Creating Custom Seccomp Setting for Docker Daemon

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Linux Capabilities and related Seccomp features limit the access that containerized processes have to the kernel and various host system features. You can create a custom configuration file (such as /etc/docker/seccomp.json) to change the default seccomp settings. Here's how to do that:

NOTE: This feature requires docker 1.13 or later. Previously, th...

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