Pillager allows you to audit your Web server permissions, and also acts as a file manager for your Web server via your Web browser. Features include customized admin username/password authentication, session handling for user authentication, directory and file listings, the ability to open/edit/create files, download and upload files, create new directories, and delete files and folders (subfolder items are supported).
Thresh is an application for Snort that manages alert thresholding and suppression. It was designed to assist the administrator with tuning one or more Snort sensors. It was designed to run under Red Hat flavors of Linux. It summarizes Snort Alerts by alert count, allows creation and editing of threshold.conf files, prunes your Snort database based on your tunings, and allows you to preview your alert suppressions before deletion.
PGSSAPI lets you selectively plug external GSSAPI security libraries into applications without having to recompile the application each time. It decouples applications from particular GSSAPI implementations and allows you to combine implementations. It works by wrapping and dispatching standard GSS calls to libraries that you would otherwise directly link against. It dynamically loads GSS libraries, selecting which one to dispatch to by configuration file or by examining the standard header of GSS network tokens.
Logsend is a Unix daemon for email notification of log file changes, having 3 different backends. It watches the log files and periodically mails you the additions (being able to filter them). Logsend comes with a dialog-based configuration tool, as well as a live monitor that allows the users to watch the changes in real time.
Nipper is a network infrastructure parser. It takes a network infrastructure device configuration file(s), processes it, and produces a report with a security audit, device configuration, and other relevant information. It currently supports Cisco IOS-based routers, Cisco IOS-based switches, Cisco IOS-based catalysts, Cisco NMP-based catalysts, Cisco CatOS-based catalysts, Cisco PIX-based Firewalls, Cisco ASA-based Firewalls, Cisco FWSM-based Firewalls, Cisco Content Service Switches, Juniper ScreenOS-based Firewalls (NetScreen), Nortel Passport devices, CheckPoint Firewall-1 Firewalls, and Sonicwall SonicOS-based Firewalls. Report output is in HTML, LaTeX, XML, and text formats.