KeyBox provides a way to manage OpenSSH v2 public keys, and can start a Web-based SSH terminal to execute commands and scripts on multiple SSH sessions simultaneously. The authorized_keys file is generated and distributed based on relationships maintained in the application. This allows for centralized management to help prevent public key sprawl. Also, composite terminals or scripts can be created so that commands can be shared across SSH sessions.
Trojan scan is a simple shell script that allows for simple but relatively effective checking for trojans, rootkits and other malware that may be using your server and network for unwanted (and possibly illegal) purposes. It works by listing all processes that use the Internet with the lsof command (using -Pni flags). This list is then transformed into signatures in the form of process_name:port_number:user. These signatures then are matched against the allowed process defined in the configuration. If any signatures of running processes are found that do not match the allowed signatures, an email report is sent including ps, ls, and optional lsof output.
MASTIFF is a static analysis framework which automates the process of extracting key characteristics from a number of different file formats. To ensure the framework remains flexible and extensible, a community-driven set of plugins is used to perform file analysis and data extraction. While originally designed to support malware, intrusion, and forensic analysis, the framework is well-suited to support a broader range of analytic needs. In a nutshell, MASTIFF allows analysts to focus on analysis rather than figuring out how to parse files.
Quinico is a Web application designed to help you easily improve your Web site's performance, reduce errors, and optimize for search engines. It can constantly monitor your sites and alert you when there is a problem that requires attention. Using Quinico, you can automate the continual tracking, reporting, and alerting of the following: Google search engine rankings of all of your important keywords (supports all Google domains and languages); Google Pagespeed metrics including suggestions for improvement (mobile and desktop strategies); page weight breakdown (mobile and desktop strategies); SEO URL metrics (utilizing SEOMoz); Web page test performance metrics (including first and repeat views); and Google Webmaster metrics (keyword impressions/clicks, crawl errors, and top search queries).
Quoddy is part of the Fogcutter suite of tools for building intelligent applications. It is basically a sort of "mini Facebook"-like social networking interface. It builds on the APIs for social-graph management, activity stream, activity profiling, tagging, etc. It provides the front-end for managing connections and for letting users provide information about themselves, their interests, etc. But unlike Facebook, there are no silly Pirates vs. Ninjas or Farmville applications.
Heceta is part of the Fogcutter suite of tools for building intelligent applications. It is an "enterprise social search" search engine that leverages all of the various bits of information from Neddick, Quoddy, and other source of "social" knowledge to provide better, deeper, and more insightful search results than you can get from simple document content analysis. Intranet searching in organizations is usually very poor, largely because page-rank type algorithms don't work well due to the lack of links between documents. But by supplementing the content analysis with scoring based on tags, social graph connections, activity-stream information, etc., and applying machine-learning / artificial-intelligence techniques, Heceta can do a superior job of locating the knowledge and information a user needs.