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Docker

docker.com

Founded Year

2010

Stage

Series C - II | Alive

Total Raised

$433.76M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$105M | 8 mos ago

About Docker

Docker serves the container platform market. It enables developers and IT operations to build, secure and manage applications without technology or infrastructure lock in. By bringing together traditional applications and microservices built on Windows, Linux and mainframe under one operating model, Docker’s container platform enables companies to accelerate key digital initiatives including cloud migration, application modernization and edge computing.

Headquarters Location

144 Townsend St.

San Francisco, California, 94107,

United States

415-941-0376

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Latest Docker News

Hackers Abuse Docker Hub Repositories to Disguise Malicious Containers

Nov 28, 2022

The latest discovery Sysdig researchers performed an analysis of over 250,000 unverified Linux images based on several categories and found 1,652 of them containing nefarious content. The type of content was categorized as cryptomining (608), embedded secrets (281), proxy avoidance (266), newly registered domains (134), malicious websites (129), hacking (38), dynamic DNS (33), and others (288). Based on the type of leaked secret, these images are subcategorized as SSH keys (155), AWS credentials (146), GitHub tokens (134), NPM tokens (24), and others (78). How does it work? The size of the Docker Hub public library is huge, thus its operators cannot scrutinize all uploads daily. Due to this, many malicious images go unreported. These malicious images used typosquatting to impersonate legitimate and trusted images to infect users with cryptominers, such as XMRig. Although threat actors used different usernames to publish these images, researchers suggest they most likely belong to the same threat actor or are following the same set of instructions. Recent attacks on Docker At the beginning of this month, a new cryptojacking campaign called Kiss-a-Dog was observed targeting vulnerable cloud infrastructure, including poorly secured Docker and Kubernetes servers. In September, Kinsing malware was seen taking advantage of security flaws in the WebLogic Server, targeting container environments via misconfigured open Docker Daemon API ports. Conclusion Abuse of publicly available Docker containers introduces severe risks to unsuspecting users. Hackers deploy malware-laden images on locally hosted or cloud-based containers while hiding something flagitious within their layers. Keeping container-related security woes in mind, users are recommended to be extra cautious while downloading anything and imply automated security update mechanisms for safety and precautions.

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Docker Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Docker founded?

    Docker was founded in 2010.

  • Where is Docker's headquarters?

    Docker's headquarters is located at 144 Townsend St., San Francisco.

  • What is Docker's latest funding round?

    Docker's latest funding round is Series C - II.

  • How much did Docker raise?

    Docker raised a total of $433.76M.

  • Who are the investors of Docker?

    Investors of Docker include Benchmark, Insight Partners, Tribe Capital, Citi Ventures, Vertex Ventures and 29 more.

  • Who are Docker's competitors?

    Competitors of Docker include Sauce Labs and 7 more.

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