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OpenStack Security Notes (OSSN)
The OpenStack Security Group (OSSG) publishes Security Notes to advise users of security related issues. Security notes are similar to advisories; they address vulnerabilities in 3rd party tools typically used within OpenStack deployments and provide guidance on common configuration mistakes that can result in an insecure operating environment.
This repository contains published Security Notes and templates that should be used when creating new Security Notes.
notes - contains Security Notes in e-mail format (see the templates) templates - contains e-mail and wiki format templates
A list of published Security Notes is available here:
The process used to create new Security Notes is available here: