Cyclone Nisarga LIVE: Mumbai-bound trains rescheduled, flights cancelled

Cyclone in Mumbai: Clyclone Nisarga will make a landfall as ‘severe cyclonic storm’ close to Alibaug, ninety four km south of Mumbai now with a wind speed of a hundred-110 km for each hour gusting to one hundred twenty five kmph. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has mentioned it will have an impact on the coastal districts of Maharashtra, such as Mumbai, Gujarat and other neighbouring states. Airways have cancelled flights to Mumbai scheduled for now. Covid-specific trains have been rescheduled as the town braces for its very first cyclone in more than a hundred a long time. Segment 144 (CrPC) has been imposed in Mumbai from the midnight of June 3 to the noon of June 4. Law enforcement have asked citizens to refrain from venturing out to coastline-seashores, promenade, parks and other comparable areas along the coastline.

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Kubernetes Bug Leaves Default Clusters Vulnerable to Man-in-the-Middle Attacks

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“Setting the host default to reject router adverts should really avoid assaults from succeeding but may well break genuine traffic”

Kubernetes clusters configured to use certain container networking
implementations (CNIs) are inclined to gentleman-in-the-middle (MitM) assaults, the Kubernetes Merchandise Stability Committee has warned.

The vulnerability has an effect on clusters running a “default Kubernetes security context”: i.e. workloads running with CAP_Internet_Uncooked privileges.

There’s no upstream fix until June seventeen, so end users may well want to mitigate or acquire some guide steps to separately update the CNI plugins that are the offender — these have discovered their way into upstream kubelet binary releases.

What is this Kubernetes Bug Do?

The container networking vulnerability can be exploited by sending rogue router adverts: this allows a destructive container reconfigure the host to redirect its IPv6 targeted visitors to an attacker-managed container.

Schlurp-schlurp.

(n.b. “Even if there was no IPv6

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