I always do this… I wrote KaliBrowser over the weekend and today at lunch I was thinking this same setup would be really handy to use with Burp so I put together BurpBrowser that lets you run Burp and Firefox in a browser.

Screen Shot 2016-05-31 at 3.18.23 PM

It runs the following packages:

Ubuntu 16.04
Burp Proxy

Getting started is as easy as:
docker run --name burpbrowser -d -t -i -p 80:6080 jgamblin/burpbrowser

and then point your favorite browser to:

If you want to build a local copy or laugh at how terrible I am at docker here is what is in the Dockerfile:

FROM ubuntu:latest

ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND noninteractive

RUN apt-get update -y && \
apt-get install -y \
git \
xvfb \
x11vnc \
wget \
python \
python-numpy \
unzip \
menu \
geany \
openbox \
net-tools \
geany \
menu \
openjdk-8-jre \

Run cd /root && git clone https://github.com/kanaka/noVNC.git && \
cd noVNC/utils && git clone https://github.com/kanaka/websockify websockify && \
cd /root

ADD burpsuite_pro_v1.7.03.jar /root
ADD burpsuite_free_v1.7.03.jar /root

ADD startup.sh /startup.sh

RUN chmod 0755 /startup.sh && \
apt-get autoclean && \
apt-get autoremove && \
rm -rf /var/lib/apt/lists/*

CMD /startup.sh

Here is what is in the startup.sh

export DISPLAY=:1
Xvfb :1 -screen 0 1600x900x16 &
sleep 5
x11vnc -display :1 -nopw -listen localhost -xkb -ncache 10 -ncache_cr -forever &
cd /root/noVNC && ln -s vnc_auto.html index.html && ./utils/launch.sh --vnc localhost:5900

If you have any questions or comments reach out to me on twitter at @jgamblin

Happy Burping!  : )

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