Bash Port Knocking is a set of scripts that use standard Linux tools to acheive a portk nocking system. A Web page is used to open ports, and an email is sent each time the port knocking sequence is successfully achieved. Knocks are tracked independently for each knocking IP address. A basic firewall for a gateway is included.
BlueSense SDK is a software development kit for communicating with BlueSense equipment. It allows you to read out sensors or control actuators. A user-space USB driver for all platforms is included. Examples for all modules are also included. For Java and Mono/C#, there is an object-oriented interface, and for C, there is a function based interface.
CCSAT (Cisco Configuration Security Auditing Tool) is a tool for automated auditing of configuration security for large numbers of Cisco routers and switches. The tool is based upon industry best practices, including Cisco, NSA, and SANS security guides and recommendations. It is flexible and can report details down to individual device interfaces, lines, ACLs, and ASs, etc. This tool has been tested and used successfully on FreeBSD, Solaris 8, and Linux, and should work on all major UNIX platforms (POSIX.2).
Clam Shell is a simple shell, designed to be a testbed for user interface ideas. It is a modular shell where the modules can be loaded or unloaded at runtime to expand or contract the functionality of the shell. This lets each user have a set of tools that they like to use, rather than one monolithic shell.
HelloUsers is a Web application for communication between network administrators and users. It is like a notice board. It contains an extended administrative panel and assures that a news item from an administrator will be viewed by network users. It uses iptables to redirect Web traffic to a local HTTP server located on the network router.
LPAR2RRD makes historical, future trends and nearly "realtime" CPU utilization graphs of LPARs and shared CPU usage of IBM Power servers. It collects complete physical and logical configuration of all servers/LPARs. It is agent-less (it gets everything from the HMC/SDMC or IVM). It supports all kinds of logical partitions (AIX/AS400/Linux/VIOS).
NetGuard is intended to be a complete, embedded firewall solution. It is based on the Debian GNU/Linux operating system, and uses iptables to effectively manage your home or corporate LAN. It's designed to run on a wrap router board, which is hardware that can be run with no fan, no noise, and less power current. NetGuard can be also run on an old PC using the generic PC version.