Portsmith is an application-based firewall that is designed to interact with authorized users, and offers an easy-to-use browser driven interface. Portsmith's unique features include its core logic and its interface. Its logic specifies that ports are kept in a closed position until an authorized user logs into the Portsmith interface and triggers them open. When opened, the ports are only accessible from the authorized user's current IP address.
YASIS is a very detailed sysinfo script that displays individual stats or grouped info. It only requires lspci and common tools found in any distribution. Check the page for example outputs. It displays distribution/kernel, CPU count/cache/load, disk/swap/RAM used/free, network info/speed, CPU temp/fan speeds, X environment info (wm/de and display info), bandwidth speeds, and more.
Inspector is a little Python script for the Postfix mail server that helps with detection of NDR (Non Delivery Report) spam messages. It adds a watermark to every email message being sent out of the defined "mydomains", and implements a mechanism for checking for the presence and validity of such watermarks in every NDR message. It means that you can check if the NDR message is valid or not (i.e. it is NDR spam).
libpwstor is a library implementing a password storage format for C programmers. This format provides a reasonable level of security by utilizing SHA-256 in addition to a random salt to mitigate dictionary and rainbow table attacks. In addition to the core functionality, libpwstor also offers some additional functions such as Base64 encoding and decoding. All functionality is implemented and designed in such a way as to be easy to use for C programmers of varying skill levels, while preserving reasonable security in the underlying storage format.
The GRIA Command Line Client interface has several advantages over the standard graphical interface. It provides the ability to automate various common actions through easy to write and use batch or shell scripts. Actions can be performed automatically without the need for interaction with the user, and chained together to form pipelines. In addition, the command line client uses less resources than the graphical interface.