OSTIF has Received Another Contribution from DuckDuckGo

Duckduckgo, the privacy search engine, has contributed to OSTIF for a second time by donating $25,000 USD. Their site that tracks their charitable donations Spread Privacy has the official announcement. These funds are not allocated to any specific project, which helps OSTIF tremendously by allowing us to spend resources on…

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A Review of the Linux Kernel’s Vulnerability Reporting and Remediation

The Linux Foundation has sponsored a review of the Linux Kernel's practices and policies around how security vulnerabilities are reported to the kernel team, how those reports are processed and addressed, and how those vulnerabilities are disclosed to the public. OSTIF, working with the team at Atredis Partners and a…

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The Linux Foundation Public Health Initiative Sponsored the Audit of COVID Exposure Notification Apps. Here Are The Results!

The Linux Foundation's Public Health (LFPH) initiative has sponsored audits of two COVID-19 exposure notification apps, COVID Shield and COVID Green. As part of their stewardship of these projects, the Linux Foundation decided that it would be prudent to perform due diligence by reviewing the design and code of the…

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What OSTIF is Working on in 2020

OSTIF is simultaneously working on multiple projects this quarter. Here is what we've been working on and what to expect over the next few months! Two projects with the Linux Foundation We are working with the Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative on the safety and security of the Linux Kernel.…

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We are Working with the Monero Community for Multiple Audits of RandomX

The Open Source Technology Improvement Fund is working with the Monero community to fund at least two (and probably three) audits of Monero RandomX. What is RandomX? RandomX is a project that implements a dynamic proof of work algorithm. The aim of an algorithm that changes is to make it…

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OSTIF is Partnering with the Internet Bug Bounty and HackerOne for Bug Bounties!

OSTIF is Partnering with the Internet Bug Bounty and HackerOne for Bug Bounties! The Open Source Technology Improvement Fund will be partnering with the Internet Bug Bounty and HackerOne in a partnership that will get our supported projects listed on HackerOne with no overhead costs! HackerOne is the de-facto site…

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OSTIF is Working with Monero Research Lab on Bulletproofs

OSTIF is Working with Monero Research Lab on Bulletproofs We are happy to announce that we have been working with the Monero project to help them locate auditing resources for Bulletproofs. This code review is to evaluate the safety of the implementation of Bulletproofs into Monero, which promises to dramatically…

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We are giving the warmest welcome to Private Internet Access for Becoming our First Platinum Sponsor

Welcome to Private Internet Access for Becoming our First Platinum Sponsor! We are welcoming Private Internet Access to the OSTIF family, as they have became our first platinum sponsors. Their commitment to free and open software has been tremendous, first funding two OpenVPN code review projects and now the OpenSSL…

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