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    How To Harden Your Docker Containers Using Seccomp Security Profile

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    Are you a Linux user looking to harden your Docker containers? If so, you'll want to explore Secure Computing Mode (Seccomp) - a Linux kernel feature that can be used to help run Docker in a more secure environment. 


    It is more like a sandbox environment that not only acts as a firewall for syscalls but also enables you to restrict the actions available within the Docker containers to the host’s Linux kernel. 

    In this guide, you will learn how to run a container with and without the Seccomp profile.

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