CDK – Zero Dependency Container Penetration Toolkit

CDK is an open-sourced container penetration toolkit, designed for offering stable exploitation in different slimmed containers without any OS dependency. It comes with useful net-tools and many powerful PoCs/EXPs helps you to escape container and takeover K8s cluster easily. Currently still under development, submit issues or mail [email protected] if you need any help. Installation DownloadRead More

Bento – A Minimal Fedora-Based Container For Penetration Tests And CTF With The Sweet Addition Of GUI Applications

A bento (弁当, bentō) is a single-portion take-out or home-packed meal of Japanese origin. Bento Toolkit is a simple and minimal docker container for penetration testers and CTF players. It has the portability of Docker with the addition of X, so you can also run GUI application (like burp). Prerequisites To run bento you needRead More

Grype – A Vulnerability Scanner For Container Images And Filesystems

A vulnerability scanner for container images and filesystems. Easily install the binary to try it out. Features Scan the contents of a container image or filesystem to find known vulnerabilities. Find vulnerabilities for major operating system packages Alpine BusyBox CentOS / Red Hat Debian Ubuntu Find vulnerabilities for language-specific packages Ruby (Bundler) Java (JARs, etc)Read More

Anchore Engine – A Service That Analyzes Docker Images And Applies User-Defined Acceptance Policies To Allow Automated Container Image Validation And Certification

For the most up-to-date information on Anchore Engine, Anchore CLI, and other Anchore software, please refer to the Anchore DocumentationThe Anchore Engine is an open-source project that provides a centralized service for inspection, analysis, and certification of container images. The Anchore Engine is provided as a Docker container image that can be run standalone orRead More

Cnitch – Container Snitch Checks Running Processes Under The Docker Engine And Alerts If Any Are Found To Be Running As Root

cnitch (snitch or container snitch) is a simple framework and command line tool for monitoring Docker containers to identify any processes which are running as root.Why is this a bad thing? If you have not already been to can I haz non-privileged containers? by mhausenblas then I recommend you head over there now to getRead More

Terrier – A Image And Container Analysis Tool To Identify And Verify The Presence Of Specific Files According To Their Hashes

[*] Terrier is a Image and Container analysis tool that can be used to scan OCI images and Containers to identify and verify the presence of specific files according to their hashes. A detailed writeup of Terrier can be found on the Heroku blog, Installation BinariesFor installation instructions from binaries please visit the ReleasesRead More