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Attack Uses Docker Containers To Hide, Persist, Plant Malware

28
Jul
2017

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LAS VEGAS—A novel attack vector allows for adversaries to abuse the Docker API to hide malware on targeted systems, and even execute remote code.

The proof of concept attack was developed by researchers at Aqua Security, and the technique was first demonstrated today at Black Hat by Sagie Dulce, senior security researcher, with Aqua Security.

The attack works on any Docker installation which exposes its API through TCP, which has (until recently) been the default for Windows PCs running Docker for Windows, an application used by developers to create and test containerized applications.

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