The recommended way to use Jok3r is inside a Docker container so you will not have to worry about dependencies issues and installing the various hacking tools of the toolbox.
A Docker image is available on Docker Hub and automatically re-built at each update: https://hub.docker.com/r/koutto/jok3r/. It is initially based on official Kali Linux Docker image (kalilinux/kali-linux-docker).
Pull Jok3r Docker Image:
sudo docker pull koutto/jok3r
Run fresh Docker container:
sudo docker run -i -t --name jok3r-container -w /root/jok3r --net=host koutto/jok3r
Important: –net=host option is required to share host’s interface. It is needed for reverse connections (e.g. Ping to container when testing for RCE, Get a reverse shell) Jok3r and its toolbox is ready-to-use !
- To re-run a stopped container:
sudo docker start -i jok3r-container
- To open multiple shells inside the container:
sudo docker exec -it jok3r-container bash
Build your own Jok3r Docker Image¶
If you want to build your own Jok3r image from a fresh Kali image rather than use our pre-made one, run the following commands:
wget https://raw.githubusercontent.com/koutto/jok3r/master/docker/Dockerfile sudo docker build -t jok3r-image .
For better convenience when editing files, Sublime-text editor is installed inside Docker image. It is a GUI application, so you need to connect the container to host’s X server to be able to run it:
- Use the following command to run the container:
sudo docker run -i -t --name jok3r-container -w /root/jok3r -e DISPLAY=$DISPLAY -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix --net=host koutto/jok3r
- On the host, execute the following command: