BMCrawler is a stand alone JAVA applet that examines the logs from the Novell BorderManager Proxy or any other proxy that supports Common Log Format and compares the Web sites visited with a list of "bad" sites. A default list of questionable sites (about 1MB in size) is included, however users have the ability to add or delete sites using the program.
BOOTPd NIS is a really simple BOOTPd server that uses NIS maps to retrieve host information (host name and IP address). Older BOOTP servers (at least those shipped with Solaris) consult /etc/bootptab to get host information. This server enables system administrators to maintain and centralize only one hosts database.
BW whois is a modern whois client that works as a full-featured Web application or as a commandline tool. It is flexible and configurable with self-detecting CGI support, multiple security options in the CGI mode, a mature TLD table, database caching (using MySQL or PostgreSQL), and many more options and features.