SIDEN is a distributed network discovery tool used for intrusion detection research. The current SIDEN architecture allows you to simulate coordinated/distributed network probes by a group of attackers. Using it, you can simulate such probes against one target or many targets. The point of this is to generate the traffic caused by distributed network probes, so that it can be analyzed for better understanding of distributed network probes. This will hopefully help us to improve how Intrusion Detection Systems are written.
Release Notes: First public release.