Container vulnerabilities and attack path ?

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Container vulnerabilities and attack path ?

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Hello,

when using attack path policies involving vulnerabilities such as

 

"Azure Virtual Machine publicly exposed with critical or high vulnerabilities and Run command execution permissions"

 

"Azure Virtual Machine publicly exposed with critical or high vulnerabilities and data destruction permissions"

"AWS EC2 instance publicly exposed with critical or high vulnerabilities and privilege escalation permission via PassRole & Glue permissions"

 

Does Prisma takes into account containers vulnerabilities as well ?

The rational behind is: with most payloads being containerized, vulnerabilities to be used for initial access will likely be within a container, on the other hand lateral movement may require breaking the containment which is likely detectable from the host.

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L1 Bithead

 

Thanks for posting the question. The container vulnerabilities are currently not included in attack path policies but they are in the roadmap.

 

Regards,

Yash Boravelli

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L1 Bithead

 

Thanks for posting the question. The container vulnerabilities are currently not included in attack path policies but they are in the roadmap.

 

Regards,

Yash Boravelli

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