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Technical Review: A Deep Analysis of the Dirty Pipe Vulnerability

Technical Review: A Deep Analysis of the Dirty Pipe Vulnerability

Dirty Pipe (CVE-2022-0847) proved that there is a new way to exploit Linux syscalls to write to files with a read-only privileges. The fact that someone can write to a file regardless of its permissions is a big security threat. An application of this vulnerability would be to write on the host from an unprivileged …

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Kubernetes Version 1.26: An Overview

Kubernetes Version 1.26: An Overview

Kubernetes Version 1.26 was released with 37 new enhancements including 11 Stable, 10 Beta, 16 Alpha, and 12 features deprecated or removed. In this blog, we will highlight its most notable features and show how using Trivy will help you find deprecated Kubernetes resources.

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Trivy Now Scans Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)

Trivy Now Scans Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)

While more and more companies are moving to a cloud native technologies to manage their workloads and infrastructure, Virtual Machines (VMs) remain a staple infrastructure that powers many existing organizations and applications. Trivy, the all-in-one open-source security scanner, already scans most of the cloud …

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Find the New OpenSSL Vulnerabilities with Trivy

Find the New OpenSSL Vulnerabilities with Trivy

Today, OpenSSL announced two new CVEs and mitigation recommendations. This blog provides guidance as to how you can identify the Open SSL vulnerability using Trivy. To both identify and mitigate the vulnerability, see this blog post Updated Security Advisory: New OpenSSL Vulnerabilities about mitigation with assurance …

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Vulnerability Scanning: Trivy vs the Trivy Operator

Vulnerability Scanning: Trivy vs the Trivy Operator

Over the past few months Aqua Trivy, the all-in-one cloud native security scanner, has rapidly grown in features and tapped into new use cases. In this blog post, we will explore

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New for Trivy: CSPM Identifies Misconfigurations of Your AWS Services

New for Trivy: CSPM Identifies Misconfigurations of Your AWS Services

Every cloud provider has different resources that require detailed understanding to scan for security issues. To make this easier, cloud providers offer built-in security scanners. However, those may often lack functionality and integration into your existing stack.

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Integrate OSS Container Vulnerability Data with Aqua and Sonatype Nexus

Integrate OSS Container Vulnerability Data with Aqua and Sonatype Nexus

The rise in software supply chain attacks presents a profound challenge to the cornerstone of DevOps practices: the heavy use and reuse of open source software (OSS). Aqua Security extends visibility into risks across the software stack – and helps teams maintain a clear view into their software bills of materials …

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Vulnerability Management in Container Images from Build to Runtime

Vulnerability Management in Container Images from Build to Runtime

When it comes to containerized workloads, resolving the underlying image's security vulnerabilities is paramount to ensuring the safety of your environment. Getting security risk information into the hands of developers quickly and efficiently is key to keeping development cycles as short as possible while maintaining …

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Vulnerability Scanning for Kubernetes Applications: Why and How

Vulnerability Scanning for Kubernetes Applications: Why and How

If you’re looking to improve the security posture of your Kubernetes applications, you can get a lot of bang for your buck with vulnerability scanning. In this blog, I’ll talk about the fundamentals of scanning container images: how to pick a vulnerability scanner, when to use it in the application pipeline, and why …

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Risk-Based Vulnerability Management in Container Images

Risk-Based Vulnerability Management in Container Images

There’s an overwhelming number of vulnerabilities in container images – and the security of your deployments is probably suffering because of it. No matter the size of your organization, it’s a significant challenge to identify the biggest risks to your business and know what to tackle first. Merely classifying and …

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Cloud Native Security Best Practices: Vulnerability Management

Cloud Native Security Best Practices: Vulnerability Management

After four years of securing cloud native applications, our team at Aqua has learned a thing or two about applying best practices in the real world. We’ve seen many organizations succeed in establishing a sound process and tooling to achieve their security goals, and we’ve also seen those who struggle to prioritize …

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