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Announcing the ContainerSSH Guest Agent

ContainerSSH is an integration project between the SSH library and the Docker and Kubernetes API. However, neither the Docker nor the Kubernetes API have been designed to host some of the more intricate SSH specific features.

For example, the Kubernetes "attach" API does not allow for retrieving the output of the command running in the container that happened before attaching reliably,and neither Docker nor Kubernetes allow sending signals to commands running in an "exec", etc.

The road to ContainerSSH 0.4: modularized structure, audit logging, and more

After a rapid rush of releases this summer we have announced that version 0.4.0 would have a long-awaited feature: detailed audit logging. This feature would allow for a forensic reconstruction of an SSH session. The use cases for this are diverse: from building honeypots to securing a corporate environment. We even published a preview release for test driving this feature. We even implemented an automatic upload for the audit logs to an S3-compatible object storage. So, what happened? Why isn't 0.4.0 released yet?