Log in to Tenable Container Security via the Docker CLI
The following feature is not supported in Tenable Vulnerability Management Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) environments. For more information, see the FedRAMP Product Offering.
Required Additional License: Tenable Container Security
You can use a Docker command to log in to Tenable Container Security Scanner to push images via the Docker command-line interface (CLI).
To navigate the interface and use other features, log in via the Tenable Vulnerability Management interface. For more information, see Log in to Tenable Vulnerability Management.
Before you begin:
Obtain credentials for your Tenable Vulnerability Management user account.
Note: If you are an administrator logging in to your Tenable Vulnerability Management instance for the first time, Tenable provides your first-time credentials during setup. After you log in for the first time, you can set your new password. If you are logging in to Tenable Vulnerability Management after initial setup, your username is the email address you used to register for your Tenable Vulnerability Management account.
- Review the System Requirements in the General Requirements User Guide and confirm that your computer and browser meet the requirements.
To log in to Tenable Container Security via a Docker command:
Generate your API access and secret keys.
- In the Docker CLI, run the following command:Copy
docker login registry.cloud.tenable.com
The CLI prompts you to provide a username.
- Type your API access key.
The CLI prompts you to provide a password.
- Type your API secret key.
The Docker CLI logs you in to the Tenable Container Security registry.