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Scan for CVEs in Development on images prior to pushing up.

Locally | Trivy | Vunerbilities | Images | CI/CD | Open Container Initiative

This is really a simple article that references how to scan images with Trivy whether or not you are running on Linux or windows. This should really be a best practice to consider bringing into your teams. This article will talk about how a developer can push an image and then scan that…

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