Episode 343 – Stop trying to fix the open source software supply chain

Josh and Kurt talk about a blog post that explains there isn’t really an open source software supply chain. The whole idea of open source being one thing is incorrect, open source is really a lot of little things put together. A lot of companies and organizations get this wrong. Show Notes

Episode 334 – Leap seconds break everything

Josh and Kurt talk about leap seconds. Every time there’s a leap second, things break. Facebook wants to get rid of them because they break computers, but Google found a clever way to keep leap seconds without breaking anything. Corner cases are hard, security is often just one huge corner case. There are lessons weContinue reading “Episode 334 – Leap seconds break everything”

Episode 286 – Open source supply chain with Google’s Dan Lorenc

Josh and Kurt talk to Dan Lorenc from Google about supply chain security. What’s currently going on in this space and what sort of new thing scan we look forward to? We discuss Google’s open source use, Project Sigstore, the SLSA framework and more. Show Notes Dan’s Twitter Sigstore SLSA Framework

Episode 206 – Confidential Virtual Machines; The future of cloud computing

Josh and Kurt talk about Google’s new confidential VMs. The AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization is the technology that makes it all possible. What is SEV, how does it work, and why should you care? This technology is going to be the future of the cloud. Show Notes Google confidential VMs AMD SEV SEV vs SGXContinue reading “Episode 206 – Confidential Virtual Machines; The future of cloud computing”

Episode 204 – What Would Apple Do?

Josh and Kurt talk about some recent security actions Apple has taken. Not all are good, but in general Apple is doing things to benefit their customers (their customers are not advertisers). We also discuss some of the challenges when your customers are advertisers. Show Notes Apple one year certificates Apple declines to implement 16Continue reading “Episode 204 – What Would Apple Do?”