Recon is an SSL audit tool, checking for common, certificate-related errors in SSL-enabled services. Provide it a list of SSL services for which you are responsible, run it periodically, and Recon will warn you of impending certificate expirations, mismatched certificate names, and unavailable services.
Untarka extracts TAR (Unix Tape ARchive) files without calling any external programs. It supports and autodetects multiple compression methods (.tar, .tar.Z, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2, .Z, .gz, and .bz2). Unix devices, sockets, hard links, symlinks, owners, and permissions are ignored during extraction.
SendSNPP is a program for sending messages through an RFC1861-compliant SNPP server. SNPP stands for Simple Network Paging Protocol, and is used by a wide range of paging and cellphone providers for sending pages and text messages. SendSNPP requires no special modules, and has been tested on Linux and Windows systems. It has a straight-forward interface, making it very easy to use.
Yasm is a complete rewrite of the NASM assembler. It currently supports the x86 and AMD64 instruction sets, accepts NASM and GAS assembler syntaxes, outputs binary, ELF32, ELF64, COFF, Mach-O (32 and 64), RDOFF2, Win32, and Win64 object formats, and generates source debugging information in STABS, DWARF 2, and CodeView 8 formats.
JDiskReport enables you to understand how much space the files and directories consume on your disk drives, and it helps you find obsolete files and folders. The tool analyses your disk drives and collects several statistics which you can view as overview charts and details tables.
Snortalog is a powerful Perl script that summarizes Snort logs, making it easy to view any network attacks detected by Snort. It can generate charts in HTML, PDF, and text output. It works with all versions of Snort, and can analyze logs in three formats: syslog, fast, and full snort alerts. Moreover, it is able to summarize other logs like CheckPoint, Netfilter, IPFilter, Packet Filter, Cisco PIX/ASA, NetScreen, TippingPoint, and Lucent BRICK in a similar way.