Docker Security Playground is a microservices-based and open source platform, capable of running simultaneous container-based virtualization to create network security scenarios.
For network security researchers, virtualization is an fundamental way to generate network infrastructures. Docker Security Playground offers a platform to every professional figure that wants to learn about network security problems, vulnerabilities and tools, allowing to create a microservices-based platform composed of labs that are developed by using an IaC approach.JOIN THE COMMUNITY
Through Docker technology it’s possible to have lightweight services on your own PC without the cost of a full virtualization, so Docker Security Playground takes advantages of this feature to provide users a full microservices-based framework for the implementation of attack scenarios in virtualized network infrastructures: labs designers can create their advanced network labs by using image created by other users (image designers).
Use these scenarios to learn each phase of a vulnerability assessment
Use container-based virtualization to create network security scenarios
Generate network infrastructures to have a virtual platform and limit experiment costs
Learn how to enumerate host or network users using SMTP verbs
A simple lab about scanning and enumeration of FTP/TFTP
Practice your DNS Enumeration skills
Linux Privilege Escalation Using PATH Variable
Privilege Escalation using scheduled cronjobs
Sudo v1.8.27 vulnerable to privilege escalation
Get a psk-key from a badly configured open swan server
Learn how to create an SSH tunnel with Local Port Forwarding
Learn how to create an SSH tunnel with Remote Port Forwarding