Here we run kube-hunter in a pod within the cluster. This gives an indication of how exposed your cluster would be in the event that one of your application pods is compromised (through a software vulnerability, for example).
Check the logs of the kube-hunter pod to see the results. ```
Get the pod name
$ kubectl -n kube-hunter describe job kube-hunter
Check the logs
$ kubectl -n kube-hunter logs
When the kube-hunter reports an issue, it will show its VID (Vulnerability ID) in the pod logs. You can further explore about that vulnerability by putting the VID on this site.
If you want to run kube-hunter on daily basis, feel free to convert it to a cronjob.
To know more, check this official guide.