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Mike Bursell

A fair amount of the development for this release has been in functionality which won’t be visible to most users, including a major rewrite of the TEE/host interface component that we call sallyport. You will, however, notice that TLS support has been added to network connections from applications within the Keep. This is transparent to the application, so “Where does the certificate come from?” I hear you ask. The answer to that is from the attestation service that’s also part of this release. We’ll be talking more about that in further releases and articles, but key to the approach we’re taking is that interactions with the service (we call it the “Steward”) is pretty much transparent to users and applications.

Source: Alice, Eve and Bob – a security blog

Link: https://aliceevebob.com/2022/03/16/enarx-0-3-0-chittorgarh-fort/

Mike Bursell

The big change in Enarx 0.2.0 is the addition of support for networking. Until now, there wasn’t much you could really do in an Enarx Keep, honestly: you could run an application, but all it could to for input and output was read from stdin and write to stdout or stderr. While this was enough to prove that you could write and compile applications to WebAssembly and run them, any more complex interaction with the world outside the Keep was impossible. So, why is this big news? Well, now it’s possible to write applications that you can talk to over the network.

Source: Alice, Eve and Bob – a security blog

Link: https://aliceevebob.com/2022/02/15/enarx-0-2-0-balmoral-castle/

Mike Bursell

We have our first release of Enarx, and a new look for the website. This first release, version 0.1.1, is codenamed Alamo, and provides an easy way in to using Enarx. As always, it’s completely open source: you can look at every single line of our code. It doesn’t provide a full feature set, but what it does do is allow you, for the first time, to write an application, compile it to WebAssembly, and then run it.

Source: Alice, Eve and Bob – a security blog

Link: https://aliceevebob.com/2021/11/02/enarx-first-release/