March 27, 2019

Five Easy Steps to Keep on Your Organization’s DevOps Security Checklist

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The discovery of a significant container-based (runc) exploit sent shudders across the Internet. Exploitation of CVE-2019-5736 can be achieved with “minimal user interaction” it subsequently allows attackers to gain root-level code execution on the host.

Scary, to be sure. Scarier, however, is that the minimal user interaction was made easier by failure to follow a single, simple rule: lock the door. Studies have shown an increasing number of publicly accessible, containerized environments that require no credentials. That means anyone – maybe you, maybe me – could gain control and deploy the appropriate malicious container required to gain root-level access.

Read the full article published March 5, 2019 here: by Tripwire, Inc.

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