Anonymous, public read access to a container and its blobs can be enabled in Azure Blob storage. It grants read-only access to these resources without sharing the account key or requiring a shared access signature. We recommend you do not provide anonymous access to blob containers until, and unless, it is strongly desired. A shared access signature token should be used for providing controlled and timed access to blob containers.
Data in the storage container could be exposed publicly
Disable public access to storage containers
The following example will fail the azure-storage-container-activity-logs-not-public check.
The following example will pass the azure-storage-container-activity-logs-not-public check.