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I wonder how many of those exploits were caused by using C as the Azure Sphere programming language, in spite of the security speech and Microsoft Security Response Center suggestions in safe systems programming. https://msrc-blog.microsoft.com/2019/07/16/a-proactive-approach-to-more-secure-code/
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Hi all.About this requirement: Action Required (...) Make sure SHA384 for Server certificate processing is enabled on the device. (...)I'd like to know: - Is SHA384 really mandatory? - Is it used for message authentication code purposes? - It seems our device (Sierra Wireless HL6528RD based) only su...
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@ianlee74 It isn't dead but no longer available directly. This article describes the changes and through the IoT Core Services, OEMs have access to long term support on Windows 10 IoT Core Long Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) releases along with services to publish device updates and assess device hea...
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Win10 21H2 officially released Nov. 16
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@95twr , I see that Windows IoT Core has officially been retired. Does that mean that IoT Core is dead or is this simply just a name & licensing change and we now need to get it through Windows 10 IoT Core Services? We are using IoT Core as an OS for an always disconnected device. It's not clear to ...
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