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"stealth my bugs" is another type of scalable firewall, additionally type. It could not replace other systems like iptables or equivalent. Written in perl by using minimal requirements, it grants maximum usuability.
The TruongQuangDuocIDS (tqdids) is an IDS that works on multi-platform, from Solaris/SPARC to HP-UX/Alpha. This IDS has features like other IDSs (snort etc.) but it has a special feature inside the binary-pattern-matching algorithm that makes it faster.
UCAS or Universal Central Admin System.Client to Server API system for administrating Unix/Linux/BSD systems that allows a quick and effective method for keeping control of all your servers in one central system.
ThousandEyes extends visibility across corporate networks as well as the public Internet, helping to solve issues from the branch through MPLS links and SIP trunks to service provider networks. Simulate pre-deployment capacity, monitor detailed performance metrics and see how QoS settings impact call quality.Advertisement
An unix firewall management tool for opening remote ports and administering iptables/pf firewalls with strong authentication.
utnld is a daemon that tunnels connections with support for http connect proxies. It is written primarily for accessing e-mail from behind a firewall (as most of the clients don't support proxies).
Wrapwall is an open source linux-based firewall (packet filter) using the well known wrap-board (embedded linux system). Wrapwall is small (only a compact flash card with 16MB is needed). All settings can be configured using a web based gui.