Introduction To Docker For CTFs


I'm using docker more often for CTFs, but it's also useful to host challenges. More CTFs share Dockerfiles to run it locally, so I figured it's time to give an introduction to docker. If you have some other tips or tricks about your workflow, please share it below!

Example challenge and CTF container:

-=[ 🔴 Stuff I use ]=-

→ Microphone:*
→ Graphics tablet:*
→ Camera#1 for streaming:*
→ Lens for streaming:*
→ Connect Camera#1 to PC:*
→ Camera#2 for electronics:*
→ Lens for macro shots:*
→ Keyboard:*
→ Headphones:*

-=[ ❤️ Support ]=-

→ per Video:
→ per Month:

-=[ 🐕 Social ]=-

→ Twitter:
→ Website:
→ Subreddit:
→ Facebook:

-=[ 📄 P.S. ]=-

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Introduction To Docker For CTFs Introduction To Docker For CTFs Reviewed by Anonymous on February 14, 2020 Rating: 5