[HackerNews] Researchers Discover First Known Malware Targeting Windows Containers

Security researchers have discovered the first known malware, dubbed “Siloscope,” targeting Windows Server containers to infect Kubernetes clusters in cloud environments.
“Siloscape is heavily obfuscated malware targeting Kubernetes clusters through Windows containers,”¬†said¬†Unit 42 researcher Daniel Prizmant. “Its main purpose is to open a backdoor into poorly configured Kubernetes clusters in

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