LAN 263: Linux Action News 263¶
- Air Date: 2022-10-20
- Duration: 17 mins 20 secs
About this episode¶
What makes Google's new OS so secure, a critical WiFi vulnerability in the Kernel, and why Linus is tapping the hype breaks for Linux 6.1.
- Linode: Sign up using the link on this page and receive a $100 60-day credit towards your new account.
- Kolide: User-centered, cross-platform endpoint security for teams that Slack.
- Announcing KataOS and Sparrow — Our team in Google Research has set out to solve this problem by building a provably secure platform that's optimized for embedded devices that run ML applications.
- Google launches KataOS
- Google Announces KataOS As Security-Focused OS, Leveraging Rust & seL4 Microkernel
- Some remotely exploitable kernel WiFi vulnerabilities — It would appear that there is a set of memory-related vulnerabilities in the kernel's WiFi stack that can be exploited over the air via malicious packets; five CVE numbers have been assigned to the set.
- Linux Gets Patched For WiFi Vulnerabilities That Can Be Exploited By Malicious Packets - Phoronix
- Firefox 106 Brings Improved WebRTC - Better Screen Sharing On Wayland — Firefox 106 upgrades its WebRTC capabilities to now make use of libwebrtc 103.
- impervious.ai — A Suite of Peer-to-Peer Tools for Communications, Data Transport, and Payments, Built Directly Into the Web Browser
- Impervious Ai GitHub
- You’re invited to the Fedora Linux 37 Release Party! — Please register on Hopin and join us on November 4th and 5th for a short program of informational sessions and social activities.
- Fedora Linux 37 Release Party Registration
- Linus Torvalds to Linux devs: Stop pulling all-nighters — "Let me just say that after I got my machine sorted out and caught up with the merge window, I was somewhat frustrated with various late pull requests. I've mentioned this before, but it's really quite annoying to get quite a few pull requests in the last few days of the merge window"
- Linux 6.1 Features Include Initial Rust Code, MGLRU, New AMD CPU Features, More Security
- Linux 6.1 Will Likely Be This Year’s LTS Kernel Release
- Taming the Beast - LUP 480
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