

0.3.5 How do I subscribe to the digest?

Send an e-mail message to forensics-digest-subscribe@securityfocus.com. The contents of the subject or message body do not matter. You will receive a confirmation request message to which you will have to answer.

0.3.6 How do I unsubscribe from the digest?

Send an e-mail message to forensics-digest-unsubscribe@securityfocus.com from the subscribed address. The contents of the subject or message body do not matter. You will receive a confirmation request message to which you will have to answer.

0.3.7 I seem to not be able to unsubscribe. What is going on?

You are probably subscribed from a different address than that from which you are sending commands to the list from. Either send email from the appropriate address or email listadmin@securityfocus.com to be unsubscribed manually.

0.3.8 Can you add a tag like "[FORENSICS]" to the subject line of each message?

Not at this time.

0.3.9 How can I tell whether I am subscribed to the list?

Send an e-mail message to forensics-query@securityfocus.com. If you want to test whether you are subscribed to the digest send an e-mail message to forensics-digest-query@securityfocus.com.


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