Kali linux on Docker Installation

# docker pull kalilinux/kali-linux-docker
# docker run -ti kalilinux/kali-linux-docker bash
# apt full-upgrade -y

-above installation is for base installation only. There are other tools packages need to be installed
For examples:
* kali-linux 1.5GB
The kali-linux metapackage is a completely bare-bones installation of Kali Linux and includes various network services such as Apache and SSH, the Kali kernel, and a number of version control applications like git, svn, etc. All of the other metapackages listed below also contain kali-linux.
* kali-linux-all 15GB
In order to keep our ISO sizes reasonable, we are unable to include every single tool that we package for Kali and there are a number of tools that are not able to be used depending on hardware, such as various GPU tools. If you want to install every available Kali Linux package, you can install the kali-linux-all metapackage.
* kali-linux-forensic 3.1GB
If you are doing forensics work, you don’t want your analysis system to contain a bunch of unnecessary tools. To the rescue comes the kali-linux-forensic metapackage, which only contains the forensics tools in Kali.
* kali-linux-full 9GB
When you download a Kali Linux ISO, you are essentially downloading an installation that has the kali-linux-fullmetapackage installed. This package includes all of the tools you are familiar with in Kali.
* kali-linux-gpu 4.8GB
GPU utilities are very powerful but need special hardware in order to function correctly. For this reason, they are not included in the default Kali Linux installation but you can install them all at once with kali-linux-gpu and get cracking.
* kali-linux-pwtools 6GB
The kali-linux-pwtools metapackage contains over 40 different password cracking utilities as well as the GPU tools contained in kali-linux-gpu.
* kali-linux-rfid 1.5GB
For our users who are doing RFID research and exploitation, we have the kali-linux-rfid metapackage containing all of the RFID tools available in Kali Linux.
* kali-linux-sdr 2.4GB
The kali-linux-sdr metapackage contains a large selection of tools for your Software Defined Radio hacking needs.
* kali-linux-top10 3.5GB
In Kali Linux, we have a sub-menu called “Top 10 Security Tools”. The kali-linux-top10 metapackage will install all of these tools for you in one fell swoop.
* kali-linux-voip 1.8GB
Many people have told us they use Kali Linux to conduct VoIP testing and research so they will be happy to know we now have a dedicated kali-linux-voip metapackage with 20+ tools.
* kali-linux-web 4.9GB
Web application assessments are very common in the field of penetration testing and for this reason, Kali includes the kali-linux-web metapackage containing dozens of tools related to web application hacking.
* kali-linux-wireless 6.6GB
Like web applications, many penetration testing assessments are targeted towards wireless networks. The kali-linux-wireless metapackage contains all the tools you’ll need in one easy to install package.

# apt install kali-linux-top10 man-db exploitdb -y

To see the list of tools included in a metapackage, you can use simple apt commands. For example, to list all the tools included in the kali-linux-web metapackage, we could:
# apt-cache show kali-linux-top10 man-db |grep Depends
Depends: kali-linux, aircrack-ng, burpsuite, hydra, john, maltego, maltego-teeth, metasploit-framework, nmap, zaproxy, sqlmap, wireshark
Depends: bsdmainutils, debconf (>= 1.2.0) | debconf-2.0, groff-base (>= 1.18.1.1-15), libc6 (>= 2.17), libgdbm5 (>= 1.12), libpipeline1 (>= 1.5.0), libseccomp2 (>= 2.1.0), zlib1g (>= 1:1.1.4)
Pre-Depends: dpkg (>= 1.16.1~)

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