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Kubernetes Security

DNS Spoofing on Kubernetes Clusters

In this post I’ll describe how an attacker, who manages to run malicious code on a cluster can, with no special permissive permissions, successfully spoof DNS responses to all the applications running on the cluster, and from there execute a MITM (Man In The Middle) on all network traffic of pods.Before we get into …

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Cryptocurrency Miners Abusing Containers

Cryptocurrency Miners Abusing Containers: Anatomy of an (Attempted) Attack

This isn't a story about a Docker vulnerability; it's a story about how hackers are looking for unsecured Docker deployments where they can mine cryptocurrency. You shouldn't leave your Docker daemon unsecured  any more than you would leave your mail server unsecured.

We’ve heard many accounts of attempted …

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Targeting Container Developers BlackHat 2017

BlackHat 2017: Multi-Stage Attack Targeting Container Developers

In just about a week we will be live on stage at BlackHat 2017 with this tersely titled talk: Well that Escalated Quickly! How Abusing Docker API Led to Remote Code Execution Same Origin Bypass and Persistence in the Hypervisor via Shadow Containers, and we are very excited.

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