The Offensive Dockerfiles collection is a repository of some of the best OSINT apps available.
- Official Github page for Offensive Dockerfiles: https://github.com/khast3x/Offensive-Dockerfiles
- Official project page: https://awesomeopensource.com/project/khast3x/Offensive-Dockerfiles
How to Install Offensive Dockerfiles (Collection):
Check out these 2 methods to install and run Offensive Dockerfiles: use the DeployHelper ("automatic") or build-and-run one-by-one.
Method 1: Run the Offensive Dockerfiles DeployHelper
Note: This does not work with OLD (32-bit) computers. You need a 64-bit Windows, Linux, or Mac computer to run the Offensive Dockerfiles DeployHelper script.
Editor opinion: At first, I really liked the DeployHelper. But after using it for awhile, I ended up switching over to just manually running and building (using Method 2) for the simplicity.
Try Method 1 and Method 2 - see which one works best for you.
Step 1: Clone
git clone https://github.com/khast3x/Offensive-Dockerfiles.git
Step 2: Change to the newly-cloned folder:
Step 3: Change to the bin folder
Step 4: Launch the deploy helper (but replace "linux" in the command with the part of the file that corresponds with your operating system environment - for Mac use "darwin", Windows use "windows", for Linux leave it as "linux")
Method 2: Manually Build and Run Offensive Dockerfiles
Use the steps below if:
- The DeployHelper is giving you trouble (or you're running an old 32-bit machine that doesn't support the DeployHelper).
- You want to run Offensive Dockerfiles manually, one-by-one
git clone https://github.com/khast3x/Offensive-Dockerfiles.git cd Offensive-Dockerfiles/sqlmap sudo docker build -t sqlmap . sudo docker run -it sqlmap:latest --wizard git clone https://github.com/khast3x/Offensive-Dockerfiles.git
*** Important Note #1: In the third line of the code snippet above, the "." is required.
*** Important Note #2: In the 2nd and 3rd lines of the code snippet above, change "sqlmap" to the name of whatever program you want to launch (such as emailharvester, cmseek, photon, etc).
*** Important Note #3: In the 4th line of the code snippet above, make sure you include the ":latest" text.
# Now run the deployHelper to launch the Offensive Dockerfiles menu in the CLI: