I am not looking for a tutorial for a feat.
"LostVicking" in a Docker forum post seems to be trying to mount its webcam device in a Docker container, but it is unsuccessful:
Is it possible to forward the webcam video to an image that can be coupled from Windows
10? I have seen the same question for Linux and the solution seems
be to use:
docker run –privileged -v / dev / video0: / dev / video0
Is there any similar trick when I am running Docker on Windows 10?
Presumably, isn't there an equivalent mount point that can be linked?
This made me wonder if Docker Desktop could facilitate the installation of the keyboard capture or other capture (audio, video, network), either by an adversary user with physical access to a shared machine (university computer lab, cyber café) or an intruder online. Or can Windows USB devices not be shared with Docker containers through Docker Desktop?
Is there an obvious countermeasure besides uninstalling Docker Desktop?
Obviously, someone with physical access to a Windows machine can install native Windows malware. This question implies whether Docker Desktop adds an additional, less monitored vector.