PAC is a Perl/GTK replacement for SecureCRT/Putty/etc (linux ssh/telnet/... gui)... It provides a GUI to configure connections: users, passwords, EXPECT regular expressions, macros, etc. You like 'SecureCRT/SSHMenu'? Check this tool and let me know
A set of tiny applications, shell scripts and other tools useful in ev
Tiny Applications Collection (or tinyapps) is a set of small tools which make everyday use of a Unix-based system even more enjoyable. The idea is to allow users to share their own tools that they find useful in their everyday use, and look at what others are doing in case there's something that may be of use. Usually putting out one or two files involves too many steps for anyone to bother, but here, tinyapps is a perfect place for such applications!
Designed to use what is known about users via the /etc/passwd file on unix/linux systems to generate a dynamic dictionary or csv file of more accurate guesses as to what their possible password may be, to look for bad password protection practices.
This program runs in terminal. It generates powerful passwords without saving them in your machine.
SMRadius is a high performance pre-forked radius AAA server, it features a highly configurable backend engine supporting flexible data specifications. Features include traffic and time based capping, topups and account validity periods.
Skip is a lightweight and portable tool for managing/using secrets
Skip is a lightweight and portable tool for managing secrets such as login passwords and easily automating the programs that use them without leaving the secrets unencrypted on disk. Skip has been tested successfully with several common programs including fetchmail, getmail, msmtp, scp, ssh, and ssh-add without the need for any modification on Linux, OSX, and Windows under Cygwin.
Perl Password Generator using LINUX /dev/urandom, randomized by time signature and hash final masking. Usage: /usr/bin/perl mkpw-hash-alpha.pl [--hash=MD5/SHA1/SHA256/SHA512] [--length=integer<17] [--cycles=integer=1...3]
Generate a set of random passphrases for you to choose from.
Easy to use command line based strong passphrase generator. Implemented as a self contained perl script that should work on many unix like systems. The passphrase-generator defaults to only 3 words instead of the 4 suggested by XKCD, but uses a larger dictionary found in many unix like systems at /usr/share/dict/words. It also provides estimates for the entropy of the generated passphrases. The randomization is based on /dev/urandom and SHA1. See http://xkcd.com/936/ for an entertaining take on passwords vs. passphrases. See my post in stackoverflow for links to other solutions and discussions on passphrases vs passwords: http://stackoverflow.com/a/12646320/1148030
KeePass Command Line Interface
KeePass Command Line Interface (CLI) / interactive shell. Use this program to access and manage your KeePass 1.x or 2.x databases from a Unix-like command line.