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mercredi 13 janvier 2021, 01:25
The problems with 'vendoring' in packages—bundling dependencies rather than getting them from other packages—seems to crop up frequently these days. We looked at Debian's concerns about packaging Kubernetes and its myriad of Go dependencies back in October. A more recent ...
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mardi 12 janvier 2021, 21:49
Stable kernels 5.10.7, 5.4.89, 4.19.167, 4.14.215, 4.9.251, and 4.4.251 have been released. They all contain important fixes and users should upgrade.
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The Google Project Zero blog is carrying a six-part series exploring, in great detail, a set of sophisticated exploits discovered in the wild. 'These exploit chains are designed for efficiency & flexibility through their modularity. They are well-engineered, complex code...
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Security updates have been issued by openSUSE (chromium), Oracle (firefox), Red Hat (kernel), Scientific Linux (firefox), Slackware (sudo), SUSE (firefox, nodejs10, nodejs12, and nodejs14), and Ubuntu (apt, linux, linux-aws, linux-aws-5.4, linux-azure, linux-azure-4.15,...
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lundi 11 janvier 2021, 22:15
The kernel project goes out of its way to facilitate building with older toolchains. Building a kernel on a new system can be enough of a challenge as it is; being forced to install a custom toolchain first would not improve the situation. So the kernel developers try to...
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (chromium, firefox, and mbedtls), Debian (coturn), Fedora (firefox, flac, and nodejs), Gentoo (ark, chromium, dovecot, firefox, firejail, ipmitool, nodejs, and pillow), Mageia (alpine, c-client, binutils, busybox, cherokee,...
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The 5.11-rc3 kernel prepatch is out for testing. 'So in the rc2 announcement notes I thought we might have a slow week for rc3 as well due to people just coming back from vacations and it taking some time for bug reports etc to start tricking in. That turned out to be the...
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samedi 9 janvier 2021, 16:38
The 5.10.6, 5.4.88, 4.19.166, 4.14.214, 4.9.250, and 4.4.250 stable kernel updates have all been released; each contains a relatively small number of important fixes.
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vendredi 8 janvier 2021, 16:48
The Fedora 34 release is planned for April 20 — a plan that may well come to fruition, given that the Fedora project appears to have abandoned its tradition of delayed releases. As part of that schedule, any proposals for system-wide changes were supposed to be posted by De...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (firefox-esr and libxstream-java), Fedora (awstats and dia), Mageia (c-ares, dash, and dovecot), openSUSE (dovecot23, gimp, kitty, and python-notebook), Oracle (kernel), SUSE (python-paramiko and tomcat), and Ubuntu (edk2, firefox, ...
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jeudi 7 janvier 2021, 18:17
A key component of system hardening is restricting access to memory; this extends to preventing the kernel itself from accessing or modifying much of the memory in the system most of the time. Memory that cannot be accessed cannot be read or changed by an attacker. On many...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (golang-websocket, nodejs, and pacemaker), Fedora (mingw-binutils and rubygem-em-http-request), and Ubuntu (linux-oem-5.6 and p11-kit).
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The LWN.net Weekly Edition for January 7, 2021 is available.
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mercredi 6 janvier 2021, 21:36
The idea of Reproducible Builds—being able to recreate bit-for-bit identical binaries using the same source code—has gained momentum over the last few years. Reproducible builds provide some safeguards against bad actors in the software supply chain. But building...
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Just because something is traditional does not imply that it is necessarily a good idea. As a case in point, consider LWN's tradition of starting the year with some predictions for what is to come; some may be obvious while others are implausible, but none of them are...
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The 5.10.5, 5.4.87, and 4.19.165 stable kernel updates have been released; each contains another set of important fixes.
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (cairo, dovecot, and minidlna), Oracle (ImageMagick), Scientific Linux (ImageMagick), SUSE (clamav, dovecot23, java-1_8_0-ibm, and tomcat), and Ubuntu (linux, linux-aws, linux-aws-5.4, linux-azure, linux-azure-5.4, linux-gcp,...
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James Bottomley has posted a detailed description of what it takes to get an encrypted image running securely with AMD's SEV mechanism. 'In this post I’ll discuss how you actually bring up a confidential VM from an encrypted image while preserving secrecy. However, first a ...
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mardi 5 janvier 2021, 21:48
TuxMake is an open-source project from Linaro that began in May 2020 and is designed to make building Linux kernels easier. It provides a command-line interface and a Python library, along with a full set of curated portable build environments distributed as container...
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Security updates have been issued by Arch Linux (dovecot, poppler, roundcubemail, and rsync), Debian (csync2 and gssproxy), Fedora (grafana, perl-Convert-ASN1, and python-py), openSUSE (privoxy), Oracle (kernel), Red Hat (ImageMagick and kernel), SUSE (ceph, dovecot22, flac, ...
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