Himalaya: Listen. Learn. Grow.
We take a look at a few exciting features coming to Linux kernel 5.6, including the first steps to multipath TCP.
Plus the latest Intel speculative execution vulnerability, and Microsoft's troubled history with certificate renewal.
- Oregon company makes top bid for Microsoft check - CNET
- Microsoft’s failures to renew: Teams, Hotmail, and Hotmail.co.uk | Ars Technica
- Microsoft Teams goes down after Microsoft forgot to renew a certificate - The Verge
- Browser review: Microsoft’s new “Edgium” Chromium-based Edge | Ars Technica
- Linus Torvalds pulled WireGuard VPN into the 5.6 kernel source tree | Ars Technica
- Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Adds WireGuard Support - Phoronix
- Multipath TCP Support Is Working Its Upstream - First Bits Landing With Linux 5.6 - Phoronix
- MultiPath TCP - Linux Kernel implementation
- Upstreaming multipath TCP
- LPC2019 - Multipath TCP Upstreaming - YouTube
- LPC2019 - Multipath TCP Upstreaming - Slides
- LPC2019 - Multipath TCP Upstreaming - Paper
- Using MultiPath TCP to enhance home networks
- Linux 5.6 Crypto Getting AVX/AVX2/AVX-512 Optimized Poly1305
- CacheOut Paper
- Intel Responds to ZombieLoad and CacheOut Attacks | Tom's Hardware
- New CacheOut Attack Targets Intel CPUs, Leaks Data From VMs And Secure Enclave