neuro at well.com
Tue Nov 1 00:03:12 CET 2005
good news ... http://sf.net/projects/openvas/
Subject: SourceForge.net Project Approved
Your project registration for SourceForge.net has been approved.
Project Descriptive Name: OpenVAS
Project Unix Name: openvas
CVS Server: cvs.sourceforge.net
Shell Server: shell.sourceforge.net
Web Server: openvas.sourceforge.net
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Request (on the "alexandria" project, see below), so as that we may
look in to the problem.
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