Supercharging Your Android App with Rust Native Libraries

Before you start reading, click here to clone the project. In the realm of Android app development, prioritizing code correctness and security is essential. While managed languages like Java and Kotlin are well-suited for Android app development, system-level programming often requires languages like C and C++. However, memory safety bugs in C and C++ pose … Read more

eBPF programming on Windows

eBPF is (now!) a cross-platform technology with origins in the Linux Kernel that can run sandboxed programs in a privileged context such as the operating system kernel. It is used to safely and efficiently extend the capabilities of the kernel without requiring to change kernel source code or write drivers with the native kernel APIs. … Read more

seccomp-pledge: Enforce principle of least privilege in Linux kernel

Pledge is like the forbidden fruit we all covet when the boss says we must use things like Linux. Why does it matter? It’s because pledge() actually makes security comprehensible. Linux has never really had a security layer that mere mortals can understand. — [Justine Tunney]( The Linux kernel is a powerful piece of software … Read more

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