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Container scanning for Docker Hub images

This article explains how you can enable Aikido to scan your container images stored on Docker Hub

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Written by Bert Coppens
Updated over a week ago

You can now integrate your Docker Hub with Aikido to scan your containers for known vulnerabilities.

Follow the simple steps below to activate this feature:

Step 1: Log into your Docker Hub account and navigate to account settings, then security (direct link:

Step 2: Create an access token with scope 'Read-only'.

Step 3: Back in Aikido, go to settings, then containers. Click 'Connect registry' and pick Docker Hub. Enter your organization name or your username, in case you want to scan your personal repositories and the access token from the previous step.

Step 4: Aikido will now find all container repositories you can access and list them.

Step 5: Repositories can be linked to a code repository in order to perform better deduplication of findings. This step is optional!

Step 6: In the action menu next to the registry, click 'scan repos in registry' to get started. Results will appear in the Feed!

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