Regularly checking for vulnerabilities in your pipeline is very important. One of the steps to execute is to perform a vulnerability scan of your Docker images. In this blog, you will learn how to perform the vulnerability scan, how to fix the vulnerabilities, and how to add it to your Jenkins pipeline. Enjoy!

1. Introduction

In a previous blog from a few years ago, it was described how you could scan your Docker images for vulnerabilities. A follow-up blog showed how to add the scan to a Jenkins pipeline. However, Anchore Engine, which was used in the previous blogs, is not supported anymore. An alternative solution is available with grype, which is also provided by Anchore. In this blog, you will take a closer look at grype, how it works, how you can fix the issues, and how you can add it to your Jenkins pipeline.

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