Posts Tagged ‘hardware’

Andrew “bunnie” Huang recently presented at the 36th Chaos Communication Congress (36C3) on ‘Open Source is Insufficient to Solve Trust Problems in Hardware‘ with an accompanying blog post ‘Can We Build Trustable Hardware?‘. His central point is that Time-of-Check to Time-of-Use (TOCTOU) is very different for hardware versus software, and so open source is less helpful in mitigating […]


This is the blog version of a Twitter conversation with my colleague Graham Chastney. Huawei, and the war on trade POTUS #45 has been pursuing a ‘trade war’ with China, as this appears to be popular with his base, even though it makes stuff more expensive for them and will ultimately harm the US economy. […]


RISC-V[1] is something that I’ve been aware of via the Open Source Hardware Users Group (OSHUG) for a little while, and their most recent meeting was a RISC-V special, with talks on core selection and porting FreeBSD to the platform. Suddenly it seems that RISC-V is all over the news. A sample from the last […]