FindFile will be a collection of tools for recovering files from filesystems with corrupted directories, allocation tables, etc. This can be useful when the partition table (or more) of a hard disk is corrupted, or when you have a memory card of a digital camera which is corrupted. For now, only a tool for recovering JPEG files is included.
System Local Audit Daemon can run standalone or managed by systems like IBM-Tivoli, HP-OpenView, or Nessus to perform local security checks. It runs on the target hosts and enables them to call security tools like John the Ripper, Tiger, Tripwire, or a virus scanner via a unified XML interface. It is part of the BOSS Project.
dietsniff is a tiny tool for analyzing traffic on a network. It's not intended to replace well-known tools like tcpdump or ethereal. It's intended for the case when a small and especially static sniffer is required. Accordingly, it's also by far not that powerful, and is also bound to Linux as a platform. While it doesn't use or need the libpcap, it produces pcap-logs that can be analyzed by more sophisticated tools like tcpdump or Ethereal.
NCmatrix is a ncurses-based screensaver that produces the familiar display of vertical characters with added functionality to display network traffic. /proc/net/dev is polled to grab incoming and outgoing packet information, and the results are displayed as long or short colored streams of characters in the display, depending on the number of packets transferred since the previous poll. This code is based on the CMatrix codebase by Chris Allegretta.
CaiCai is a network and services monitoring system. It performs tests for ping, DHCP, POP3, SMTP, FTP, etc. It does not require additional software installed on the remote side. It is fully configurable. It provides instant reports (via an HTML page), logs, statistics, and sound alarms.
Blogbench is a portable filesystem benchmark that tries to reproduce the load of a real-world busy file server. It stresses the filesystem with multiple threads performing random reads, writes, and rewrites in order to get a realistic idea of the scalability and the concurrency a system can handle.
JSend NSCA is a Java API and command line tool for sending Nagios Passive Checks to the Nagios NSCA add-on. By using the JSend NSCA core API, you can easily integrate your Java applications into a Nagios monitored environment, thereby notifying Nagios of problems and issues during the running of your application. The JSend NSCA CLI command line tool wraps the API and allows you to send passive checks from the command line.