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Question # 1

Given an existing Pod named nginx-pod running in the namespace test-system, fetch the service-account-name used and put the content in /candidate/KSC00124.txt

Create a new Role named dev-test-role in the namespace test-system, which can perform update operations, on resources of type namespaces.

Create a new RoleBinding named dev-test-role-binding, which binds the newly created Role to the Pod's ServiceAccount ( found in the Nginx pod running in namespace test-system).

Question # 2

On the Cluster worker node, enforce the prepared AppArmor profile

  • #include
  • profile nginx-deny flags=(attach_disconnected) {
  •   #include
  •   file,
  •   # Deny all file writes.
  •   deny /** w,
  • }
  • EOF'

Edit the prepared manifest file to include the AppArmor profile.

  • apiVersion: v1
  • kind: Pod
  • metadata:
  •   name: apparmor-pod
  • spec:
  •   containers:
  •   - name: apparmor-pod
  •     image: nginx

Finally, apply the manifests files and create the Pod specified on it.

Verify: Try to make a file inside the directory which is restricted.

Question # 3

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Your organization’s security policy includes:

  • ServiceAccounts must not automount API credentials
  • ServiceAccount names must end in "-sa"

The Pod specified in the manifest file /home/candidate/KSCH00301 /pod-m

nifest.yaml fails to schedule because of an incorrectly specified ServiceAccount.

Complete the following tasks:


1. Create a new ServiceAccount named frontend-sa in the existing namespace qa. Ensure the ServiceAccount does not automount API credentials.

2. Using the manifest file at /home/candidate/KSCH00301 /pod-manifest.yaml, create the Pod.

3. Finally, clean up any unused ServiceAccounts in namespace qa.

Question # 4

You must complete this task on the following cluster/nodes:

Cluster: trace

Master node: master

Worker node: worker1

You can switch the cluster/configuration context using the following command:

[desk@cli] $ kubectl config use-context trace   

Given: You may use Sysdig or Falco documentation. 


Use detection tools to detect anomalies like processes spawning and executing something weird frequently in the single container belonging to Pod tomcat

Two tools are available to use:

1.    falco

2.   sysdig

Tools are pre-installed on the worker1 node only.

Analyse the container’s behaviour for at least 40 seconds, using filters that detect newly spawning and executing processes. 

Store an incident file at /home/cert_masters/report, in the following format:


Note: Make sure to store incident file on the cluster's worker node, don't move it to master node.

Question # 5


Cluster: gvisor

Master node: master1

Worker node: worker1

You can switch the cluster/configuration context using the following command:

[desk@cli] $ kubectl config use-context gvisor

Context: This cluster has been prepared to support runtime handler, runsc as well as traditional one.


Create a RuntimeClass named not-trusted using the prepared runtime handler names runsc.

Update all Pods in the namespace server to run on newruntime.

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