Monitor>Vulnerabilities>Hosts>VM Images renders no data

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Monitor>Vulnerabilities>Hosts>VM Images renders no data

Monitor>Vulnerabilities>Hosts>Running Hosts renders 5 pages of Hostnames and their CVEs.

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Monitor>Vulnerabilities>Hosts>VM Images
renders no data.

  1. How can I manually scan a VM Image such that the scan results can be parsed locally?
  2. How can I learn the process/configuration for AWS EC2 AMI Repositories so the console will render AMIs and their CVEs?
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Re: Monitor>Vulnerabilities>Hosts>VM Images renders no data

Hi Tommy,

 

What type of defender do you have installed on said EC2 instance? I would suggest a linux container defender if you intend to scan repositories. The reason, host defenders lack the capability to perform repo scans. Hope this helps.

 

Respectfully,
Patrick
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Re: Monitor>Vulnerabilities>Hosts>VM Images renders no data

Hi Tommy,

 

  1. How can I manually scan a VM Image such that the scan results can be parsed locally?                                                    Answer: Using the hyperlink https://cdn.twistlock.com/docs/api/twistlock_api.html# Navigate to bottom of page to find "VM Image Scan Reports" and select "vms/download "

curl -k \ -u <USER> \ -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \ -X GET \ https://<CONSOLE>:8083/api/v1/vms/download \ > vm_images_scan.csv

 

  1. How can I learn the process/configuration for AWS EC2 AMI Repositories so the console will render AMIs and their CVEs? Answer: https://cdn.twistlock.com/docs/api/twistlock_api.html#. Navigate to bottom of page to find "VM Image Scan Reports." 
Respectfully,
Patrick
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