This ticket explains how to create and customize a Docker image for the Burp Suite Professional Edition. The main difference with a creation of an image for the Burp Suite Free Edition is that you will need to register a valid license during the image creation.
- Create a Dockerfile for the initial image. You will need to have the burpsuite_pro_Vx.y.z jar file; the jar should be in the bin folder that is on the same level as the Dockerfile. The Docker file looks like this:
FROM openjdk:8u121-jre-alpine RUN apk --update add openssl ca-certificates ttf-dejavu && \ rm -f /var/cache/apk/* && \ mkdir -p /opt/burp /work && \ adduser -D -s /bin/sh user user && \ chown -R user /work ADD bin/* /opt/burp/ RUN chown -R user /home/user/.* USER user WORKDIR /work EXPOSE 8080
- Build the image:
docker build -t burppro .
- Run the image. It will be needed to run the Burp in the UI mode in order to register the license and (eventually) to customize the application (like installing extensions); unfortunately it is not possible to install extensions directly from the command line, so you will have to do it manually.
docker run -ti \ -e DISPLAY=$DISPLAY \ -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix\ burppro \ java -jar /opt/burp/burpsuite_pro.jar
- Once you’ve finished the customization, commit the new image in order to save the changes made on the initial image.
docker commit <burppro_container_id> burppro_with_license_with_extension
- Run the new image (in headless mode).
docker run -p8080:8080 -ti \ burppro_with_license_with_extension \ java -jar -Djava.awt.headless=true /opt/burp/burpsuite_pro.jar