RUS-CERT is the Computer Emergency Response Team of Stuttgart University.
Despite its name containing the letters “RUS”, which is the abbreviation for “Rechenzentrum Universität Stuttgart” (Computing Center of Stuttgart University) it is not part of the computing center but a department of the university’s administrative body.
The name origins of its roots, it started 1998 as a department of RUS and was transformed into an entity directly reporting to the administrative head of Stuttgart University in 2001. Since by then the name “RUS-CERT” already was well-known in the community, it was decided to keep it.
If you are looking for the Russian CERT you might want to go to RU-CERT .
RUS-CERT is the default IT security contact for the following IP address ranges:
- 126.96.36.199 through 188.8.131.52 (184.108.40.206/16)
- 220.127.116.11 through 18.104.22.168 (22.214.171.124/16)
- 126.96.36.199 through 188.8.131.52 (184.108.40.206/17)
- 220.127.116.11 through 18.104.22.168 (22.214.171.124/24, 126.96.36.199/22, 188.8.131.52/22, 184.108.40.206/24)
Systems using an IP address in these ranges as well as all users of such are part of RUS-CERT’s constituency.
RUS-CERT’s Postal Address
Telephone: 0711/685-1-CERT (2378)
Please send mail to just one of the mailboxes. Messages sent to multiple mailboxes will be handled with reduced priority.
Please avoid using HTML in email. HTML is not designed to be used in email messages and can introduce security risks. It is also widely used in spam hence messages containing HTML often are classified as spam and segregated. Therefore, RUS-CERT does not support HTML messages.
Each message sent to one of RUS-CERT’s mailboxes will receive a case number in the following form: [RUS-CERT#nnnnnn].
Please include this number (including the brackets) in the subject of all further messages concerning the same issue.
Please send reports about suspicious behavior of hosts or network devices to this address.
Please report suspected Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) violations or violations of the User Regulations for Digital Information Processing and Communication Equipment (IaC) at the University of Stuttgart to this mailbox, especially if your complaint contains personally identifiable information.
firstname.lastname@example.org (the university’s firewall)
Contact persons internally registered to RUS-CERT may notify change requests for filter rules in the perimeter firewall to this address. See also Uni-Firewall.
Please report networking problems (LAN/MAN/WAN) or trouble with network infrastructure (DNS, SMTP) to this mailbox. Problems concerning network operation are not in RUS-CERT’s but in the scope of responsibiliy of the LAN department (NKS of Stuttgart University’s computing center).
If you’re not sure which address you should use, write to email@example.com.
You can use our OpenPGP-Keys for encrypted communication with individual RUS staff members.
Please use the role e-mailboxes as explained above by default. Personal e-mail addresses should be used in special cases only.
|Oliver Göbelfirstname.lastname@example.org||Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Stuttgart University|
|Peter Ulberemail@example.com||Deputy Chief Information Security Officer, Information Security Management|
|Manuel Schneiderfirstname.lastname@example.org||Information Security Operations|
|Stefan Bühleremail@example.com||administration, development, conceptual security|
- Friedemann Bauer
- Jochen Thomas Bauer
- Matthias Bilger
- Jochen Buchholz
- Thomas Fabritius
- Tom Fischer
- Anselm Garbe
- Igor Gilitschenski
- Bertram Lindner
- Sebastian Korff
- Christian Lützelberger
- Sonja Lützelberger
- Oleksiy Lysyy
- Milosch Meriac
- Zafer Özalt
- Jennifer Regner
- Helmut Springer
- Bernd Vierling
- Florian Weimer
- Boris Wesslowski