The Entropy Gathering Daemon is a portable perl script which provides a source of randomness on systems that lack an in-kernel /dev/random. GnuPG, OpenSSH, and the OpenSSL toolkit can use EGD to seed their random number generators.
BGPWatch is a Linux and BSD background process monitor written in Perl. It is useful for controlling how many processes each user has running , what processes they are running, and what they are allowed to run.
This project is intended to host developer clients for openhuman.org web services - free collaborative protection system against userbase contamination by disposable email addressing (DEA) and public accounts.
Intermediate Vulnerability Information Language is is an XML schema fo
Intermediate Vulnerability Information Language is is an XML schema for the exchange of vulnerability information from one tool handling vulnerability information to the other. This project has moved to GitHub: https://github.com/schubergphilis/ivil
A FOSS operating system that aims to meet NSA's TPEP TCB A1 evaluation standard while retaining application compatibility at minimal performance overhead.
OpenCloudAV is the first open source multi-engine based malware analysis service from the network cloud. This project is in alpha release, run only in GNU/Linux, and is mainly developed using Perl SOAP::Lite module. Version 0.2 alpha is available now
Tool to automatically fire regular security scans with Nessus. Compare results of the current scan with the previous scan and report on the delta in a web interface. Main objective of the tool is to make repeated scans more efficient. Not affiliated
Typical Web Firewalls use a mechanism to classify anomaly traffics. This tool submits an old-school malicious (not dangerous) request, and tells you the type of firewall a particular web site use (if any). Mainly useful for blackbox security assessment
A tool to be used for newly created OSS web firewall/proxy/servers. Submit (GET/POST/HEAD) user-defined packets to web firewall to test its security strength. Tell you at which packet length a firewall will crash. Good for Heap/buffer overflow hunting.
Commercial laser printers use tiny yellow dots track you; yellowdot makes this harder.