HOUDINI: A web app with huge number of Docker Images for Network Security with run commands and cheatsheet (Hundreds of Offensive and Useful Docker Images for Network Intrusion )

Hello, I just published a webapp that groups hundreds of Docker Images that can be used for Network Security purposes called HOUDINI (Hundreds of Offensive and Useful Docker Images for Network Intrusion).
These are the links:
- [GitHub repo](https://github.com/cybersecsi/HOUDINI)
- [Web App](https://houdini.secsi.io)

Please let me know if this is the correct thread, otherwise I will delete this post.

3 thoughts on “HOUDINI: A web app with huge number of Docker Images for Network Security with run commands and cheatsheet (Hundreds of Offensive and Useful Docker Images for Network Intrusion )”

  1. Some simple tagging might be useful when there’s that many tools. DNS, pentest, fingerprinting, decompiler, exploit, file tools, etc.

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  2. My comment is a bit unrelated but it’s interesting that you add “ascii-art” as a dependency, define its use in a function (sexyIntro), but never actually use it (also third argument should not be bool). This dependency brings 136 modules with 3078 files for 188 Mb, for absolutely no reason. Also, hardcoding the ascii-art seems like a very viable and straightforward solution.

    My 2 cents :p

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