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[NOTE -- THIS IS AN AUTOMATED RESPONSE] Thank you for contacting the CERT(R) Coordination Center. We appreciate your contacting us and consider your communications with us to be very important. Because we focus our response efforts to have the greatest impact on the Internet community, we may be unable to provide you with a personal response to your message. Please review the pointers contained in this message for information which may be of immediate use to you. Section A - CERT/CC Current Activity Section B - Incident Reporting Information Section C - Vulnerability Reporting Information If you need additional information from the CERT/CC, we encourage you to begin by looking at our list of CERT/CC Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.cert.org/faq/cert_faq.html ====================================================================== Section A - CERT/CC Current Activity The CERT/CC Current Activity web page provides a summary list of the most frequent types of incident and vulnerability activity currently being reported to the CERT/CC. Please refer to this regularly updated page to obtain immediate assistance in response to frequently reported activity: http://www.cert.org/current/current_activity.html In addition, the latest CERT/CC documents can be found at: * CERT Advisories - http://www.cert.org/advisories/ * CERT Incident Notes - http://www.cert.org/incident_notes/ * CERT Vulnerability Notes - http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/ * CERT Summaries - http://www.cert.org/summaries/ * CERT Tech Tips - http://www.cert.org/tech_tips/ * What's New - http://www.cert.org/nav/whatsnew.html * CERT/CC Web Site - http://www.cert.org/ For pointers to information about computer viruses and hoaxes, please see: * http://www.cert.org/other_sources/viruses.html ====================================================================== Section B - Incident Reporting Information We appreciate receiving incident reports because it helps us to gain a better understanding of ongoing intruder activities and attack profiles. From the information we receive, we are able to identify and address critical security issues within the Internet community. Because we prioritize our response efforts to have the greatest impact on the Internet community, we are not be able to provide everyone with a personal response. For general information about reporting incidents to the CERT/CC, please see our Incident Reporting Guidelines at: http://www.cert.org/tech_tips/incident_reporting.html To report incidents to the CERT/CC, please send information about the incident in plain text format to [EMAIL PROTECTED] You may wish to use our Incident Reporting Form, located at: http://www.cert.org/reporting/incident_form.txt The CERT/CC considers the following types of incidents to be emergencies: * possible life-threatening activity * attacks on the Internet infrastructure, such as: - root name servers - domain name servers - major archive sites - network access points (NAPs) * widespread automated attacks against Internet sites * new types of attacks or new vulnerabilities If you are reporting such an emergency outside our operational hours - business days between 08:00-17:00 EST/EDT (GMT-5/GMT-4) and require immediate assistance, then please call the CERT hotline: +1 412 268 7090 If you believe the intruder activity is a threat to people's lives or to the Internet infrastructure, please contact us immediately. ====================================================================== Section C - Vulnerability Reporting Information If you would like to report a new type of vulnerability or tool being used by the intruder community, we would be interested in any details that you may have. If you are able, please include any or all of source code, log files of execution, and descriptions of operating dependencies. Please feel free to submit these details in ASCII format files (where possible) of your own design, or if you prefer to use a form, please see the file: http://www.cert.org/reporting/vulnerability_form.txt Please also encrypt the report using PGP if you are able to do so. Instructions are given at the top of the reporting form. Our vulnerability disclosure policy is available at http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/html/disclosure ====================================================================== CERT(R) Coordination Center Software Engineering Institute Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA USA 15213-3890 Internet e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (monitored during business hours) Telephone: +1-412-268-7090 24-hour hotline CERT Coordination Center personnel answer business days 08:00-17:00 EST/EDT (GMT-5)/(GMT-4), on call for emergencies during other hours. 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