Here are some incredible tools I have been using these last couple of months that I thought were dope!
I love semgrep's taint mode. This is data flow analysis that can track the flow of untrusted code from a source and can track that across wherever that vulnerable data goes into a function. Example - User enters input that goes into an eval/equivalent function
I really dig sysdig falco. I discovered that sysdig has a command called "spy_users" where sysdig maintains a log of all commands run by the user on a given linux machine. Pretty nifty if you want to monitor for potentially dangerous commands being invoked on the box.
KubeAudit is one of my favorite tools to audit kubernetes clusters. A useful feature in kubeaudit is the autofix feature, where you feed kubeaudit a vulnerable kubernetes yaml manifest and kubeaudit auto-fixes the vulnerable configs and converts them to more secure configs
One of my favorite AWS security tools is steampipe. They have a nifty mode where you can their collection of CIS benchmarks to be run against the target AWS environment. It's super convenient!
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