Security Testing – OWASP Docker Top 10
Docker containers have become a popular choice for application deployment, but with the convenience of containerization comes the need for proper security testing. The OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Top 10 list provides a framework for identifying and mitigating the most common web application security risks. In this post, we will discuss how to apply the OWASP Top 10 to Docker containers and how to generate a report to ensure your containers are secure.
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OWASP Docker Top 10 Checklists
Insecure container configurations: Containers that are not configured properly can leave vulnerabilities open for attackers to exploit.
Unpatched software: Containers that are running outdated software can be vulnerable to known exploits.
Insecure network configurations: Containers that are not properly configured for network security can be vulnerable to attacks from outside the container.
Inadequate logging and monitoring: Containers that lack proper logging and monitoring can make it difficult to detect and respond to security incidents.
Insufficient access controls: Containers that lack proper access controls can allow unauthorized access to sensitive data and resources.
Lack of threat intelligence: Containers that do not incorporate threat intelligence can be vulnerable to emerging threats and attacks.
Inadequate incident response: Containers that lack proper incident response plans can struggle to effectively respond to security incidents.
Lack of security testing: Containers that are not regularly tested for vulnerabilities can contain unknown security issues.
Inadequate data encryption: Containers that do not properly encrypt sensitive data can be vulnerable to data breaches.
Inadequate segmentation: Containers that do not properly segment networks and resources can allow attackers to move laterally through the environment.
How to Test?
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