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README.MD

Trend Micro Cloud One Container Security (Formerly Deep Security Smart Check)

You can find the original code on: https://github.com/deep-security/smartcheck-scan-action

Scan your containers with Trend Micro Cloud One Container Security (Formerly Deep Security Smart Check).

This tool is used by the Deep Security Smart Check plugin for Jenkins and can also be used as a GitHub Action.

Requirements

Usage

Add an Action in your .github/workflow yml file to scan your image with Trend Micro Cloud One Container Security.

- name: Cloud One Container Security Scan Action
  uses: felipecosta09/Deep-Security-Smart-Check-Scan-Action@version*
   with:
      # Mandatory
      DSSC_IMAGE_NAME: myorg/myimage
      DSSC_SMARTCHECK_HOST: myorg.com
      DSSC_SMARTCHECK_USER: admin
      DSSC_SMARTCHECK_PASSWORD: 12345
      DSSC_IMAGE_PULL_AUTH: {"username":"<user>","password":"<password>"}

      # Optional
      DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_TLS_VERIFY: true
      DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_REGISTRY_TLS_VERIFY: true
      DSSC_PREREGISTRY_SCAN: false
      DSSC_PREREGISTRY_HOST: myorg.com
      DSSC_PREREGISTRY_USER: admin
      DSSC_PREREGISTRY_PASSWORD: 12345
      DSSC_RESULTS_FILE: /results.json
      DSSC_FINDINGS_THRESHOLD: '{"malware": 100, "vulnerabilities": { "defcon1": 100, "critical": 100, "high": 100 }, "contents": { "defcon1": 100, "critical": 100, "high": 100 }, "checklists": { "defcon1": 100, "critical": 100, "high": 100 }}'    

Parameters

All parameters can be passed as CLI parameters or environment variables by switching to all caps and prefixing with DSSC_. Example: --image-name could be given with DSSC_IMAGE_NAME.

  • smartcheck-host | DSSC_SMARTCHECK_HOST

    • The hostname of the Deep Security Smart Check deployment. Example: smartcheck.example.com
  • insecure-skip-tls-verify | DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_TLS_VERIFY

    • If the client should ignore certificate errors when connecting to Deep Security Smart Check. You may want to set this if you've configured a self signed cert.
  • smartcheck-user | DSSC_SMARTCHECK_USER

    • The username to authenticate with the Deep Security Smart Check deployment
  • smartcheck-password | DSSC_SMARTCHECK_PASSWORD

    • The password to authenticate with the Deep Security Smart Check deployment
  • image-name | DSSC_IMAGE_NAME

    • The name of the image to scan
  • image-pull-auth | DSSC_IMAGE_PULL_AUTH

    • A JSON object of credentials for authenticating with the registry to pull the image from. Example:

      {
        "username": "<user>",
        "password": "<password>"
      }
    • If you're using AWS, you can use this example below:

      '{"aws":{"region":"us-east-1","accessKeyID":"'$AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID'","secretAccessKey":"'$AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY'"}}'

    PS.: ALWAYS use secrets to expose your credentials!

    See creating a scan in the Deep Security Smart Check API Reference for additional registry credentials options.

  • insecure-skip-registry-tls-verify | DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_REGISTRY_TLS_VERIFY

    • If Deep Security Smart Check should ignore certificate errors from the image registry.
  • preregistry-scan | DSSC_PREREGISTRY_SCAN

    • Specify this option to trigger a "pre-registry scan", which pushes the image to a temporary registry on the scan system.
  • preregistry-host | DSSC_PREREGISTRY_HOST

    • The hostname of the temporary registry. Defaults to the smartcheck-host on port 5000.
  • preregistry-user | DSSC_PREREGISTRY_USER

    • The username to authenticate with the temporary registry.
  • preregistry-password | DSSC_PREREGISTRY_PASSWORD

    • The password to authenticate with the temporary registry.
  • results-file | DSSC_RESULTS_FILE - default: scan-results.json

    • The path to write the scan results to. If not provided, the scan results will be written to stdout.
  • findings-threshold | DSSC_FINDINGS_THRESHOLD

    • A JSON object that can be used to fail this step if an image contains findings that exceed the threshold.

      Default value:

      {
        "malware": 0,
        "vulnerabilities": {
          "defcon1": 0,
          "critical": 0,
          "high": 0
        },
        "contents": {
          "defcon1": 0,
          "critical": 0,
          "high": 0
        },
        "checklists": {
          "defcon1": 0,
          "critical": 0,
          "high": 0
        }
      }

      Schema:

      interface FindingsThreshold {
        malware?: number;
        contents?: {
          defcon1?: number;
          critical?: number;
          high?: number;
          medium?: number;
          low?: number;
          negligible?: number;
          unknown?: number;
        };
        vulnerabilities?: {
          defcon1?: number;
          critical?: number;
          high?: number;
          medium?: number;
          low?: number;
          negligible?: number;
          unknown?: number;
        };
        checklists?: {
          defcon1?: number;
          critical?: number;
          high?: number;
          medium?: number;
          low?: number;
          negligible?: number;
          unknown?: number;
        };
      }

Example Workflow Using Github Actions

name: Cloud One Container Security

on: 
  push:
    branches: 
      - master
      
jobs:      
    Cloud-One-Container-Security-Scan-Action:
       runs-on: ubuntu-latest
       steps:
        - name: Cloud One Container Security Scan ECR
          uses: felipecosta09/Deep-Security-Smart-Check-Scan-Action@version*
          with:
            DSSC_IMAGE_NAME: myECRrepo/myimage
            DSSC_SMARTCHECK_HOST: ${{ secrets.DSSC_SMARTCHECK_HOST }}
            DSSC_SMARTCHECK_USER: ${{ secrets.DSSC_SMARTCHECK_USER }}
            DSSC_SMARTCHECK_PASSWORD: ${{ secrets.DSSC_SMARTCHECK_PASSWORD }}
            DSSC_IMAGE_PULL_AUTH: ${{ secrets.DSSC_IMAGE_PULL_AUTH }}
            DSSC_FINDINGS_THRESHOLD: '{"malware": 999, "vulnerabilities": { "defcon1": 999, "critical": 999, "high": 999 }, "contents": { "defcon1": 999, "critical": 999, "high": 999 }, "checklists": { "defcon1": 999, "critical": 999, "high": 999 }}'
            DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_TLS_VERIFY: true
            DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_REGISTRY_TLS_VERIFY: true
        - name: Cloud One Container Security Scan ACR
          uses: felipecosta09/Deep-Security-Smart-Check-Scan-Action@version*
          with:
            DSSC_IMAGE_NAME: myrepo.azurecr.io/myimage
            DSSC_SMARTCHECK_HOST: ${{ secrets.DSSC_SMARTCHECK_HOST }}
            DSSC_SMARTCHECK_USER: ${{ secrets.DSSC_SMARTCHECK_USER }}
            DSSC_SMARTCHECK_PASSWORD: ${{ secrets.DSSC_SMARTCHECK_PASSWORD }}
            DSSC_IMAGE_PULL_AUTH: '{"username": "${{ secrets.ACR_USER }}","password": "${{ secrets.ACR_PASSWORD }}"}'
            DSSC_FINDINGS_THRESHOLD: '{"malware": 999, "vulnerabilities": { "defcon1": 999, "critical": 999, "high": 999 }, "contents": { "defcon1": 999, "critical": 999, "high": 999 }, "checklists": { "defcon1": 999, "critical": 999, "high": 999 }}'
            DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_TLS_VERIFY: true
            DSSC_INSECURE_SKIP_REGISTRY_TLS_VERIFY: true

Example Workflow Running a Docker Container

name: Cloud One Container Security Pipeline Example

on: 
  push:
    branches: 
      - master
      
jobs:      
    Cloud-One-Container-Security-Scan-Action:
       runs-on: ubuntu-latest
       steps:
        - name: Cloud One Container Security
          run: |
          docker run -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock deepsecurity/smartcheck-scan-action --image-name MYREGISTRY/MYIMAGE --smartcheck-host=DSSC_URL --smartcheck-user=DSSC_USER --smartcheck-password=DSSC_PASSSWORD --insecure-skip-tls-verify --insecure-skip-registry-tls-verify --image-pull-auth='{"aws":{"region":"us-east-1","accessKeyID":"'$AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID'","secretAccessKey":"'$AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY'"}}' --findings-threshold '{"malware": 100, "vulnerabilities": { "defcon1": 100, "critical": 100, "high": 100 }, "contents": { "defcon1": 100, "critical": 100, "high": 100 }, "checklists": { "defcon1": 100, "critical": 100, "high": 100 }}'
          

Pre-registry scanning

To enable pre-registry scanning, you will need to provide the preregistry-scan, preregistry-user, and preregistry-password parameters to the scan. If you are running the temporary registry as a separate service or on a port other than 5000, you will also need to provide the preregistry-host parameter, specifying the hostname and port number where you are running the temporary registry.

IMPORTANT: The pre-registry scan needs access to the Docker daemon through the Docker socket, so if you are running the scan action as a container, make sure to mount /var/run/docker.sock. If you are using smartcheck-scan-action as a GitHub Action, the runtime environment will do this step for you.

Contributing

If you encounter a bug, think of a useful feature, or find something confusing in the docs, please create a new issue!

We ❤️ pull requests. If you'd like to fix a bug, contribute to a feature or just correct a typo, please feel free to do so.

If you're thinking of adding a new feature, consider opening an issue first to discuss it to ensure it aligns to the direction of the project (and potentially save yourself some time!).

Support

Official support from Trend Micro is not available. Individual contributors may be Trend Micro employees, but are not official support.

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