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Nearly a Million Kubernetes Instances Exposed on Internet

1 month ago   |   By eSecurity Planet

Cybersecurity researchers have found more than 900,000 instances of Kubernetes consoles exposed on the internet.
Cyble researchers detected misconfigured Kubernetes instances that could expose hundreds of thousands of organizations. The researchers found a number of indicators of exposure in the open source container orchestration platform:
KubernetesDashboard Kubernetes-master Kubernetes Kube K8 Favicon:2130463260, -1203021870
The threat-hunting exercise led to some general findings on risk exposure:
The United States has the highest exposure count by far , followed by China and Germany...
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