Security firm Palo Alto Networks claims to have found samples of malware spread by a group known as Rocke that uninstalls five different cloud security protection and monitoring products from Linux servers that have already been compromised due to their running certain applications with known vulnerabilities.
Researchers at security firm CyberArk were able to gain access to the underlying server running Docker's playground website because of the additional permissions provided in the set-up, the company says, adding that this was unlikely to be the case on all production sites which used Docker.
Once again, so-called security researchers and tech writers have combined to provide misinformation about trojanised SSH scripts which can be run on a Linux server after said server is compromised through a brute-force attack and root status attained. And they call it Linux malware!
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