Minimalistic tor docker image based on Alpine Linux (7MB). The binary comes from the compiled instance of docker-alpine-build-tor. Usage:
$ docker run -d \ --name tor \ -p 9001:9001 \ -p 9050:9050 \ -p 9053:9053 \ marcelmaatkamp/alpine-tor:latest
Add the dockerhost ip and the port 9050 as a SOCKS5 proxy-server in your browser.
Tor is a very security critical application, which should always be sourced from signed packages or compiled from verified original sources. - I think its a very bad idea to distribute a Tor binary in a Docker image like this. Even, if you compiled it from reliable sources, how can the authenticity of your static Tor binary be verified? Why not compile it on Alpine Linux as done in the images chriswayg/tor or vimagick/tor?