Container vulnerability management

Find, fix and monitor vulnerabilities in your Docker images

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Test. Detect vulnerabilities throughout the development process

Git integration

Allow developers to easily secure their Docker images and applications from directly within their Git (GitHub, GitLab and Bitbucket).

CI/CD integration

Scan images quickly and easily using the CLI or in local development environments, integrating directly into various pipelines. Use policies to break a build in certain conditions as needed.


Scanning Docker images that are located in registries such as Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR) and Artifactory.

Analyze. Enriched information for better triaging

Vulnerability layer origin

For every vulnerability, Snyk displays the Dockerfile line it originated from, allowing you to easily prioritize the relevant lines for remediation.

Vulnerabilities tree

Snyk automatically creates a tree of direct and indirect dependencies to provide deep context into how each vulnerability was introduced.


Snyk expands its security coverage by scanning key binaries installed on the image including those not only installed by the OS package manager (such as dpkg, RPM or APK), but also those installed by files downloaded and manually installed.

Fix. Minimize vulnerability exposure and reduce time-to-fix with automated remediation

In-line fix recommendation

For each vulnerability, Snyk provides fix advice of a possible upgrade.

Base image remediation

Snyk offers actionable remediation advice for upgrading to the most secure base image, eliminating large amount of vulnerabilities without introducing breaks to the code.

Automated Fix pull request

Coming soon

Snyk populates a pull request that changes to the base image recommended, making fixing fast and seamless for you.

Monitor. Protecting the image after the initial scan

Alerts of newly disclosed vulns

Track your Docker images projects and receive alerts for newly disclosed vulnerabilities.
Get alerted through slack and emails.