Tenacious WLAN Association Script is an automated bash script that continues to try all detected WLAN APs according to signal quality until it establishes a valid WWW or network connection, verified by pinging a user-defined host. It is suitable for home users as it supports user-preferred APs and WEP keys. Other features include support for multiple interfaces, customisable timeouts, blacklists, and specific association to APs with non- unique SSIDs.
IptablesWeb allows a user to inspect iptables logs and to receive email and alerts using a Web browser. It is plugin-based, portable to any database, and supports multiple languages and multiple users. It features the ability to duplicate each plugin in any number of blocks, each with its own characteristics. The update (refresh) time can be set on each block to reduce the CPU load. Blocks can be dragged and dropped to change their display order.
The OpenSSH daemon commonly has its own security feature called privilege separation and hence it is not designed to work with chroot. This patch runs the OpenSSH daemon itself chrooted to the jail. The chroot is called only after the keys are loaded, so you can store your private keys and sshd_config outside the chroot jail. Once the keys are loaded, sshd runs chrooted.