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Section - -8- I think I've found a security hole in IRIX; whom should I notify?

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Date: 31 May 1995 00:00:01 EST

  First, call the TAC as for any bug.  Next, send email to
  security-alert@sgi.com.  You can also notify CERT <cert@cert.org>, who
  will contact the appropriate people from their contact list. They may
  take some time.

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