secblog -- List for discussing secure blog software dev

 

About secblog
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This is a mailing list designed for those interested in the design and development of secblog, which is a secure blog system designed to replace all the common, unsecure ones out there on the market.

The goal is to have the system designed by security experts, rather than merely web developers.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the secblog Archives.

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