On September 15, Linus Torvalds announced the release of the Linux 5.3 kernel series, after a delay of one week and eight release candidates. As ever, the new release loops in a range of modest but important changes.
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On October 8–10, at the San Jose Convention Center, the KernelCare team will be in booth #1238, discussing the importance of live kernel patching. We have been live-patching Linux kernels on ARM architectures for a while now, and we’re excited to discuss embedded systems, the internet of things, and other hot-button topics. You can book a meeting here and meet KernelCare’s CEO.
Vulnerability scanners are programs that scan your system to tell you whether you have software installed with known vulnerabilities.
A short while ago, we gave you an update on our SOC2 compliance journey.
We're happy to tell you that we've passed a small but significant landmark on that road: we've just been become a SOC2 Type I compliant.
The KernelCare team are following developments for a recently-reported vulnerability involving QEMU-KVM guests running Linux kernels.
On October 8–10, 2019, KernelCare will be attending Arm TechCon 2019 at the San Jose Convention Center. KernelCare have been live-patching Linux kernels on ARM architectures for a while now, and we’re keen to keep spreading the word amongst the experts of the ARM world. We’ll be at booth #1238; you can book a meeting with KernelCare’s CEO, Igor Seletskiy, here.