TGI Kubernetes is a weekly live video stream all about Kubernetes.
Feb 23, 2018
Index: 00:03:20 - Thank you Unsplash! 00:04:56 - Tesla k8s dashboard cryptojacking 00:09:21 - img container image builder from JessFraz 00:13:40 - ksync from vapor.io 00:15:24 - Hacking and Hardening k8s clusters from Brad Geesaman 00:17:34 - Sealed Secrets 00:19:36 - Blog post tease: Contour+Let's Encrypt+cert-manager 00:23:31 - Accessing dashboard with kubectl proxy 00:28:54 - Dashboard without credentials 00:30:01 - Giving the dashboard root (don't do this!) 00:35:24 - Creating a service account token for dashboard access 00:45:18 - Running oauth2_proxy in front of dashboard 00:48:45 - Aside: using RBAC as allow list for users at proxy? 01:02:04 - First try at logging in with proxy 01:03:26 - Relaxing dashboard network policy 01:05:42 - Exposing HTTP from dashboard service 01:08:50 - Didn't take for some reason. Debugging… 01:12:43 - Getting the dashboard to listen on unsecured port 01:19:20 - Logging into worker node to confirm flags 01:22:14 - Success! We are hitting the dashboard through oauth2 proxy. Now about that auth header… 01:25:35 - Back to the dashboard login screen! 01:29:23 - Wrapping up! Thanks! 01:32:49 - Aside: Episode on cluster autoscaling?
Come hang out with Joe Beda as he does a bit of hands on exploration of Kubernetes and related topics. Some of this will be Joe talking about the things he knows well. Some of this will be Joe exploring something new with the audience. Ask questions, comment and help decide where things go.
With the recent report of Tesla being compromised by having an open kubernetes dashboard, it seems like a good time to review best practices for both the dashboard and other similar services. We'll look at the current security model of the Kubernetes dashboard and explore using an authenticating proxy to secure any internal facing web service.