$ trivy image ... ... analyze error: timeout: context deadline exceeded
Your scan may time out. Java takes a particularly long time to scan. Try increasing the value of the ---timeout option such as
Error: x509: certificate signed by unknown authority
TRIVY_INSECURE can be used to allow insecure connections to a container registry when using SSL.
$ TRIVY_INSECURE=true trivy image [YOUR_IMAGE]
GitHub Rate limiting
$ trivy image ... ... API rate limit exceeded for xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.
Specify GITHUB_TOKEN for authentication https://developer.github.com/v3/#rate-limiting
$ GITHUB_TOKEN=XXXXXXXXXX trivy alpine:3.10
Maven rate limiting
$ trivy image ... ... status 403 Forbidden from http://search.maven.org/solrsearch/select
Trivy calls Maven API for better detection of JAR files, but many requests may exceed rate limiting.
If it happens frequently, try the
--offline-scan option to stop Trivy from making API requests.
This option affects only vulnerability scanning. The vulnerability database and builtin policies are downloaded as usual.
If you want to skip them as well, you can try
Note that a number of vulnerabilities might be fewer than without the
Running in parallel takes same time as series run
When running trivy on multiple images simultaneously, it will take same time as running trivy in series.
This is because of a limitation of boltdb.
Bolt obtains a file lock on the data file so multiple processes cannot open the same database at the same time. Opening an already open Bolt database will cause it to hang until the other process closes it.
Reference : boltdb: Opening a database.
Error downloading vulnerability DB
FATAL failed to download vulnerability DB
If trivy is running behind corporate firewall try to whitelist urls below:
Error: Your macOS keychain GitHub credentials do not have sufficient scope!
$ brew tap aquasecurity/trivy Error: Your macOS keychain GitHub credentials do not have sufficient scope! Scopes they need: none Scopes they have: Create a personal access token: https://github.com/settings/tokens/new?scopes=gist,public_repo&description=Homebrew echo 'export HOMEBREW_GITHUB_API_TOKEN=your_token_here' >> ~/.zshrc
$ printf "protocol=https\nhost=github.com\n" | git credential-osxkeychain erase
Error: aquasecurity/trivy/trivy 64 already installed
$ brew upgrade ... Error: aquasecurity/trivy/trivy 64 already installed
$ brew unlink trivy && brew uninstall trivy ($ rm -rf /usr/local/Cellar/trivy/64) $ brew install aquasecurity/trivy/trivy
Try again with
$ trivy image --reset