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Kubernetes Goat is a "Vulnerable by Design" cluster environment to learn and practice Kubernetes security using an interactive hands-on playground 🚀

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Kubernetes Goat

Kubernetes Goat

✨ The Kubernetes Goat is designed to be an intentionally vulnerable cluster environment to learn and practice Kubernetes security 🚀

🙌 Refer to https://madhuakula.com/kubernetes-goat for the guide 📖

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⚙️ Setting up Kubernetes Goat

  • Ensure you have admin access to the Kubernetes cluster and installed kubectl. Refer to the docs for installation

  • Ensure you have the helm package manager installed. Refer to the docs for installation

  • To set up the Kubernetes Goat resources in your cluster, run the following commands:

git clone https://github.com/madhuakula/kubernetes-goat.git
cd kubernetes-goat
chmod +x setup-kubernetes-goat.sh
bash setup-kubernetes-goat.sh
  • Ensure the pods are running before running the access script
kubectl get pods

all pods running in kubectl get pods

  • Access Kubernetes Goat by exposing the resources to the local system (port-forward) by the following command:
bash access-kubernetes-goat.sh

Refer to https://madhuakula.com/kubernetes-goat/docs/how-to-run for setting up Kubernetes Goat in various environments like GKE, EKS, AKS, K3S, KIND, etc.

🏆 Scenarios

  1. Sensitive keys in codebases
  2. DIND (docker-in-docker) exploitation
  3. SSRF in the Kubernetes (K8S) world
  4. Container escape to the host system
  5. Docker CIS benchmarks analysis
  6. Kubernetes CIS benchmarks analysis
  7. Attacking private registry
  8. NodePort exposed services
  9. Helm v2 tiller to PwN the cluster - [Deprecated]
  10. Analyzing crypto miner container
  11. Kubernetes namespaces bypass
  12. Gaining environment information
  13. DoS the Memory/CPU resources
  14. Hacker container preview
  15. Hidden in layers
  16. RBAC least privileges misconfiguration
  17. KubeAudit - Audit Kubernetes clusters
  18. Falco - Runtime security monitoring & detection
  19. Popeye - A Kubernetes cluster sanitizer
  20. Secure network boundaries using NSP

📖 Documentation Guide

Here is the detailed step by step guide for learning and using Kubernetes Goat 🎉: [documentation guide] (https://madhuakula.com/kubernetes-goat)

Kubernetes Goat Documentation Guide

Reference: https://madhuakula.com/kubernetes-goat

⚠️ Disclaimer

Kubernetes Goat has intentionally created vulnerabilities, applications, and configurations to attack and gain access to your cluster and workloads. Please DO NOT run this alongside your production environments and infrastructure. We highly recommend running this in a safe and isolated (contained) environment.

Kubernetes Goat is used for educational purposes only. Do not test or apply these attacks on any systems without permission. Kubernetes Goat comes with absolutely no warranties, by using it you take full responsibility for all outcomes.

📝 License

MIT

✨ Acknowledgements

Thanks to to these wonderful people: 🎉

madhuakula
madhuakula
apvarun
apvarun
ant4g0nist
ant4g0nist
phpsystems
phpsystems
adamhurm
adamhurm
malwareowl
malwareowl
mkcn
mkcn
0xCardinal
0xCardinal
macagr
macagr
rewanthtammana
rewanthtammana
avicoder
avicoder
AmeerAssadi
AmeerAssadi
NF997
NF997
smoyer64
smoyer64
wurstbrot
wurstbrot
shivankar-madaan
shivankar-madaan
hexachordanu
hexachordanu
podjackel
podjackel
ravenium
ravenium
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