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RAUDI – A Repo To Automatically Generate And Keep Updated A Series Of Docker Images Through GitHub Actions

RAUDI – A Repo To Automatically Generate And Keep Updated A Series Of Docker Images Through GitHub Actions

RAUDI (Regularly and Automatically Updated Docker Images) automatically generates and keep updated a series of Docker Images through GitHub Actions for tools that are not provided by the developers.

What is RAUDI

RAUDI is what will save you from creating and managing a lot of Docker Images manually. Every time a software is updated you need to update the Docker Image if you want to use the latest features, the dependencies are not working anymore.

This is messy and time-consuming.

Don't worry anymore, we got you covered.


This repo can also be executed locally. The requirements to be met are the following:

  • Python 3.x
  • Docker

The setup phase is pretty straightforward, you just need the following commands:

git clone https://github.com/cybersecsi/RAUDI
pip install -r requirements.txt

You're ready to go!


RAUDI can build and push all the tools that are put into the tools directory. There are different options that can be used when running it.

Execution Modes

Normal Execution

In this mode RAUDI tries to build all the tools if needed. The command to run it is simply:

./raudi.py --all

Single Build

In this mode RAUDI tries to build only the specified tool. The command in this case is:

./raudi.py --single <tool_name>

tool_name MUST be the name of the directory inside the tools folder.

Show tools

If you want to know the available tools you can run this command:

./raudi.py --list


Option Description Default Value
--push Whether automatically push to Docker Hub False
--remote Whether check against Docker Hub instead of local Docker before build False

Available Tools

This is the current list of tools that have been added. Those are all tools that do not have an official Docker Image provided by the developer:

Name Docker Image Source
Apktool secsi/apktool https://github.com/iBotPeaches/Apktool
bfac secsi/bfac https://github.com/mazen160/bfac
dirb secsi/dirb http://dirb.sourceforge.net/
dirhunt secsi/dirhunt https://github.com/Nekmo/dirhunt
dirsearch secsi/dirsearch https://github.com/maurosoria/dirsearch
ffuf secsi/ffuf https://github.com/ffuf/ffuf
fierce secsi/fierce https://github.com/mschwager/fierce
Findsploit secsi/findsploit https://github.com/1N3/Findsploit
Gitrob secsi/gitrob https://github.com/michenriksen/gitrob
gobuster secsi/gobuster https://github.com/OJ/gobuster
hydra secsi/hydra https://github.com/vanhauser-thc/thc-hydra
The JSON Web Token Toolkit secsi/jwt_tool https://github.com/ticarpi/jwt_tool
knock secsi/knockpy https://github.com/guelfoweb/knock
LFI Suite secsi/lfisuite https://github.com/D35m0nd142/LFISuite
MASSCAN secsi/masscan https://github.com/robertdavidgraham/masscan
MassDNS secsi/massdns https://github.com/blechschmidt/massdns
Race The Web secsi/race-the-web https://github.com/TheHackerDev/race-the-web
Retire.js secsi/retire https://github.com/RetireJS/retire.js
Sandcastle secsi/sandcastle https://github.com/0xSearches/sandcastle
sqlmap secsi/sqlmap https://github.com/sqlmapproject/sqlmap
Sublist3r secsi/sublist3r https://github.com/aboul3la/Sublist3r
theHarvester secsi/theharvester https://github.com/laramies/theHarvester
RestfulHarvest secsi/restfulharvest https://github.com/laramies/theHarvester
waybackpy secsi/waybackpy https://github.com/akamhy/waybackpy
WhatWeb secsi/whatweb https://github.com/urbanadventurer/WhatWeb

Tool Structure

Every tool in the tools directory contains at least two file:

  • config.py
  • Dockerfile.
  • README.md (optional README for Docker Hub)

If you want to add a new tool you just have to create a folder for that specific tool inside the tools directory. In this folder you have to insert the Dockerfile with defined build args to customize and automate the build. Once you created the Dockerfile you have to create a config.py in the same directory with a function called get_config(organization, common_args). Be careful: the function MUST be called this way and MUST have those two parameters (even if you do not use them). The returning value is the config for that specific tool and has the following structure:

config =  {
'name': organization+'/<name_of_the_image>',
'version': '', # Should be an helper function
'buildargs': {
'tests': []

The four keys are:

  • name: the name of the Docker Image (e.g. secsi/<tool_name>);
  • version: the version number of the Docker Image. For this you may use a helper function that is able to retrieve the latest available version number (look at tools/ffuf for an example);
  • buildargs: a dict to specify the parts of the Docker Images that are subject to updates (again: look at tools/ffuf for an example);
  • tests: an array of tests (usually just a simple one like '--help').

After doing so you are good to go! Just be careful that the name of the tool MUST BE THE SAME as the directory in which you placed its Dockerfile.


This section provides examples for the currently added Network Security Tools. As you can see the images do provide only the tool, so if you need to use a wordlist you need to mount it.

Generic Example

docker run -it --rm secsi/<tool> <command>

Specific example

docker run -it --rm -v <wordlist_src_dir>:<wordlist_container_dir> secsi/dirb <url> <wordlist_container_dir>/<wordlist_file>


  • Add GitHub Actions
  • Add '--local' option Add '--remote' option (by default it is local)
  • Add README for every tool Add general README for all RAUDI Docker Image
  • Add custom logger
  • Config file for customization (like the organization name) Customizable organization name in tools/main.py
  • Add GitHub page (different repo)
  • Switch to Alpine-based images
  • Automate Docker Hub README updates (doesn't seems to work with Docker Free Plan)
  • Add tests for each tool (that allows it)
  • Add auto-commit
  • Better error handling


Everyone is invited to contribute! If you are a user of the tool and have a suggestion for a new feature or a bug to report, please do so through the issue tracker.


RAUDI is proudly developed @SecSI by:


RAUDI is an open-source and free software released under the GNU GPL v3.