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Pace-IDS is an Intrusion Detection system designed to replace Tripwire, in that it is faster, and more effective of detecting trojan activity, and is easier to configure. All you have to do usually is simply change one variable to your email address.
SAMs emulates a basic answering machine. It maintains a single voicemail box that automatically detects faxes and is remotely accessable with a password. Also enables remotely activating an Internet connection, and changing the greeting.
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Pace-ICMP is a utility that can allow X amount of ICMP (ping, etc) packets travel to the host, once X is exceeded, all ICMP traffic is blocked. This allows ping and traceroute functionality, while still protecting you against ICMP attacks.
Pace Check is a utility that searches through system logs and finds cases where someone has tried to gain access to your server (non-legit), then it saves them to a log, mails them to you, or sends them to stdout. It supports http, ftp, and others.
The project focuses on developing an environment where one can harness idle CPU cycles of numerous networked systems to work together on a particularly processing-intensive problem. (distributed computing you may call it)