EasyBSD is a modular automation script designed to assist in the extensive post installation process that is required in FreeBSD. The following are modules that are included with EasyBSD, Checks, Update, Security, Networking, Firewall, and more...
this firewall is a union of lot of tool distributed free for the OS NetBSD, OpenBSD and FreeBSD, use web services with xml-rpc and soap, and a desktop too based on Gtk
FireBucket is a project to create a Debian based Firewall/Router with WLAN and a choice of WAN (DSL) or UMTS/GPR connection. Als a choice of connection to UMTS/GPRS as a backup connction. A web configuration will also be implemented.
intranetadmin is a group of scripts to administrate a intranet. it's based on FreeBSD, PHP, Perl, C and shell scripts.
The Lightweight Linux Project aims to create an exteremly small linux distribution. We aim to expand the project to allow the LLP to be used as a firewall, router, vpn concentrator thin client, or other device which could boot off of a floppy disk or ROM
Linsec is a shell script firstly designed for slackware linux 10 and now supports most of linux distros. Linsec improves security of Linux systems (kernel parameters, network behaviour, iptables, critical files permissions)
MIFS - Modular Interactive Firewall System is just what the name says. It is an interactive modular firewall configuration system, that is question-answer based, and creates a configuration script for initializing an iptables/netfilter-based firewall.
A port of MandrakeSoft's "Network Appliance Administration Tool" to OpenBSD.
Want a powerful Linux Firewall? Try PenguinLock! Enjoy a Java Firewall with lots of capabilities right from the Box!
This is an NIDS/HIDS, Network plus Host based Intrusion Detection System. Este é um NIDS / HIDS, Sistema de Detecção de Invasões Baseado em Redes e em Máquinas.
Toastwall is a PHP driven web front for using NetBSD as a router/firewall.
We are building a more secure way to admin a serverfarm without have root-accounds after installation by using ssh and sudo.