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mondoo shell aws ec2 ebs

Connect to an AWS instance using an EBS volume scan (requires AWS host)


Connect to an AWS instance using an EBS volume scan. This requires that the scan be executed on an instance that is running inside of AWS.

mondoo shell aws ec2 ebs INSTANCEID [flags]


      --ask-pass                         ask for connection password
-c, --command string a command to run in the shell
-t, --connection string The connection is the identifier a way to reach the asset. Supported connections are 'local://', 'docker://' and 'ssh://'
--discover string enables the discovery of nested assets. Supported are 'all|auto|instances|host-instances|host-machines|container|container-images' (default "auto")
--discover-filter stringToString additional filter for asset discovery (default [])
-h, --help help for ebs
--host-machines also scan host machines like ESXi server
-i, --identity-file string Selects a file from which the identity (private key) for public key authentication is read.
--insecure disables TLS/SSL checks or SSH hostkey config
--instances also scan instances (only applies to api targets like aws, azure or gcp)
--option stringToString addition connection options, multiple options can be passed in via --option key=value (default [])
-p, --password string connection password e.g. for ssh/winrm
--path string path to a local file or directory that the connection should use
--platform-id string select an specific asset by providing the platform id for the target
--sudo runs with sudo

Options inherited from parent commands

      --config string      config file (default is $HOME/.config/mondoo/mondoo.yml)
--log-level string set log-level: error, warn, info, debug, trace (default "info")
-v, --verbose verbose output