RadiusReport can analyse the logfiles produced by all the major Radius Servers including Livingston Radius V2.0+, V1.16, Merit Radius, Ascend Radius, Dale Reed's RadiusNT, Radiator Perl Radius Server, but excluding Microsoft Radius. It will allow you to produce many, varied, types of reports from one or multiple radius log files.
The Kraftwurfel is a Linux-based appliance server for use in small organisations, which can be administered with an easy-to-use and good-looking Web interface. The focus of the administration interface is to offer a good chosen subset of the service's features to the administrator. Behind the surface of the Web based administration and user interface is an expandable software architecture build around a database, which holds the all configuration information.
@1 Auto Delete deletes all files (in a specific directory) with dates older than the specified number of days. It can be useful if you have pages generated through user's input. It can be run manually from a browser, through telnet, or automatically using crontab. There are only two variables to edit - the directory, and the file age.
Originally based off the program qmail-masq, qmail-masq-user uses qmail and qmail-qfilter to change the From: address of outgoing emails to almost any combination of username, domain, or both. The configuration allows you to specify domain catch-alls, user catch-alls, email catch-alls, specific combinations of users and/or domains, and much more.
The Router Audit Tool (rat) downloads configurations of router devices running IOS to be audited, and then checks them against the settings defined in the benchmark. For each configuration examined, it produces a report listing the following: a list of each rule checked with a pass/fail score, a raw overall score, a weighted overall score (1-10), and a list of IOS commands that will correct problems identified.