A few months ago I was lucky enough to get my hands on Fargate when it was in preview in the run-up to AWS re:invent. It was immediately clear that it’s a pretty cool concept, and that it presents a new challenge for security solutions like Aqua, because of the lack of a “host” entity on which you can deploy your …
Co-written by Nahman Khayet and Michael Cherny
eBPF Verifier Bypass Vulnerability
Many of our customers run container workloads on AWS - hardly surprising given Amazon’s lead position in the cloud market. But AWS also offers some distinct advantages to those running containers, including a set of highly-integrated services that take the pain away from managing deployments.
Yesterday Microsoft dropped a bombshell in containersphere, announcing Azure Container Instances, or ACI.
Red Hat OpenShift container platform is one of the popular and mature platforms for developing and managing container deployments. While it has many built-in security features, Aqua provides an additional layer of security both in development as well as for protecting containerized applications in runtime.
Last week I presented at the NY Kubernetes meetup on security best practices.
Network segmentation is not a new concept in security. It’s been around for a while and is considered one of the most effective methods of limiting the “blast radius”, i.e., preventing extensive damage in case of an attack or a breach by limiting the attacker to a sealed-off segment of the network. In the era of …
RunC Like the Wind
Recently, an interesting vulnerability was discovered (CVE-2016-9962) that enables container escape to the host. The vulnerability stems from a bug found in opencontainers' runc code, which is used by several container engines, including Docker.