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What have we learned from the Heartbleed vulnerability?

Martin Bellet (Citizen Press) - 17/06/2014

In April the general public became aware of a major vulnerability in internet protocol security: Heartbleed.

Stéphane Glondu, an engineer at Inria Nancy - Grand Est in the CASSIS and CARAMEL teams, discusses this discovery and the lessons to be learned.


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Solutions Linux

Open source software

Linux / Open Source Solutions

5/04/2011 to 7/04/2011

The European event for the open source software scene.

Place : Paris - Porte de Versailles


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Gaspard Perrot, winner of the 2014 Boost Your Code contest


Gaspard Perrot, a computer science student at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis is this year’s lucky winner of the Boost Your Code contest. His software development project won over the members of the jury and has already been selected for a Crossroads of the Possible event organised by Fing in Paris on 14 June.


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The GPL research group days

8/06/2011 to 10/06/2011

The proposal from the GPL research group aims to provide structure for communities that currently exist around conferences and workshops or that result from work groups or Special Actions. This community corresponds to nearly five hundred researchers and research-lecturers.

Place : Lille, university campus of Lille 1 within the premises of Polytech


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Logiciel Libre

Free software

A player in free software and founder of IRILL

Inria continues to demonstrate a commitment to free software. Convinced that free software has a vital role to play in the development of the digital society, and with plenty of experience behind it, Inria is strengthening its policy in the field, particularly with a view to technology transfer and the announcement of a new Computer Science Innovation and Research Initiative on Free Software. Together with its public research partners and organisations involved in free software, Inria is proposing, through the Centre for Computer Science Innovation and Research in Free Software, to bring together in a single place of creation the scientific, technological and industrial expertise necessary to meet the challenges raised by the rapid expansion of free software.


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Inria at POSS 2018

Juliette Fabris, Morgane Hamon - 5/12/2018

This year, Inria will again be a partner of the Paris Open Source Summit , the biggest event in Europe for open source, free software, and open digital technology. With our involvement and commitment to free software and open science, the institute considers open source to be an important vehicle for transferring scientific research to the socio-economic world, but also an essential support tool for access to training and open science.


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OW2 open source

Open source

Inria partner of the 2019 OW2 conference

12/06/2019 to 13/06/2019

The annual OW2 conference is an international meeting of experts, architects, developers and open source project managers. Inria, support of the open source community and producer of free software, is a partner of the 2019 edition, Open Source Toward Industrial Maturity .

Place : Orange Gardens, 44 Avenue de la République, 92320 Châtillon


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Software Heritage

Raise awareness of preservation and access to software source code

Morgane Hamon (*) - 26/02/2019

This Call is addressed to all actors, from governments to companies, civil society and developers and inventors who are imagining the next disruptive technologies. Software source code is now an essential heritage for humanity, and there is an urgent need to raise awareness among decision-makers and to recognize the contribution of all software creators to digital innovation.


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