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Google just tripled its bounty for Linux kernel bugs. Here's why

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Linux is everywhere and it needs extra protection, according to Google. "We are constantly investing in the security of the Linux Kernel because much of the internet, and Google – from the devices in our pockets, to the services running on Kubernetes in the cloud – depend on the security of it," said Eduardo Vela from the Google Bug Hunters Team.

SPDX becomes internationally recognized standard

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In use for a decade as the de facto standard for communicating software bills of materials, The Linux Foundation has announced that the Software Package Data Exchange (SPDX) specification has been published as ISO/IEC 5962:2021 and recognized as the open standard for security, license compliance and other software supply chain artifacts. 

Happy 30th Birthday, Linux!

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Marius Nestor celebrates Linux’s 30th birthday with a good champagne, a delicious cake and a brief recount of 30 freaking awesome years of the inherently secure and increasingly popular Linux OS - and many more to come!

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