Episode 288 – Linux Kernel compiler warnings considered dangerous

Josh and Kurt talk about some happenings in the Linux Kernel. There are some new rules around how to submit patches that goes against how GitHub works. They’re also turning all compiler warnings into errors. It’s really interesting to understand what these steps mean today, and what they could mean in the future. Show NotesContinue reading “Episode 288 – Linux Kernel compiler warnings considered dangerous”

Episode 269 – Do not experiment on the Linux Kernel

Josh and Kurt talk about the University of Minnesota experimenting on the Linux Kernel. There’s a lot to unpack in this one, but the TL;DR is you probably don’t want to experiment on the kernel. Show Notes Linux Bans University of Minnesota for Sending Buggy Patches in the Name of Research University of Minnesota securityContinue reading “Episode 269 – Do not experiment on the Linux Kernel”

Episode 215 – Real security is boring

Josh and Kurt talk about attacking open source. How serious is the threat of developers being targeted or a git repo being watched for secret security fixes? The reality of it all is there are many layers in a security journey, the most important things you can do are also the least exciting. Show NotesContinue reading “Episode 215 – Real security is boring”