1. Overview

Scan Harbor registries.

2. Scan images on Harbor Registry in Compute Console

Configure Prisma Cloud to scan your Harbor registry. To scan a repository in Harbor, create a new registry scan setting.

  1. Open Console

  2. Go to Defend > Vulnerabilities > Images > Registry Settings.

  3. Click Add Registry.

  4. In the dialog, enter the following information:

    1. In the Version drop-down list, select Harbor.

    2. In the Registry field, enter the FQDN of your Harbor registry (https://).

    3. In Repository name, enter the name of the repository to scan, or leave this blank to scan all repositories.

    4. In Credential, select the credentials to use.

      If Console doesn’t have a copy of your credentials yet, click Add New. Select either Basic authentication, and fill out the rest of the fields. The minimum required credentials for each repository is Limited Guest.

    5. In OS type, specify whether the repo holds Linux or Windows images.

    6. In Scanner, select Automatic.

      Console automatically selects an available Defender to execute the scan job. Alternatively, you can explicitly select a Defender from the drop-down list. Defenders are listed according to the hosts where they run. For more information, see deployment patterns.

    7. In Number of scanners, enter the number of Defenders across which scan jobs can be distributed.

    8. Set Cap to the number of most recent images to scan. Leaving Cap set to the default value of 5 will scan the most recent 5 images. Setting this field to 0 will scan all images.

    9. Click Add.

  5. Click the yellow save button.

    save button
  6. Verify that the images in the repository are being scanned.

    1. Go to Monitor > Vulnerabilities > Images > Registries.

      A progress indicator at the top right of the window shows the status of the current scan. As the scan of each image is completed, its findings are added to the results table.

    2. To get details about the vulnerabilities in an image, click on it.

      To force a specific repository to be scanned again, select Scan from the top right of the results table, then click on the specific registry to rescan.

3. Integrate Compute as pluggable scanner

Configure Compute as a pluggable scanner to view vulnerability scan results in Harbor Console itself, in addition to Compute Console. To add Compute as a vulnerability scanner in Harbor, follow steps outlined above for adding Harbor registry in Compute Console.

  1. In Harbor, go to the Administration > Interrogation Services page and click New Scanner.

  2. In the pop up, enter details your Compute Console details

    1. In Name, provide a name for the scanner.

    2. In HTTP Endpoint:

      Login to your Compute Console, navigate to Defend > Vulnerabilities > Registry page. Under Harbor scanner adapter section, copy the URL from field b: "Use the following URL as the Harbor Scanner endpoint".

      This section only becomes visible after adding Harbor Registry in Compute Console as a registry as per steps outlined in section above.
    3. Authorization: None:

      Due to a current bug in all Harbor versions other types of authentication methods result in error messages. See https://github.com/goharbor/harbor/issues/12919
  3. Test Connection and click Save.

    You can now go to Vulnerability tab under Interrogation services and hit Scan Now for vulnerability scanning reports.

    Note that when a scan is revoked from Harbor Console using Compute as a vulnerability scanner, Harbor pulls scan from Compute Console. In order to receive faster results, make sure you scan the registry on Compute Console as well.