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lacework vulnerability host show-assessment

Show results of a host vulnerability assessment


Show results of a host vulnerability assessment.

To find the machine id from hosts in your environment, use the command:

lacework vulnerability host list-cves

Grab a CVE id and feed it to the command:

lacework vulnerability host list-hosts my_cve_id
lacework vulnerability host show-assessment <machine_id> [flags]


      --active                    only show vulnerabilities of packages actively running in your environment
--collector_type string filter assessments by collector type (Agent or Agentless) (default "Agentless")
--csv output vulnerability assessment in CSV format
--details increase details of a vulnerability assessment
--fail_on_fixable fail if the assessed container has fixable vulnerabilities
--fail_on_severity string specify a severity threshold to fail if vulnerabilities are found (critical, high, medium, low, info)
--fixable only show fixable vulnerabilities
-h, --help help for show-assessment
--packages show a list of packages with CVE count
--severity string filter vulnerability assessment by severity threshold (critical, high, medium, low, info)

Options inherited from parent commands

  -a, --account string      account subdomain of URL (i.e. <ACCOUNT>
-k, --api_key string access key id
-s, --api_secret string secret access key
--api_token string access token (replaces the use of api_key and api_secret)
--debug turn on debug logging
--json switch commands output from human-readable to json format
--nocache turn off caching
--nocolor turn off colors
--noninteractive turn off interactive mode (disable spinners, prompts, etc.)
--organization access organization level data sets (org admins only)
-p, --profile string switch between profiles configured at ~/.lacework.toml
--subaccount string sub-account name inside your organization (org admins only)