While automating some aspects of my OSINT (Open-source Intelligence) process, I realised there was no Go client for the Robtex API, so I decided to create one.
It’s been a while since I wanted to carve the time to learn Go. Everyone seemed to love it, so I wanted to give it a try.
I started by reading The Little Go Book. My reaction after a couple of hours?
Everyone loves Burp, but sometimes moving around the Professional version among different virtual machines could be laborious.
That’s why I finally decided to port it to docker. Read along if you wanna know how to replicate the setup (or even to know how to run any GUI application from docker).
The latest 2 releases of Needle were focused on providing features essential for its integration within a CI pipeline.