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Log into Mondoo Platform for More Capabilities

You can expand your cnquery capabilities with a free Mondoo Platform account. Mondoo Platform includes a web-based UI through which you can:

  • See the relationships between different assets in your infrastructure
  • Continuously monitor infrastructure security and compliance
  • Save, review, search, and share scan results
  • Access over 200 free security policies, including specific compliance checks against regional and industry guidelines
  • Manage and share policies across your entire infrastructure
  • Integrate with AWS Lambda, EBS volume scans, Kubernetes controller, and more

This is just a partial list of capabilities. To learn more about what you can accomplish with Mondoo Platform, visit

Log into Mondoo Platform

  1. In your web browser, go to the Mondoo signup page.

Sign up for Mondoo Platform

  1. Register for a free trial. Mondoo sends you email with new account instructions.

  2. Follow the steps in the email to create your new account.

Register cnquery

When you first log in, Mondoo greets you with a landing page.

Landing Page

  1. Select Browse Integrations.

    Add cnquery

  2. Under Workstation, select cnquery. Mondoo provides quick setup commands and a token for registering cnquery.

    Register cnquery with Mondoo Platform

  3. Select your operating system and then copy the commands in the box below.

  4. In a terminal window, paste and run the copied commands.

cnquery is now registered with Mondoo Platform. The next time you query your infrastructure, you can see your assets in the Mondoo Console.

To learn about working in the Mondoo Console, see the Mondoo Platform documentation.

Specify a proxy server for communication with Mondoo

You can specify a proxy server for communication between cnquery and Mondoo Platform. This is useful if your default system proxy restricts communication, or if you need to monitor different types of traffic.

  1. Find the Mondoo configuration file: /etc/opt/mondoo/mondoo.yml.

  2. Add this line to mondoo.yml: