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I was looking at Kali's blog post about its official Docker image, and I was wondering what the real benefits are. Why would I would run penetration testing through a docker image? Is it something about automating testing? Is it just because it's clean and easy to setup?

Thank you in advance.

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You got it. The primary benefit comes from having every new engagement start with a known fresh copy.

Everything is set up and ready to go. You're guaranteed that nothing from previous engagements is still there. (That could be a serious liability if confidential information leaked from one client to another).

Internally, you could have a tool which spins up a fresh testing platform, scans your network, sends a report, and then shuts down.

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