Integrating Mender State Scripts in Yocto - A Step by Step Guide
This tutorial will explain specifically the concept of state scripts in the OTA solution Mender.io and give an example of how to integrate them into Yocto embedded Linux.
To begin with, let’s explain what Mender state scripts are and what typical use cases they can serve? The Mender Client has the ability to run scripts at defined points in the update deployment procedure. Those state scr...Read the article
CVE-2022-29555 and CVE-2022-29556 - vulnerabilities in iot-manager and deviceconnect
We recently discovered two vulnerabilities in Mender, thanks to the security researchers April Chaire, Jeff Hofmann, Joey Perme, Nathaniel Singer and Matteo Tarbet, and we have now fixed them.
The deviceconnect microservice in Mender before version 3.2.2 allows Cross-Origin WebSocket Hijacking. The vulnerability is present in the following versions of the product: 2.6.x, 2.7.x, 3.0.x, 3.1.x, 3.2...Read the article
Understand Azure IoT Hub Device Twins with Mender
Mender users may often deal with device inventory information such as CPU model, IP address, and software versions pertaining to each device. Mender users may also be using Azure IoT Hub for device fleet application telemetry which can contain a set of additional device information. These two services, Mender and Azure IoT Hub, initially may exist in silos which could mean managing and dealing wit...Read the article
Azure IoT Device Provisioning Service - An Introduction
Mender offers an integration with Azure IoT Hub. The integration allows to automate the inclusion of new devices into your Azure IoT Hub account having a simpler provisioning workflow by adding them into Mender. The devices added to Mender automatically provisioned and authenticated with Azure IoT Hub. Click here to learn more about the workflow or go to our Documentation to see how to quick...Read the article
Mender 2.6.4, 3.0.2 and 3.1.1 released
We are happy to announce the production releases of Mender 2.6.4, 3.0.2 and 3.1.1!
All these are patch releases and only include stability enhancements, but no new features. These releases are a good option if you would like to get the latest bugfixes but not yet ready to move to Mender 3.2.
You can see the full list of changes in the Mender 2.6.4, 3.0.2 3.1.1 Changelogs.Read the article