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Solo BumbleBee Makes Linux eBPF Programming Easier

Solo’s new open-source program BumbleBee will make it much easier to build Linux eBPF programs. Learn about Solo BumbleBee here.
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Microsoft Ported Sysmon to Linux and Made it Open Source

Microsoft has ported the Sysmon activity monitoring service to the Linux platform. To monitor the work of Linux, the eBPF subsystem is used, which allows you to run handlers that work at the kernel level of the operating system. The SysinternalsEBPF library is being developed separately, which includes functions useful for creating BPF handlers for […]

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Kentik Labs Launches Open Source Networking Tools With eBPF

The networking startup, Kentik Labs, has launched with open source networking tools that leverage eBPF. They say the new platform is aimed at “the other side of the house” from its usual network engineering customers. Learn more about Kenti…

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OpenSnitch Application Firewall 1.4.0 Adds eBPF And nftables Support, Allow/Block Lists

OpenSnitch, a Linux port of the Little Snitch application firewall for macOS, had a major new release today. The latest OpenSnitch 1.4.0 adds the ability to use eBPF to intercept processes, nftables support, allow/block lists, GUI improvements, and mor…

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The Multifaceted eBPF Linux Program Gets its Own Foundation

The eBPF Linux program started as just a network filter, but it’s become Linux’s swiss-army knife tool, and now its future will be in the hands of the eBPF Foundation.
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Open Source Security: A Big Problem

Open source security has been a big focus of this week’s Black Hat conference, but no open source security initiative is bolder than the one proffered by the Open Source Security Foundation (OpenSSF). Amid discussions on the security of open source technologies like eBPF and Hadoop, OpenSSF speakers Jennifer Fernick, SVP and head of global […]

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