The TeleAuth Client Tools are a set of Unix tools for the TeleAuth two-factor/two-channel authentication system. This includes a commandline client and a set of PAM modules. It also enables out-of-the-box two-factor authentication on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows machines. These tools can be used to integrate Web sites, VPNs, and other network services with TeleAuth. They are primarily written for the free Public TeleAuth Server.
FCKosc puts a WYSIWYG HTML editor into OsCommerce's admin section in product descriptions, newsletters, and the main page. FCKosc is built on FCKeditor. This editor will work in IE 5.5+, Firefox 1.0+, Mozilla 1.3+, and Netscape 7+. FCKosc requires no changes to OsCommerce's database. Minimal changes were made to the files, which helps reduce the posibility of conflicts with other additions. FCKosc is easy to upgrade as new versions are released.
grepcidr can be used to filter a list of IP addresses against one or more Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) specifications, or arbitrary networks specified by an address range. As with grep, there are options to invert matching and load patterns from a file. grepcidr is capable of comparing thousands or even millions of IPs to networks with little memory usage and in reasonable computation time. It has endless uses in network software, including mail filtering and processing, network security, log analysis, and many custom applications.
mwcollect is an easy solution to collect worm-like malware in a non-native environment like FreeBSD or Linux. The first versions were used to collect binaries for botnet monitoring, and bots are still what it is mostly collecting. Some people consider it a next generation honeypot; however, that comparison often leads to the misunderstanding that computers running mwcollect can actually be infected with the malware, which is not the case.
cgrep provides many of the features of grep, egrep, and fgrep with enhanced performance along with many additional features. One of the most important features is the ability to output the context (surrounding lines) of the matching lines. The context window may be specified as a constant number of lines before and after the matching lines, by specifying beginning and ending delimiters, or various combinations thereof.