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OpenSSF Membership Exceeds 100, With Many New Members Dedicated to Securing Open Source Software

Mar, 06/12/2022 - 1:00md
The Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF), a cross-industry organization hosted at the Linux Foundation that brings together the world's most important software supply chain security initiatives, today announced many new members from leading technology firms in sectors that span software development, cybersecurity, data science, platform-as-a-service, semiconductors, finance, think tanks, academics, and more, bringing the total number of OpenSSF members to over 100.

More CXL Work On The Way For Linux 6.2 (Compute Express Link)

Hën, 05/12/2022 - 1:00md
Thanks to the ongoing work led by Intel's Linux engineers, the upcoming Linux 6.2 kernel will feature more feature work around enabling Compress Express Link (CXL) functionality.

Heres Why You Should Get Started With Open Source Log Analytics & Monitoring Today!

Hën, 05/12/2022 - 1:00md
Telemetry data is vital for understanding how an IT environment is performing. By gathering this data and monitoring it closely, administrators can identify issues and potential problems before they cause major disruptions.

A New Linux Flaw Can Be Chained with Other Two Bugs to Gain Full Root Privileges

Hën, 05/12/2022 - 1:00md
Qualys researchers demonstrated how to chain a new Linux flaw with two other two issues to gain full root privileges on an impacted system.

Red Hat Expands Expansion of its Open Solutions on AWS

Mër, 30/11/2022 - 1:00md
Red Hat announced an expansion of its open solutions publicly available in AWS Marketplace, a digital catalogue with thousands of software listings from independent software vendors that are focused on making it easy to find, test, buy and deploy software that runs on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

What Is Linux Patching?

Mër, 30/11/2022 - 1:00md
Anytime you upgrade software, you risk something breaking. This is the nature of the IT beast. The purpose of patches is usually to fix a bug or, worse, a security vulnerability .