OpenWRT is a Linux-based OS often found in embedded

devices and network routers. Learn more: blog | article

      • MP3Gain

        MP3Gain analyzes and adjusts MP3 files so that they have the same volume by using statistical analysis to determine what those levels should be. Learn more: blog



cereal is a light-weight, general-purpose serialization library. Learn more: blog


  • GNU C Library

    The GNU C Library (glibc) is one of the most common open source C library used on Linux systems. Learn more: blog | article





Netflix Dial Reference

The DIAL server is commonly found in televisions to support online streaming services. Learn more: blog | article | GitHub


Oniguruma (regex parser used in Ruby and PHP)

Oniguruma is a regex C library commonly used as a parser in

the PHP and Ruby programming language. Learn more: GitHub


MATIO (MATLAB MAT file I/O library)

MATIO is an open source C library used for parsing MATLAB files. Read more: blog


Das U-Boot (used by Chromebooks and Kindle)

Das U-Boot is a bootloader common in embedded devices, including Amazon Kindles, ARM Chromebooks, networking hardware, and more. Read more: blog | article | GitHub

MatrixSSL & WolfSSL

MatrixSSL and WolfSSL are open source cryptographic library aimed at IoT and other lightweight use cases. Read more: blog


stb (single header C libraries)

stb is a suite of single-file C libraries containing utility functions useful to for computer graphics applications or games. Read more: blog | article


FreeImage (used to support image formats)

FreeImage is an open source library for supporting popular graphic image formats, including PNG, BMG, JPEG, TIFF, and more. Read more: blog

  • CVE-2019-13499 (pending)
  • CVE-2019-13500 (pending)
  • CVE-2019-13501 (pending)




H2O (HTTP server)

H2O is an open source HTTP server written in C. H2O is

known for its ability to deliver quicker responses to users

with less CPU utilization than older generations of web







sthttpd is an open source web server designed for

simplicity, a small execution footprint and speed.

Learn more: GitHub