ACL Policy Daemon communicates with the Postfix MTA using the Policy Delegation Protocol, implementing an ACL (Access Control List) system. Key features: greylisting with flexible storage using memory for fast responses or disk for high persistence, SPF validation, control of messages by day/time, variable message size limits per domain or email, multiple RBL checking, and various ACLs available to use and combine. The configuration is simple and intuitive.
AFD is a program to automatically distribute files either locally or to remote hosts. The files are distributed by using FTP or SMTP, and can be sent in parallel and with priority. It provides a GUI to monitor and control the distribution and extensive logging of all activities.
APAMOD is a command line tool for manipulation and extraction of VirtualHost sections in Apache's httpd.conf. It can extract a specified VirtualHost section to a file, update a specified VirtualHost section, lock the file the VirtualHost is in, extract, add, modify, delete, and comment specified lines in a VirtualHost section, extract the ServerName or the ServerAliases for any ServerAlias or ServerName, and extract all ServerNames or all ServerNames and ServerAliases.
ConfPoint is a distributed ontology-driven configuration tool for Linux services. It's meant to be a complete and integral instrument of easy administration of infrastructure servers for those who are not familiar with Linux internals. It consists of a server with plugins for each supported service and a graphical management console application that runs on Linux and Windows platforms. ConfPoint now supports DNS, DHCP, iptables, Samba, CUPS, and ACL management.
The Aardvark Shell Utils is a collection of three utilities designed to aid the user when working with shell scripts or from the command line. All three accept input on the command line or from standard input, and thus they can be piped with other commands. All commands come with their own man page. Included are realpath, filebase, and fileext.
Access Control Designer is a universal modular tool for visually designing access control policies. The user of this system depicts requirements for the designed security policy in a graphical notation based on a generally accepted security model. The tool will then generate a configuration of security mechanisms, which will be used for the implementation of the security policy. Modularity of the tool will allow users to design security policies for a lot of various environments - systems needed to have access controlled. A pluggable module API allows third-party programmers to provide ACD modules for systems and so allow users to use ACD for designing access control policies for the systems.
AcpiTool is a Linux ACPI client. It's a small command line application, intended to be a replacement for the apm tool. The primary target audience are laptop users, since these people are most interested in things like battery status, thermal status and the ability to suspend (sleep mode). The program simply accesses the /proc/acpi or /sysfs entries to get or set ACPI values. A computer running a Linux kernel from the 2.4.x or 2.6.x series with ACPI enabled is needed. It also supports various extensions for Toshiba, Asus, and IBM Thinkpad laptops.