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CIS K8s Benchmark Compliance & Starboard

Automating CIS Kubernetes Benchmark Compliance with Starboard Operator

Last year, we first released Starboard Operator, which automates vulnerability scanning and configuration auditing of Kubernetes workloads. We’re now pleased to announce the latest release (v0.10), which is focused on infrastructure and adds CIS Kubernetes Benchmark testing using kube-bench. The operator …

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Starboard integration with Lens Kubernetes IDE

Discover Security Risks with Starboard Extension for Lens Kubernetes IDE

When the Mirantis team announced the Lens Extensions API back in November 2020, we were excited to experiment with it and build an extension for Starboard, our open source Kubernetes native security toolkit. True to DevSecOps principles, the integration makes security reports accessible within Lens IDE, giving you …

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Starboard Operator

Automating Configuration Auditing with Starboard Operator By Aqua

Back in November 2020, we introduced the Starboard Operator, which automates vulnerability scanning in a Kubernetes environment. We’re now pleased to announce the latest release (release v0.9) which adds configuration auditing using Polaris. This means that the Operator can automatically check for weaknesses in the …

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Kubernetes Security with Starboard Operator

Automating Kubernetes Security Reporting with Starboard Operator by Aqua

Back in June 2020, we released Starboard – an open source toolkit that integrates security tools into a Kubernetes environment. We’re now happy to announce a new Starboard Operator that automates the generation of security reports in your K8s cluster. Using Starboard Operator, you can rely on the tools you’re …

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Github security scanning with trivy

Find Image Vulnerabilities Using GitHub and Aqua Security Trivy Action

Modern-day CI/CD pipelines enable new security approaches and transform the DevOps landscape to accommodate a variety of safety nets into the software supply chain. GitHub Actions is an example of one of those safety nets, making it possible to perform a variety of pipeline steps (build, test, and deploy) from …

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Hacktoberfest 2020

Hacktoberfest 2020: Celebrate Open Source with Aqua!

October is upon us, and Hacktoberfest is here again! It’s the month-long celebration of something we all love – open source. Our second annual Hacktoberfest officially kicks off now!

In honor of Hacktoberfest, we want to recognize our community and reward your contributions to our open source projects during …

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Uncover Malware Payload Executions Automatically with Tracee

We have some exciting news about two new features in Tracee, Aqua’s open source container and system tracing utility. Now, Tracee is much more than just a system call tracer, it’s a powerful tool that can be used to perform forensic investigations and dynamic analysis of binaries – both are incredibly useful when …

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Trivy VS Code Plugin

Using Trivy to Discover Vulnerabilities in VS Code Projects

For most of us developers, our container security protocol involves some sort of static image scan for vulnerabilities. Unfortunately, to do this usually involves jumping out of one type of software program, like a code editor, to open a completely separate tool to perform the scanning. Well, the open source team …

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Starboard: The Kubernetes-Native Toolkit for Unifying Security

There are lots of security tools in the cloud native world, created by Aqua and by others, for identifying and informing users about security issues in Kubernetes environments. However powerful and useful they might be, they tend to sit alongside Kubernetes, with each new product requiring users to learn a separate …

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Open source vulnerability scanner

Trivy Image Vulnerability Scanner Now Under Apache 2.0 License

In our view, making security tools easy to use is one of the best ways to increase adoption and help end users improve the security of their deployments. One of the strengths of our open source vulnerability scanner for container images, Trivy, is that it’s very easy to install and to integrate into different …

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Kube-Query: A Simpler Way to Query Your Kubernetes Clusters

osquery is a SQL powered operating system instrumentation, monitoring, and analytics tool that exposes an operating system as a relational database. Using SQL, you can run queries to gain the status of your entire infrastructure. What’s cool about osquery is how easy it is to use the SQL query interface. kube-query …

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