Sometimes it's hard to figure out what exactly the least privileges for a certain app are and we resort to giving
cluster-admin permissions for apps running in our Kubernetes cluster. This is great news for attackers, but not so great news for the fine folks who are on-call for the cluster. The good practice is to use tools such as audit2rbac to right-size the permissions.
In the following, we have a look at sensible RBAC settings for common apps.