For those of you who lost the reply to address, it is:
From: Mooney, Mike
Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 1997 7:58 AM
To: 'firewalls @
com'; 'sneakers @
EDU'; 'Mark C. Wallace'
Subject: RE: SATAN mailing list interest?
Good idea .. Any type of network management, probing or mapping tools
would be of interest to us all.
>From: Mark C. Wallace[SMTP:mcw @
>Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 1997 4:54 AM
>To: firewalls @
com; sneakers @
>Subject: Re: SATAN mailing list interest?
>Yes, I'd be interested in the lists mentioned below.
>(Sorry for the public posting, but the authors didn't include enough of
>their address for a private response.
>In message <33131AFE @
villingen>, Rohrer Ralf writes:
>>could you name the mailing list: "Security Scanners" . SATAN is a one, but
>>don't forget the others ...
>>To: 'firewalls @
com'; 'sneakers @
>>Cc: Seaton-1, Glenn
>>Subject: SATAN mailing list interest?
>>Date: Monday, 24. February 1997 19:19
>>Just wanted to get an idea if there's a general interest in the groups
>>to starting a SATAN (Security Administrator's Tool for Analyzing
>>Networks) mailing list. The purpose of this list would be to exchange
>>ideas on how to "Extend" SATAN's capabilities, ask specific questions on
>>the tool itself, etc. Please reply directly to me and I will publish
>>the results of how many people are interested. Also, you may forward
>>this message to any other mailing lists that may be interested.
>>P.S. I asked Wieste (one of SATAN's inventors) about starting such a
>>list, and he said he didn't have the time for such a task. So, I
>>thought it would be a good idea to tackle this myself (if there's enough
>>Thanks for your time.
>>Subsystems Engineering Branch
>>Shuttle Data Center/DE-CLC-A
>>407-861-7275 (phone #)
>>407-861-7470 (fax #)