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Latest kubernetes publications


New Kubernetes command-line flaw discovered

Latest kubectl vulnerability linked to incomplete patch of previous flaw discovered in March A security researcher has discovered a fresh flaw in container orchestration platform Kubernetes, which if exploited could allow attackers to place malicious containers on users workstations. The vulnerability affects the Kubernetes kubectl command-line tool, a tool that allows users to copy files… Read More


Google introduces release channels for Kubernetes Engine

Rapid channel is in alpha testing and brings support for Windows Containers At KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, taking place this week in Barcelona, Google announced that it will offer three release channels for its Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE), targeting different risk tolerance and business requirements. GKE has always automated the delivery of new Kubernetes versions to… Read More


The tech stack is changing so fast, what is right today may be suboptimal tomorrow
With so much change taking place in IT today, it can be hard to keep track of what is taking place within your own IT systems. Bruno Kurtic, co-founder at Sumo Logic, argues that it is time to look at machine data analytics to help keep up with these changes Digital transformation has gone from... Read More

Discover how to secure your applications working off of cloud-native technologies with Aqua Security at CSSE

Meet Andy Feit, VP Go-To-Market at Aqua Security and the rest of the team at Cloud & Cyber Security Expo to learn how to secure your applications working off of cloud-native and serverless technologies. Aqua Security finds anomalies and tells you when your applications are doing something they shouldn’t. Cloud & Cyber Security Expo descends… Read More


RunC container security flaw hits Kubernetes and Docker

A security bug affecting the RunC container runtime undergirding Kubernetes, Dockers, cri-O and containerd and has been discovered  Security researchers have discovered a fresh container security flaw that allows malicious containers to run roughshod over the host RunC binary and execute root-level code on host machines. Labelled CVE-2019-5736, the new flaw could conceivably allow attackers to embed a… Read More



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