C-ICAP Classify is a module that allows classification (labeling) of Web pages, images, and soon video based on content. Labels are placed in HTTP headers. Any PIC-Label META tags are exported into HTTP headers. This allows for creation of very flexible filters according to rules defined by the user, using the ICAP enabled proxy's ACLs. It is not a URL filter, so implementing it with sslBump or similar proxy technologies makes it very difficult to bypass. Text classification is done using Fast Hyperspace (based on Hyperspace from CRM114) and/or a Fast Naive Bayes. Image and video (when implemented) use haar feature detection from the OpenCV library.
CoralReef is a comprehensive software suite developed by CAIDA for collecting and analyzing data from passive Internet traffic monitors in real time or from trace files. The package also includes programming APIs for C and Perl, and applications for capture, analysis, and Web report generation.
CBLM is a high performance latency (one-way and round-trip), packet loss, and jitter monitoring probe. When run on two or more servers, a full mesh of connections is automatically set up between the probes, between which UDP packets are transmitted. Statistics are collected and stored within a MySQL database.
CHIRP is a tool for automating the creation of configuration trees for Cricket. It supports a plugin architecture for adding drivers which produce Cricket configuration files and supports automatic detection of device types. When a network device is identified, CHIRP dynamically associates a driver with it to produce the configuration file.
CLIChart is intended for quick summarization and visualization of data, especially from system logs. It provides tools to extract and manipulate tabular summary data from text files, and to generate and view simple charts from tabular data on the command line. Charts can be displayed in a window and/or saved.
COSA and SRP are synchronous serial boards for ISA bus which have two channels. Each channel can be set up to one of the X.21, V.24, V.35 and V.36 hardware interfaces. The Linux kernel driver and user-space tools serve for setting up and using the COSA and SRP boards under Linux. It allows you to use it with the following link-level protocols: Cisco HDLC , synchronous PPP, or as the frame-based character device.