InformationYou should verify that the file permissions on the docker.socket file are correctly set to 644 or more restrictively.
The docker.socket file contains sensitive parameters that may alter the behavior of the Docker remote API. It should therefore be writeable only by root in order to ensure that it is not modified by less privileged users.
SolutionStep 1: Find out the file location:
systemctl show -p FragmentPath docker.socket
Step 2: If the file does not exist, this recommendation is not applicable. If the file does exist, you should execute the command below, including the correct file path to set the file permissions to 644.
chmod 644 /usr/lib/systemd/system/docker.socket
This file may not be present on the system and in that case, this recommendation is not applicable. By default, if the file is present, the permissions should be set to 644 or more restrictively.