Arch Linux’s February ISO is to be the last release with i686 support, and will only receive updates for the next nine months. According to Archlinux.org it is due to a decreasing lack of popularity among devs and the community. The people at Arch are encouraging anyone still interested to “keep it alive” with some guidance from the Arch team.
Over at Vusec they document a side-channel attack, which can detect which locations in the page table are accessed by the memory management unit. The attack takes advantage of the cache hierarchy of modern processors being shared by untrusted applications. More details in the link below.
OpenSSL 1.1.0 updates to 1.1.0e.
Ubuntu releases 16.04.2 LTS.