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Does the Chef bash resource create history entries?

I know that using a password in the command line is a bad idea because bash commands can be recorded in history. If I run a command in the chef bash resource though, when I look up the history I don'...
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Encrypted at rest persistent volume in kubernetes? [closed]

Is there a recommended approach to using encrypted file system for persistent volumes in kubernetes? Perhaps mounting a LUKS fs disk image file ?
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How do you know which secrets and credentials of your production services were used, and by whom/what?

The context of the question is Secrets management. As the title says, how do you know which secrets and credentials of your production services were used, and by whom/what?
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How do you change a secret that half of your production applications use right now?

The context of the question is Secrets management. As the title says, how do you change a secret that half of your production applications use right now?
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When your micro service in production needs a secret, where is the secret stored and retrieved from?

The context of the question is Secrets management. How do you manage storing and retrieving secrets for your micro service which is in production?
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Docker MongoDB image - How to specify credentials other than in the compose file?

I'm using this docker image https://hub.docker.com/_/mongo/. That image provides a way of initializing a mongodb root database user with env variables which I can specify in the compose file as ...
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Mitigating Maven Central risks as seen from the DevSecOps perspective

AFAIK there are two official primary repositories for Maven packages (Java language): search.maven.org offered by Sonatype Inc. mvnrepository.com offered by a private person @frodriguez Now ...
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From a security perspective, to which location should one copy an app inside a docker image?

I use docker to deploy a lot of apps since a couple of years. Today I ask myself, should I copy my app to a different location in the docker image? I used to copy the file to the root, e.g. COPY . /...
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How to list security groups for the specific instance via CLI?

I'm looking for syntax like: aws ec2 describe-security-groups --instance-id i-0xyz however, the above sub-command doesn't support --instance-id parameter. I've checked and there are --filters and --...
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Where to put ansible-vault password

We are planning to use ansible vault in our project to prevent leaking passwords or keys in git. The idea is to put all our sensitive data into a plain file then encrypt this file with ansible-vault ...
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terraform chef provisioning - cannot validate certificate for 10.90.239.223 because it doesn't contain any IP SANs

While configuring the chef provisioner I am running into the following error after running 'terraform apply' chef_environment.terraform_01: Post https://10.90.239.223/organizations/mykitchen/...
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Is it possible to securely delete a file from a virtual disk in a cloud provider?

Considering that virtual hard drives are generally formatted using something like ext3 that abstracts away from the underlying block device, which in and of itself is an abstraction over the top of a ...
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Issue integrating acunetix with jenkins

The first of all, thank you for reading my question, I really appreciate it! I am trying to integrate jenkins and acunetix (a vulnerability scanner software), but it seems to be near impossible...My ...
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Real-World Validating the Integrity of a Docker Container

I'm interested in information and experiences surrounding Docker security. I'd like to understand ways that a user/client could validate the contents of an image to ensure that the packaged ...
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Running unmanaged Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) in the Cloud

I have to admit to never having asked, or been asked, the question if it is possible to have a Hardware Security Module in a public cloud, by which I mean Google, Amazon or Azure. Has anyone found ...
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Is it bad to use sudo from Jenkins?

I use Publish Over SSH plugin to deploy my apps from Jenkins to different environments. Some deployment jobs do environment preps and things like stop and restart the app server system service. Some ...
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Sharing Gems between Chef and System Ruby

I know about the chef_gem resource obv, but in the interests of good system hygiene I would like to avoid as much as possible duplication, so I would like to share Gems between the embedded Ruby ...
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Kubernetes user mode in production

Docker daemon has to run in root mode which brings up security discussions. How is this with Kubernetes daemon - can it run not as root? Note: both of these products allow you to reduce the scope ...
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What tool is able to analyze images by connecting to clair?

This clair documentation indicates that a number of tools should be able to scan images: clair-scanner reg klar clairctl analyze-local-images All of them have been tried, but none of them seems to ...
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Docker Security Scanning: How to integrate Clair with a docker private registry?

According to the following documentation it should be possible to integrate clair with a docker private registry. How to do that? Registry Integration Clair can be integrated directly into a ...
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Ansible - private git repositories - SSH agent forwarding vs copying private SSH key

I recently started playing around with Ansible and it seems very nice. I don't have much experience in DevOps stuff and never really had to handle any complex scenarios. I started creating my Ansible ...
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Running the docker daemon without root

Inspired by What are best and comprehensive practices to consider when running docker in production? , I stumbled over Why we don't let non-root users run Docker... They came up with docker run -ti ...
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What are best and comprehensive practices to consider when running docker in production?

Finally, you are so much in love with Docker that you want to move your online business-critical production systems with sensitive customer data to a Docker Swarm. Some might even already have done so....
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Docker Sign an Image with an existing Certificate

With respect to docker's security system. Is it possible to somehow get images signed by some entity that has trust from a company's CA-cert and then be able to find out who signed the image? It ...
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How do I launch Lambda in my own VPC?

The VPC configurations option in Lambda tells this: All AWS Lambda functions run securely inside a default system-managed VPC. However, you can optionally configure Lambda to access resources, ...
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What are known component intelligence tools?

What are available - free and commercial - solutions to create reports about components used in a software project (physically, set of source code repositories), with intelligence on features like ...
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How to prohibit access to internals of Docker container?

I want to deliver my app to customers in form of docker image. But it is crucial to ensure that end-user do not alter anything inside the container. User should only be able to run/stop the container ...
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Open Ports on Google Cloud Load Balancer

It seems that by default, Google Cloud load balancers expose a number of ports unecessarily. I haven't found a way to expose only 80/443 and every time I make one of their load balancers, the ...
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What Is SecOps?

First when I heard the word SecOps, I thought of it as a management approach that aims to connect security and operations teams, in much the same way that DevOps unifies developers and operations team....
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What strategies can be employed to secure sensitive data in log files?

Working in highly regulated environments data is classified in different ways depending on the sensitivity. In some cases, this is legally enforced and must be treated differently. Examples of a data ...
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How to storing encrypted secrets in code for a serverless.com project?

With serverless.com, the easiest way to expose a secret to an AWS Lambda function is to store it in the serverless.yml file (encrypted with KMS, for example). But committing encrypted secrets to Git ...
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How to only allow API Gateway requests to reach our EC2 instances

We have multiple EC2 instances hosting our micro-services. The autoscaling group of servers has an ELB. All traffic is routed via the AWS API Gateway. The problem is that the ELB has its HTTPS port ...
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How to store credentials that are required by an application?

Everyone is saying that storing credentials in version control (git) is a bad thing. So there must be other ways to store credentials which are much better. An application must receive credentials ...
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How can I manage secrets in .tf and .tfstate?

I would like to use the Terraform MySQL Provider to keep a list of mysql users and grants handy for creating new test environments. The .tf and .tfstate files both seem to want to store the MySQL ...

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