Installing Cuckoo Sandbox on Mac OS

Source: https://github.com/blacktop/docker-cuckoo

Thanks to Blacktop for the tip!
curl -sL https://github.com/blacktop/docker-cuckoo/raw/master/docker-compose.yml > docker-compose.yml
$ docker-compose up -d
# Cuckoo API is listening on port 8000 now.
$ curl $(docker-machine ip):8000/cuckoo/status


Useful Commands:

$ docker run -d --name mongo mongo
$ docker run -d --name postgres -e POSTGRES_PASSWORD=cuckoo postgres
$ docker run -d --name elasticsearch elasticsearch
$ docker run -d -v $(pwd)/conf:/cuckoo/conf:ro \
--link postgres \
-p 8000:1337 \
blacktop/cuckoo api
$ docker run -d -v $(pwd)/conf:/cuckoo/conf:ro \
--link mongo \
--link elasticsearch \
-p 80:31337 \
blacktop/cuckoo web
docker run blacktop/cuckoo daemon       # start cuckoo.py
docker run blacktop/cuckoo submit # run utils/submit.py
docker run blacktop/cuckoo process # run utils/process.py
docker run blacktop/cuckoo api # starts RESTFull API
docker run blacktop/cuckoo web # starts web UI
docker run blacktop/cuckoo distributed # runs distributed/app.py
docker run blacktop/cuckoo stats # utils/stats.py
docker run blacktop/cuckoo help # runs cuckoo.py --help

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