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Cook: security things in Linux v5.8

Kees Cook catches up with the security-related changes in the 5.8 kernel release. “With this in place, Jump-Oriented Programming (JOP, where code gadgets are chained together with jumps and calls) is no longer available to the attacker. An attacker’s code must make direct function calls. This...

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Open source “vaccine passports:” Linux Foundation Public Health talks development, security, and digitally restoring trust>

The COVID-19 Credentials Initiative (CCI) – hosted by Linux Foundation Public Health (LFPH) – is working to standardize an approach to vaccination credentials. Continue Reading — Open source “vaccine passports:” Linux Foundation Public Health talks development, security, and digitally restoring trust>

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Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Docker

Buy it now! Read a sample Jonni’s been arguing with me this issue – he thinks Linux Format readers don’t need virtual machine orchestration. Of course, as always, he’s right, but I’ve never let being wrong stop me before… Just because you don’t actually “need” something...

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