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Posts in 2020

  • Falco 0.21.0 is out!

    Wednesday, March 18, 2020 By Leonardo Di Donato

    Even though there's the lockdown, Falco 0.21.0 decided to go out! Such a bad guy! Notably, this is the first release that happens with the new build & release process. 🚀 In case you just want Falco 0.21.0, you can find its packages at the …

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  • Minikube 1.8.0 packages the Falco Kernel Module

    Sunday, March 08, 2020 By Lorenzo Fontana

    Minikube is a tool that implements a local Kubernetes cluster on macOS, Linux and Windows via a simple command line, it is vastly used by community members who want to try Falco as well by Falco contributors who want to develop and debug it against …

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  • Falco 0.20.0 is released

    Monday, February 24, 2020 By Lorenzo Fontana

    We're pleased to announce the release of Falco 0.20.0, our second release of 2020! Falco 0.20.0 consists of a major bug fix, a new feature, two minor bug fixes, and seven rules changes. A total of eight people contributed to this release with a total …

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Posts in 2019

  • Falco Security Audit

    Monday, December 16, 2019 By Michael Ducy

    Regularly auditing a code base is an important process in releasing secure software. Audits can be particularly important for open source projects that rely on code from a wide variety of contributors. We are happy to announce the release of Falco’s …

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  • Cloud Native Security Hub

    Monday, November 18, 2019 By Kris Nova

    Falco rules management The Falco community is excited to announce that we will be optimizing how we manage and install security rules for the Falco engine to assert. We have published an open source repository of common security rules that can be …

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  • falcosidekick joins the falcosecurity organization

    Tuesday, September 03, 2019 By The Falco Authors

    We are pleased to announce that falcosidekick, a Go project aimed to forward Falco outputs to a number of services, joined the falcosecurity organization on GitHub. Along with the project, we also want to welcome Thomas Labarussias, the creator of …

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  • Falco in the open

    Tuesday, August 27, 2019 By Kris Nova

    One of the most successful aspects of Kubernetes is how functional the open source community was able to operate. Kubernetes broke itself down in smaller sections called special interest groups, that operate similarly to subsections of the kernel. …

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