Control the input of Falco enabling and disabling Event Sources
Falco is able to consume streams of events and evaluate them against a set of security rules to detect abnormal behavior. Events are consumed through different event sources, which define the origin, nature, and format of the streamed events.
Falco natively supports the
syscall event source, through which it is able to consume events coming from the Linux Kernel by instrumenting it with the drivers.
Since Falco 0.31 and the introduction of the Plugin System, additional event sources can serve as input for Falco. Those event sources are provided by plugins implementing the event sourcing capability.
Examples of event source defined by offically-supported plugins are:
In addition to these plugins hosted by the Falcosecurity organization, others have written third-party plugins that support additional event sources. Please refer to the official Plugin Registry for the most up-to-date information regarding the Falco plugins acknowledged by the community.
Events related to the Kernel tells us most of what happens above.
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