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Open your terminal and execute the following command to pull the Bright CLI Docker image from the Docker Hub:
docker pull brightsec/cli
The terminal output should look like the following:
$ docker pull brightsec/cli Using default tag: latest latest: Pulling from brightsec/cli ddad3d7c1e96: Already exists ff2036d54c0c: Pull complete a5c80333dc0f: Pull complete b9eb7f92caa6: Pull complete 7c22ofdfc645: Pull complete Digest: sha256: 31ff955245706b8e6a3ccaa7cf44c1edc66c7ae659dd1d308bacf11980b0848d Status: Downloaded newer image for brightsec/cli: latest docker.io/brightsec/cli: latest
To verify a successful installation, open a Command Prompt or Powershell and execute the following command:
docker run --rm -it --name bright-cli brightsec/cli repeater --version
If the CLI's version information is displayed, the installation was successful.
For more details, see the troubleshooting article.
Updated 2 months ago