vCluster.Pro uses a Chainguard busybox image as its base image in place of Alpine to maximise security. This means that known vulnerability are patched very quickly Employing non-root images introduces an additional tier of security, making them highly recommended for production deployments.
Increased Defense Against Zero-Day Exploits
When a zero-day exploit is discovered, the first step is to inform customers, provide a patch to vCluster.Pro, and then to open source vCluster. This is to ensure that all customers platforms can be rapidly secured before a vulnerability is publically known.