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Hacking Kubernetes: Threat-Driven Analysis and Defense
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Running cloud native workloads on Kubernetes can be challenging–keeping them secure is even more so. Kubernetes’s complexity offers malicious in-house users and external attackers alike a large assortment of attack vectors. Hacking Kubernetes reviews defaults and threat models and shows how to protect against attacks.

Securing your workloads is both essential and urgent, so this invaluable hands-on guide is available to you in an early release edition before it’s available to the general public. It covers topics critical for cloud native security, detailing how to:

  • Run Kubernetes securely, on both a strategic and an operational level
  • Exploit Kubernetes default configurations and defend against these kinds of attacks
  • Review Kubernetes clusters for security weaknesses
  • Securely run arbitrary and untrusted code
  • Harden the Kubernetes setup to defend against any and all possible threats

 

Author: Andrew Martin, Michael Hausenblas
Length: 300 pages
Edition: 1
Language: English
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Publication Date: 2021-12-21
ISBN-10: 1492081736
ISBN-13: 9781492081739

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