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Cook: security things in Linux v5.1

Kees Cook reviews the security-related enhancements in the 5.1 kernel release. “Now /proc/$pid can be opened and used as an argument for sending signals with the new pidfd_send_signal() syscall. This handle will only refer to the original process at the time the open() happened, and not...


[$] The Linux “copy problem”

<p> In a filesystem session on the third day of the 2019 Linux Storage, Filesystem, and Memory-Management Summit (LSFMM), Steve French wanted to talk about copy operations. Much of the development work that has gone on in the Linux filesystem world over the last few years...


The SAP Technical Architect as a Super Hero

I’ve always been a fan of the action movie genre and, more recently, the series of movies about heroes in the comic books I enjoyed when I was a kid. For me, back then, it was all about each character’s special powers. I just wanted to...


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