Attack detection is an important focus in microservice environments like Lyft’s, where expected host behavior can vary across server fleets. Capsule8’s architecture and detection
capabilities are impressive and align perfectly with the need for a low-overhead, real-time alerting solution which evolves as attackers do.
—JAMES ADDISON, LYFT
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Learn how Capsule8 protects Linux production environments with its bare metal, virtual machine and container security platform.
REAL-TIME DETECTION AT SCALE
Distributed, expert-driven analytics detect attacks in real time
BUILT FOR PRODUCTION
Won’t slow down performance, even on networks under heavy load
CLOUD NATIVE & LEGACY SUPPORT
Delivers bare metal, virtual machine and container security
Goes beyond detection to automatically disrupt attacks
Distributed telemetry makes forensic investigation easy
EASY THIRD-PARTY INTEGRATION
API-first approach simplifies integration with systems, tools, and data stores
Today, Chris Moberly blogged about his local privilege escalation bug in Ubuntu Linux, CVE-2019-7304, a.k.a. the “Dirty Sock” exploit (ew). This affects snapd, which is installed on Ubuntu 16.04.4 LTS …