bgpfeeder is a program to feed a BGPv4 speaker with an infrequently changing list of static internal routes. It is used at Bytemark to rearrange routing information from the "network organizer" database, to avoid staff having to log in to core routers to effect common routing changes. It is also used to communicate with transit providers to communicate "black hole" information about traffic that should not be passed on to the routers.
Genit is a framework that builds a static Web site, which does not require a server side programming language or database. Generated sites consist only of XHTML code (plus CSS and media). It runs from the command line, is based on XML, and is designed to be simple, readable, and minimalist.
6jack is a framework for testing, analyzing, and fuzzing network applications. 6jack runs a command, intercepts calls to common network-related system calls, and passes them through an external filter. A filter can be written in any language supporting the MessagePack serialization library. 6jack is especially useful for writing tests for clients and servers, debugging and reverse engineering protocols, sketching filtering proxies, and fuzzing.
BitNami Cloud Tools packages together Amazon Web Services tools with preconfigured Java and Ruby language runtimes to work out of the box. It is a self-contained, easy to use distribution with one goal in mind: to make it simple to get started using AWS services from the command line.
URLCrazy checks for mistyped domain names of websites. It can detect typo domain squatters and help protect your domain security by identifying domain names to preemptively register. It generates 15 types of typos, including bitflipped domains, knows over 8,000 common misspellings and over 450 homophones, supports multiple keyboard layouts, checks whether a typo is a valid domain, and can test whether domain typos are in use and estimate the popularity of a typo.