Two styles of message can be selected, "Short", or "Long". The "Short" style is more heavily abbreviated, and a seperate message is generated for each site. The "Long" style gathers the alerts for all sites into a single email.
The Subject of the email is always YKSAlert. the "Short" style messages are numbered in the Subject, and the last message of a series also shows the total number, thus the subject YKSAlert 1/1 shows the message is the first and last in a series.
The table shows the abbreviations for the "Short" and "Long" styles.
|F:||Found:||Starts the body of the message.|
|S||Site||Heading for the alerts from one site, always followed by the abbreviation of the site.|
|Abbreviation||Organisation||URL / Description|
|CERT||Carnegie Mellon CERT Coordination Center||http://www.cert.org/nav/index_red.html|
|CERT/CC does not list a severity for their alerts.|
|SecurityFocus does not list a severity for their alerts.|
|CIAC||U.S. Department of Energy Computer Incident Advisory Capability||http://www.ciac.org/ciac/bulletinsByType/bul_high_risk.html|
|Only High Risk Vulnerabilities from the U.S. DOE-CIAC are monitored.|
|SecuriTeam does not list a severity for their alerts.|
|ISS||Internet Security Systems: XForce Research||http://xforce.iss.net/xforce/alerts/alerts|
|ISS does not list a severity for their alerts.|
|CCERT||CERNET Computer Emergency Response Team||http://www.ccert.edu.cn/announce/index.php|
|CERNET does not list a severity for their alerts.|
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