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Update NOW! CVE-2018-1002105, with root access. ​Kubernetes’ first major security hole discovered | ZDNet

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/12/04

From [WayBack] ​Kubernetes’ first major security hole discovered | ZDNet in reverse order:

Fortunately, there is a fix, but some of you aren’t going to like it. You must upgrade Kubernetes. Now. Specifically, there are patched version of Kubernetes [WayBackv1.10.11,  [WayBack] v1.11.5, [WayBackv1.12.3, and [WayBackv1.13.0-rc.1.

[WayBack] Red Hat said, “The privilege escalation flaw makes it possible for any user to gain full administrator privileges on any compute node being run in a Kubernetes pod. [WayBackThis is a big deal. Not only can this actor steal sensitive data or inject malicious code, but they can also bring down production applications and services from within an organization’s firewall.”

And the bug, [WayBackCVE-2018-1002105, aka the Kubernetes privilege escalation flaw, is a doozy. It’s a [WayBackCVSS 9.8 critical security hole.

Via [WayBack] ​Kubernetes’ first major security hole discovered | ZDNet – Ondrej Kelle – Google+


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