digitsix - 2:23 am on Jan 18, 2011 (gmt 0)
A server of mine recently got hacked through a vulnerability that came out for proftpd, which in turn got our server blacklisted on certain big mailing domains. This has been a painful learning process but now thats its mostly wrapped up I'm left with the task of knowing about the vulnerabilities as they come out so that I can patch them before I get hacked.
Does anyone out there know the best way to stay on top of 0-day exploits that come out ONLY for the services you are running?
I thought maybe securityfocus.org would have some sort of mailing list or RSS feed at the very least but I did not see anything like that on their site.
I really do not want to sign up to the mailing lists for all the different services I run because I really don't care about 99% of the stuff that goes out on those lists.
I just want a simple way to keep on top of security issues that arise for my services (apache, proftpd, qmail, vpopmail, courier imap, assp, php, mysql, Freebsd system)