Using Docker Scout to Scan Container Images

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Docker is working on a new tool called Docker Scout, which makes it easy to scan your local images for vulnerabilities, says Jack Wallen. 

According to the Docker website, “Docker Scout can proactively help you find and fix these vulnerabilities, helping you create a more secure software supply chain. It does this by analyzing your images and creating a full inventory of the packages and layers called a Software Bill of Materials (SBOM).”

You can currently access Docker Scout from the Docker Desktop app, but the feature is still in early access status.In this article, Wallen shows how to use the tool to scan container images.

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