Mission Statement: This project will focus on hardening of Linux containers. It will help contribute patches to the Kernel Self Protection Project that evolve the primitives in the Linux kernel used by containers (namespaces, cgroups, etc) to be more secure. This will include brainstorming, designing and implementing ways to future proof namespaces et all in the kernel. This will benefit all container runtimes by keeping the focus on improving the kernel in the subsystems used by containers. We will strive to push the entire container ecosystem to be more secure by fixing the ground they are built upon. Much like the Kernel Self Protection Project we think of security beyond fixing bugs. Fixing bugs is important and we will do that as well but the main value will come from finding ways to future proof namespaces with features that will eliminate undisclosed vulnerabilities. At this point, it is no longer enough to try to fix all the bugs within namespaces, we must try to find ways to make them more secure from the very foundation. We will also work to help educate people on how to use the features of Capabilities, Seccomp, AppArmor, and SELinux to harden their containers. We will try to find ways to make them more accessible to more users.