At this point in our series on creating a customized hacking container, you should be able to use Docker to save and retrieve customized instances of Ubuntu from your own machine. Make sure to revisit part one and part two if you need a refresher.

Previously: How to Create a Reusable Burner OS with Docker, Part 2: Customizing Our Hacking Container

In this article, we’re interested in security, which is why a lot of us are here on Null Byte in the first place, right?

One of the advantages of Docker and containerized operating systems is that they can be destroyed and replaced with just a few… more

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