tsf is a command line utility for creating timestamped copies of files. When invoked on a file, a copy of that file is created with a name made of the file name plus a timestamp. When invoked again on the same timestamp mark, a copy with a timestamp plus a sub-index is created, and so on. tsf provides an easy and quick way for creating timestamped copies of files before modifying them.
MAPDAV (More Accurate Password Dictionary Attack Vector) is designed to use what is known about users via the /etc/passwd file on Unix/Linux systems to generate a dynamic dictionary of more accurate guesses as to what their possible password may be. It does this by mangling the user's username and user information in various user-specified ways to look for bad password protection practices.
The XE Toolkit is a multi-platform, network-aware, secure performance monitoring solution for tactical analysis of enterprise computing systems. It uses Java and provides an API in the form of Java jar files that contain the programmatic interfaces needed to craft custom tools. It remains a toolkit, perhaps more complex than the SE Toolkit, but also far more versatile.
PySQL aims to be a full replacement for sqlplus (and much more). It has features such as history, completion, and line editing. It has high level functions (searching for tables, indexes, count, explain plan, list of sessions, etc.), proper output for screen and files (CSV ready for inclusion in spreadsheets), support for user-defined SQL, background queries, graphical output for the schema data model, object dependencies, a PL/SQL package function call tree, and much more.
upnp2mrtg is a simple add-on for the MRTG (Multi Router Traffic Grapher). It can be used to monitor incoming and outgoing bytes of the external interface of the FritzBox DSL router. upnp2mrtg is a command line tool to gather statistics from an upnp enabled FritzBox DSL router. It is a lightweight shell-script for use with MRTG, so no underlying external software (with the exception of netcat) or libraries are required. Using bash-networking instead of netcat is also supported.
appx BANG! (Business Applications Next Generation) is an integrated suite of financial accounting and distribution applications. It is appropriate if you are looking for business applications that can be easily customized and enhanced to meet the exact needs of your business. Its applications include general ledger, payables, receivables, payroll, inventory, order entry, commission accounting, purchase order control, and sales analysis. It uses an Internet-enabled client-server implementation that is scalable and platform independent.
Snare for Squid provides a remote distribution facility for Squid proxy server logs, and is known to run on most Unix variations, including Linux, Solaris, AIX, Tru64, and Irix. Snare for Squid can be used to send data to either a remote or local SYSLOG server, or the Snare Server for centralized collection, analysis, and archival.
Snare for Apache provides a remote distribution facility for Apache Web server logs. It is known to run on most Unix variations, including Linux, Solaris, AIX, Tru64, and Irix. Snare for Apache can be used to send data to either a remote or local SYSLOG server, or the Snare Server for centralized collection, analysis, and archival.
PECoMaTo stands for Picture-Embedded COntents MAnipulation TOol. It is basically designed to display any kind of information embedded in picture files, as well as checking, filtering, extracting, removing, adding, and fixing such information. In other words, it's a metadata processor. It supports the following file formats: JPEG/JFIF, Adobe PSD and FFO, and raw IPTC. It knows about the following metadata formats: JFIF, IPTC, Exif, Adobe, and Fotostation. More file and metadata formats might be supported later (TIFF, etc.).