Nasty is an advanced tool for recovering GPG private-key passphrases. It has multiple methods for brute-force attacking the passphrase (searching the whole space, random searches, and dictionary attacks using an external wordlist). It saves its state to a file so that it can continue from where it stopped the last time it ran.
NeedSecure is program that makes it possible for system administrators and Web masters to protect member areas with passwords. It supports allowing and denying access to any protected directory for all members or for every member individually, recursive password protection, three levels of administration, extended member profiles with additional fields, limited and unlimited member accounts, language files and email templates that can be edited from an admin panel, optional activation codes, UTF-8 encoding support, statistics, and more.
NeedLock allows users to easily define directories that they want to protect and visitors who are allowed to view them. The script supports full member control, admin levels, statistics, account expiration, action logs, easy configuration, member registration setup, announcements, and many other unique features.
NessusWC provides a simple HTTP Web interface to the Nessus Security Scanner. It connects to local or remote Nessus version 2 daemons via SSL (using OpenSSL libraries), retrieves the plugins, configures a scan for a single target host, and saves the results in HTML format. As a result, even users with limited security knowledge can scan their machines. Scan results are stored in a central place.