Enable Self-Service Operations: Give specific users access to your existing tools, services, and scripts
Yesterday we posted a Security Advisory to Github for a critical vulnerability in Rundeck Community and Rundeck Enterprise Docker images, versions 4.0 and earlier. Those Docker images contained a pre-generated SSH key pair in the default file path. If that key was used to configure SSH access to hosts, they would allow access to anyone with the exposed private key.
Collection of remediation options for exposed key vulnerabilities
If you think you may be impacted, use one of these options to scan your hosts for the exposed keys, delete any you find, and replace them with a new SSH key pair. You can find more information about the issue and resources for remediation here.
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