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Configure Connectors to Import and Scan Images
Connectors act as links to local or third-party registries. You can use connectors to access these registries and then import image data from them to Tenable.io Container Security.
To import and analyze container images, you must configure a connector to a registry or, in certain cases, to the registry's own connector.
After you configure your connectors, you can view and manage your connectors from the Settings page in Tenable.io. For more information about connectors, see Connectors in the Tenable.io Vulnerability Management User Guide.
Tenable.io Container Security Connectors
Tenable.io Container Security supports image imports via the following connectors.
Note: Tenable.io Container Security does not support registry imports from Docker Hub.
|Tenable.io Container Security Scanner||
A command line operated, on-prem scanning tool that allows you to scan images without importing them into Tenable.io™. To configure the Tenable.io Container Security Scanner, see Tenable.io Container Security Scanner.
|Amazon Web Service (AWS) Elastic Container Registry (ECR)||
Connector for assets hosted in an AWS Elastic Container Registry. To configure an AWS ECR connector and import assets, see Configure an AWS ECR Connector to Import Images.
Note: To import assets from an AWS ECR, Tenable.io Container Security requires read-only access to your AWS account.
Connector for assets hosted in a Docker-compatible registry.
Note: If your registry is not listed but is Docker-compatible, select this connector. For information about Docker-compatible connectors, see Docker documentation at https://docs.docker.com.
Connector for assets hosted in a Docker Enterprise Edition (EE) registry.
Connector for assets hosted in a JFrog Artifactory registry.
Note: To configure a connector for a Docker, Docker EE, or JFrog Artifactory registry and import assets from the registry, see Configure a Local Connector to Import Images.