A high-risk vulnerability that could allow attackers to steal sensitive information secrets from software projects was found and fixed in Argo CD, a widely used continuous delivery platform for applications deployed via Kubernetes.
According to researchers from cloud application security Apiiro, who found and reported the vulnerability, attackers could feed a maliciously crafted Kubernetes application deployment configuration file to Argo that can expose files, environment settings and secret tokens from the central repository server. This could potentially lead to privilege escalation and further lateral movement into the organization’s cloud infrastructure.
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