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Valheim Dedicated Server on Kubernetes

What is Valhiem? Valheim is a brand new early access games that just hit Steam. It’s a brutal exploration, survival, and crafting game inspired by Viking culture. The game world is generated based on a random or provided seed value and allows up to 10 people to play together by default. Out of the box, […] The post Valheim Dedicated Server on Kubernetes appeared first on Hackers...


LFCA Exam, Resources, and Training

Exam Overview Since I announced I was part of the team of individuals who helped develop the new Linux Foundation Certified IT Associate (LFCA) exam. I have been bombarded with questions. The majority of these questions I simply will not answer. The Linux Foundation maintains a separation between exam developers and trainers to protect the […] The post LFCA Exam, Resources, and Training appeared first on Hackers...


Sometimes You Just Have to Proxy Your Socks Off

Problem Sometimes during assessments sensitive systems are significantly segmented from other networks. Therefore its very important for penetration testers to know how to proxy your socks off in order to move across network. Solution To gain access to other networks, whether it’s the internet or a protected subnet. We can use putty on windows and […] The post Sometimes You Just Have to Proxy Your Socks Off appeared first on Hackers...


CKA Exam Review, Tips, and Resources

CKA Exam Overview The Certified Kubernetes Administrator (CKA) exam is the premiere certification to demonstrate a candidates skills with Kubernetes. The exam consists of a set of 15-20 multi-part real world tasks, which must be completed within 2 hours. The exam takes place in a live, multi-cluster Kubernetes environment. Candidates are only given command line […] The post CKA Exam Review, Tips, and Resources appeared first on Hackers...


Leveraging Pillaged SSH keys

TLDR; These days when you run into a production Linux or cloud environments, they use public key authentication. Making lateral movement as easy as leveraging pillaged SSH keys. Level Settings SSH (Secure Shell) is the primary means of managing Cloud Instances, Linux, Unix, OSX, Networking Devices, Vendor Devices, and even some embedded devices. It’s also […] The post Leveraging Pillaged SSH keys appeared first on Hackers...


Abuse Kubernetes with the AutomountServiceAccountToken

While I was recently practicing to take my Certified Kuberenetes Administrator (CKA) exam, I ran across an interesting default option called automountServiceAccountToken. This option, automatically mounts the service account token, within each container of a given pod. This account token is meant to provide the pod the ability to interact with the Kubernetes API server. […] The post Abuse Kubernetes with the AutomountServiceAccountToken appeared first on Hackers...


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