A Kubernetes security issue could have allowed full-blown Microsoft Windows node takeovers

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Default installations of Kubernetes were vulnerable to a high-severity flaw, which allowed threat actors to remotely execute code with elevated privileges. 

Researchers from Akamai discovered the flaw, which has since been patched, uncovering what’s now known as “insufficient input sanitization in in-tree storage plugin”, a flaw that’s tracked as CVE-2023-5588. 



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A Kubernetes security issue could have allowed full-blown Microsoft Windows node takeovers

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