How could we accelerate *deployment* of verified reproducible builds?
holger at layer-acht.org
Mon Feb 1 17:27:08 UTC 2021
On Mon, Feb 01, 2021 at 11:34:39PM +0800, Justin Cappos wrote:
> Great question. I hope if you don't mind that I reply on list.
> in-toto provides a way to know what / how many keys should be trusted for
> the build servers (and rotate them / replace them securely if needed, for
> example if a compromise occurs). It also performs checks to make sure that
> what goes into the reproducible build process was actually a signed /
> tagged git release. Following the reproducible builds process, it makes
> sure that any localization or further work on the reproducible builds
> output (if present) also actually used the result of the reproducible build.
apt-transport-in-toto has just been accepted into the Debian archive and
thus *should* make it into the next Debian release bullseye, which (AFAIUI)
means we can now setup rebuilders and then will be able to use apt-transport-in-toto
to enforce apt to only install packages which were reproducibed on X builders.
Also, hopefully maybe. ;p I'll celebrate this when I see it working. ;)
Cheers go to Lukas Puehringer and Frédéric Pierret for making the Debian
package and the whole in-toto team! (and a tiny bit to yours truely.)
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