Public source code repositories, from Sourceforge to GitHub, from the Linux Kernel Archives to ReactOS.org, from PHP Packagist to the Python Package Index, better known as PyPI, are a fantastic source...
The Rust for Linux project, sponsored by Google, has advanced with use of a beta Rust compiler (as opposed to a nightly build), testing ARM and RISC-V architecture support, new Rust abstractions, and more. Torvalds reckons 'it might be mergeable for 5.14'.
The Internet Security Research Group - backed by Google's financial support - has provided prominent developer Miguel Ojeda with a one-year contract to work on Rust in Linux and other security efforts full-time.
To tackle the growing threat of attacks on the software supply chain, Google has proposed the Supply chain Levels for Software Artifacts framework, or SLSA which is pronounced "salsa". Can Google's 'salsa' make life harder for supply chain attackers? Comment below - we want to hear what you think!
As the Linux Foundation's Zephyr Project celebrates its fifth anniversary, it has become apparent that addressing constrained device security challenges is more critical than ever. Luckily, the Zephyr Project is rising to meet these challenges. Learn how.