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Multiven Launches the B-Fence Program to Actively Monitor and Defend all Bitcoin Nodes and their Internet Gateway Routers against Cyberattacks
Multiven today announced the launch of the Multiven B-Fence program, which has begun active monitoring and cyber-defence of all Bitcoin nodes and their internet gateway routers against all forms of advanced cyberattacks. The Multiven B-Fence application utilises a combination of open-source IP (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Multiven Launches the B-Fence Program to Actively Monitor and Defend all Bitcoin Nodes and their Internet Gateway Routers against Cyberattacks
Multiven today announced the launch of the Multiven B-Fence program, which has begun active monitoring and cyber-defence of all Bitcoin nodes and their internet gateway routers against all forms of advanced cyberattacks. The Multiven B-Fence application utilises a combination of open-source IP (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Multiven Launches the B-Fence Program to Actively Monitor and Defend all Bitcoin Nodes and their Internet Gateway Routers against Cyberattacks
Multiven today announced the launch of the Multiven B-Fence program, which has begun active monitoring and cyber-defence of all Bitcoin nodes and their internet gateway routers against all forms of advanced cyberattacks. The Multiven B-Fence application utilises a combination of open-source IP (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

Multiven Launches the B-Fence Program to Actively Monitor and Defend all Bitcoin Nodes and their Internet Gateway Routers against Cyberattacks
Multiven today announced the launch of the Multiven B-Fence program, which has begun active monitoring and cyber-defence of all Bitcoin nodes and their internet gateway routers against all forms of advanced cyberattacks. The Multiven B-Fence application utilises a combination of open-source IP (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

RISC-V's open-source architecture shakes up chip design
But what's so compelling about RISC-V isn't the technology - it's the economics. The instruction set is open source. Anyone can download it and design a chip based on the architecture without paying a fee. If you wanted to do that with ARM, you'd have to pay its developer, Arm Holding, a few (...)
[OSNews]

Breakthrough Telehealth and Medicine Today Health Innovation Journal Launches on Open Source Platform -
Partners in Digital Health has relaunched the Telehealth and Medicine Today (TMT) journal on the Open Journal System (OJS) platform. “Since TMT's last issue, we have taken the journal to an open source platform adding features reflecting TMT's leading-edge reputation in the sector. We continue (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

PowerShell launches as a snap
PowerShell Core from Microsoft is now available for Linux as a Snap. Built on the .NET Framework, PowerShell is an open source task-based command-line shell and scripting language with the goal of being the ubiquitous language for managing hybrid cloud assets. It is designed specifically for (...)
[OSNews]

SoftBank joins Linaro 96Boards Steering Committee
Linaro Ltd, the open source collaborative engineering organization developing software for the Arm® ecosystem, announced today that Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp. has joined the 96Boards initiative as a Steering Committee member. SoftBank and Linaro began cooperating in Japan (...)
[WebWire Electronic components]

SoftBank joins Linaro 96Boards Steering Committee
Linaro Ltd, the open source collaborative engineering organization developing software for the Arm® ecosystem, announced today that Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp. has joined the 96Boards initiative as a Steering Committee member. SoftBank and Linaro began cooperating in Japan (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

SoftBank joins Linaro 96Boards Steering Committee
Linaro Ltd, the open source collaborative engineering organization developing software for the Arm® ecosystem, announced today that Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp. has joined the 96Boards initiative as a Steering Committee member. SoftBank and Linaro began cooperating in Japan (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

SoftBank joins Linaro 96Boards Steering Committee
Linaro Ltd, the open source collaborative engineering organization developing software for the Arm® ecosystem, announced today that Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp. has joined the 96Boards initiative as a Steering Committee member. SoftBank and Linaro began cooperating in Japan (...)
[WebWire Computer hardware]

SoftBank joins Linaro 96Boards Steering Committee
Linaro Ltd, the open source collaborative engineering organization developing software for the Arm® ecosystem, announced today that Japanese telecommunications giant SoftBank Corp. has joined the 96Boards initiative as a Steering Committee member. SoftBank and Linaro began cooperating in Japan (...)
[WebWire Computer networks]

Writing a Game Boy emulator
Eventually, I decided to write a minimalist Game Boy interpreting emulator, without support for custom mappers or sound, (and probably many inaccuracies). I called the project Cinoop. Cinoop is written in C and is open source. It can be run on Windows, DS, GameCube, 3DS, Linux based OSes, PSP, (...)
[OSNews]

ARM kills off its anti-RISC-V smear site after own staff revolt
Arm has taken offline its website attacking rival processor architecture RISC-V within days of it going live - after its own staff objected to the underhand tactic. The site - riscv-basics.com - was created at the end of June, and attempted to smear open-source RISC-V, listing five reasons why (...)
[OSNews]

ARM launches PR attack on RISC-V
Anybody remember Microsoft's "get the facts" campaign? Well, ARM is having its "get the facts" moment, with the British company launching a site to disparage the open source RISC-V architecture. The instruction set architecture (ISA) is the foundation of all chip or System-on-Chip (SoC) (...)
[OSNews]

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