Today, we will learn how to bypassing container image scanning. Let’s dive into what container image scanning even is, and how we can have some fun with manipulating the results.
Container technology has become the backbone of modern computing. Most modern companies are now running containers in production environments, and many have successfully built container image scanning into their CI/CD pipelines. Many even enforce policies on these image scans, only allowing an image to be deployed if it falls below a vulnerability threshold. The CNCF Cloud Native Security Whitepaper defines this de facto standard.
Scanning container images is a critical component of securing container applications throughout the lifecycle… Incorporating vulnerability scans of container images coupled with pipeline compliance rules ensure that only sufficiently patched applications are deployed to production, reducing the potential attack surface.
But how accurate are these container image scans, and what else should be considered when evaluating container vulnerabilities?
Let’s dive into what container image scanning even is, and how we can have some fun with manipulating the results.
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