RHSA-2022:8827 - Security Advisory
Low: RHACS 3.73 enhancement and security update
Security Advisory: Low
Updated images are now available for Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security (RHACS). The updated image includes new features and bug fixes.
Red Hat Product Security has rated this update as having a security impact of Low. A Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) base score, which gives a detailed severity rating, is available for each vulnerability from the CVE link(s) in the References section.
Release of RHACS 3.73 provides these changes:
- Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security Cloud Service (ACSCS) is a Red Hat managed service that simplifies and accelerates RHACS deployments. ACSCS is available as a Field Trial release. For more information about accessing ACSCS, contact Red Hat Sales.
- Improved Vulnerability Management dashboard for ACSCS users.
- PostgreSQL database option is available as Technology Preview feature. If you are interested in participating in the Tech Preview program, contact your Red Hat account representative.
- A new build-time network policy generator as Technology Preview feature, to generate Kubernetes network policies based on Application YAML manifests.
Notable technical changes:
- RHACS uses GraphQL internally to show data in the RHACS portal. However, Red Hat does not support querying RHACS using GraphQL. If you are using GraphQL, see https://access.redhat.com/articles/6986289 and contact Red Hat Consulting.
- Sensor no longer uses `anyuid` Security Context Constraint (SCC). Instead, the default SCC for Sensor is now `restricted[-v2]` or `stackrox-sensor`, depending on the settings. In addition, the `runAsUser` and `fsGroup` for the Admission control and Sensor deployments are no longer hard-coded to `4000` on OpenShift clusters to allow using the `restricted` and `restricted-v2` SCCs. (ROX-9342)
- The service account `central`, which the Central deployment uses, now includes `get` and `list` access to the pods, events, and namespaces resources in the namespace where you deploy Central.
- The CSV export API `/api/vm/export/csv` now requires the `CVE Type` filter as part of the input query parameter. Supported values for `CVE Type` are `IMAGE_CVE`, `K8S_CVE`, `ISTIO_CVE`, `NODE_CVE`, and `OPENSHIFT_CVE`.
Notice of in-product docs removal:
- Beginning in the RHACS 3.74 release, Red Hat will remove the in-product docs accessible from the help menu. If you are using the in-product docs, you can instead download the required documentation in PDF format from Red Hat Customer Portal. (ROX-12839)
- Previously, if you were using StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform - Splunk Technology Add-on, results for the `ocp4-cis-node` compliance standard was missing from Splunk. This issue is now fixed. The Splunk integration now includes the `ocp4-cis-node` compliance standard results. (ROX-11937)
- Previously, Central would fail on the v1 CronJob deployment check. This issue is fixed. (ROX-13500)
- imgcrypt: Unauthorized access to encryted container image on a shared system due to missing check in CheckAuthorization() code path (CVE-2022-24778)
- app-containers/cosign: false positive verification (CVE-2022-36056)
For more details about the security issue(s), including the impact, a CVSS score, acknowledgments, and other related information, refer to the CVE page(s) listed in the References section.
To take advantage of the new features, bug fixes, and enhancements in RHACS 3.73 you are advised to upgrade to RHACS 3.73.0.
- Red Hat Advanced Cluster Security for Kubernetes 3 x86_64
- BZ - 2069368 - CVE-2022-24778 imgcrypt: Unauthorized access to encryted container image on a shared system due to missing check in CheckAuthorization() code path
- BZ - 2128820 - CVE-2022-36056 app-containers/cosign: false positive verification
- ROX-13687 - Release RHACS 3.73.0
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