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Raspbian update breaks devices

14th Mar 2019

A couple of days ago there was an incident involving Raspberry Pi devices running Raspbian. During a period of time devices could brick if you perform an ‘apt-get update && apt-get upgrade’. In this case they would brick by losing most of their functionality and if restarted they would not boot anymore.

The problem, in this case, was that a misconfigured package was uploaded (raspi-copies-and-fi...

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Will the new EU standard protect consumers from IoT products?

11th Mar 2019

The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) recently released Technical Specification 103 645, seeking to help protect consumers from IoT devices. Supported by world-class brands like ABB, Canon, Ericsson, Mitsubishi and LG Electronics can we expect this to be a first step in making IoT more secure?

The standard covers the ground from a fairly technical point of view, and talks a...

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Announcing Mender Enterprise: customized for fine-grained updates for all your software and devices

Today, we are very proud to announce the launch of Mender Enterprise here at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany!

Mender Enterprise is a commercial offering based on Mender that is customized for fine-grained updates of all your software and devices. It is the supported version of Mender that enables all your update use cases with production grade security, uptime and scalability.

The ben...

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Embedded World 2019 and an exciting announcement!

Our team is very excited to be joining Embedded World from February 26th to 28th in Nuremberg, Germany. Please visit us at Hall 4 Booth 4-671. We look forward to hearing about the many exciting projects at Embedded World:

We will also be making a very big product announcement at Embedded World, so please stay tuned!

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Announcing the migration of the mailing list to Mender Hub

18th Feb 2019

Back in December we started the discussion of where best to foster Mender’s online community. We love that we have an active mailing list for the project, but we know that mailing lists aren’t the easiest to use for everyone. We felt that moving these discussions to a forum format could make it easier for everyone - especially new users - to find the information they need and ultimately to contribute back to the Mender project.

We asked the community, and the feedback was very clearly in favor of migrating to a forum. Therefore, as of March 4th we will move the mailing list to the General Discussions category on Mender Hub!

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