flow-tools is a set of programs for processing and managing NetFlow exports from Cisco and Juniper routers. The tools included are: flow-capture, flow-cat, flow-dscan, flow-expire, flow-export, flow-fanout, flow-filter, flow-gen, flow-header, flow-import, flow-mask, flow-merge, flow-nfilter, flow-print, flow-receive, flow-report, flow-send, flow-split, flow-stat, flow-tag, and flow-xlate.
Geolizer is a patch for Webalizer that uses the GeoIP library to generate faster and more reliable geographic statistics than the default DNS suffix method. It is recommended that DNS reversal be disabled on your HTTP server for improved performance and more accurate statistics. It also supports country flag pictures, can be compiled under MinGW/MSYS, and features a human-readable transfer size display.
Tanal is a Unix daemon that captures traffic packet size, source, destination, and times and saves this data into a native PostgreSQL or ODBC database in near real time, from which traffic reports may be made. It does not save the actual data or headers. It works on ethX or cooked devices like ppp0. It uses PostgreSQL embedded SQL or libodbc++ to insert the data, the pcap library to capture traffic, and pthreads to capure and write at the same time. Pcap filters can be specified on the command line. Logs go to syslog. Under development are tools that analyze this traffic to determine the type based on flows, not packet inspection.
GibCounter is an application that parses QuakeWorld fraglog files, generates human-readable global and per-player statistics, and writes them out in an HTML format. it supports graphical percentage bars, frag-per-death ratios, and colored "fun nicknames". The appearance of any element of the generated stats can be easily changed through a CSS include file.
scr_ipfm is a PHP script which graphically displays the amount of data downloaded by users in a local network. To do this, it uses logs generated by the ipfm program (available at http://robert.cheramy.net/ipfm/). scr_ipfm features the ability to sort by in-coming data size, out-going data size, total data size, or host. Daily, monthly, annual, and global statistics are gathered.
ProviderTool Internet server administration program with email protection. The software is divided into a subcomponent Admin Tool, Customer Tool, and a Reseller Tool. Each subcomponent tool manages a separate zone that is setup for the specific needs of your administrator, end user, and reseller. If you have a Red Hat, SuSE, or Debian Internet or intranet server, you will be able to add, delete, and change settings and users with just a couple of clicks. ProviderTool is delivered with a separate Apache and PHP server environment. There is also an email protection tool included.
Lease Parser saves lease states from an ISC DHCP server in a MySQL database, making it possible to tell which MAC address owned an IP at a particular time. If you need to track down a DHCP user for any reason, such as an abuse complaint for actions weeks beforehand, you can simply search the database via the Web form for the IP during the time in question. Then, search on the MAC address you obtained to see if the system is still on the network and what it's current IP is.