The USB Keyboard Target TTY Extension is a Linux kernel patch which allows you to bind the input/keybdev.c driver which is used for USB keyboard input to a specific console. In essence, this allows you to use Linux with two keyboards (PS/2 and USB) and have the USB keyboard attached to, for example, tty5 to control a speech-based application like Emacspeak, and have your PS/2 keyboard function as before. If you can stand audio output for Websurfing, you get a Linux PC with two terminals.
DSM Lite a offers a single user login to manage email, MySQL, DNS, etc. from a single interface for an unlimited number of domains. It allows companies to offer a no-cost solution to entry level server plans, or provide Web-based management and automatic updates of critical Linux based infrastructure servers.
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.
nLive Core is a Linux-based product to monitor packet traffic for security and compliance requirements without integration or maintenance. Combining machine learning and anomaly detection technologies, it provides full visibility into the network's interior traffic. It also provides detection, forensics, and reporting capabilities.