Self-driving car service open sources new tool for securing firmware
Aug08

Self-driving car service open sources new tool for securing firmware

Enlarge (credit: Collin Mulliner) Developing and maintaining secure firmware for tablets, cars, and IoT devices is hard. Often, the firmware is initially developed by a third party rather than in-house. And it can be tough as projects move from inception and prototyping to full-force engineering and finally to deployment and production. Now, an engineer at self-driving car service Cruise is easing the pain with the release of...

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