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Container scanning for Gitlab Self Managed Container Registry
Container scanning for Gitlab Self Managed Container Registry
Bart Jonckheere avatar
Written by Bart Jonckheere
Updated over a week ago

You can now integrate your Gitlab Self Managed Container Registry with Aikido to scan your containers for known vulnerabilities.

Follow the simple steps below to activate this feature:

Step 1: Log into your Gitlab account to gather some data.

We'll have to gather your username (see screenshot)

Step 2: Copy the group ID where the container registry resides (see screenshot)

Step 3: Under personal preferences, Access tokens, create a new token for Aikido (direct link: ). https://gitlab.com/-/profile/personal_access_tokens

The scopes included must be: read_api, read_registry

See screenshot:

Step 4: Enter the collected data in Aikido (direct link: https://app.aikido.dev/settings/container-image-registry/add/gitlab-self)

Step 5: Aikido will now find all container repositories you can access and list them.

Step 6: Repositories can be linked to a code repository in order to perform better deduplication of findings. This step is optional!

Step 7: 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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