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I have a docker image running in Kubernetes that I suspect to contain a malicious code, unfortunately I can't download it directly from the docker hub as there is a restriction on where it can be pulled.

Is there a way to dump this container/pod to the local machine and analyze all the files/code in it?

Is there a way to intercept a request from a particular pod and inspect its content?

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You can copy the files using kubectl cp.

https://kubernetes.io/docs/reference/kubectl/generated/kubectl_cp/

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