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Federico Di Pierro

Introducing Falco 0.36.2

Today we announce the release of Falco 0.36.2 🦅!


Falco's 0.36.2 release is a small patch addressing a few bugs. It includes the following:

Thanks to everyone in the community for helping us in spotting these annoying bugs 🐛! You make Falco successful 🦅!

Thanks as always to the Falco maintainers for their support and effort during the entire release process.

Try it! 🏎️

As usual, in case you just want to try out the stable Falco 0.36.2, you can install its packages following the process outlined in the docs:

Prefer to use a container image? No problem at all! 🐳

You can read more about running Falco with Docker in the docs.

You can also find the Falcosecurity container images on the public AWS ECR gallery:

What next? 🔮

The community is active on many topics and we hope to deliver great features and many stability fixes once again during the next release cycle!

  • The old falco-driver-loader script is showing its age and it's time to work on a more maintainable solution. falcoctl is a great candidate to host everything driver related, implement new features and make our lives easier when we need to install Falco drivers on a new machine.
  • Our rule framework is brand new and we forsee many improvements and active development work on it.
  • The latest Falco versions brought many improvements to the plugin framework; we wish to use those to create a more scalable Kubernetes client plugin that will be able to withstand much heavier loads and will be easier to maintain.

And many, many, more enhancements!

To get a weekly reminder of all the great stuff happening in the Falco lands, make sure to join the #falco channel on the Kubernetes Slack!

Let's meet 🤝

We meet every Wednesday in our community calls, if you want to know the latest and the greatest you should join us there!

If you have any questions:

Thanks to all the amazing contributors!

Cheers 🎊