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Category: Network Monitoring

SnortNotify
Added 2007-03-24
by Adam Ely
Running from cron at a specified interval SnortNotify will search a snort database for new alerts. If new alerts match a pre configured priority level, an email will be sent to the contact. The email will include Sensor name, the signaturename, and the timestamp.

Pandora FMS
Added 2006-12-11
by Pandora Team
Pandora is a monitoring application to watch systems and applications, that allows to know the status of any element of your systems, watch for your hardware, your software, your multilayer system and of course your Operating System. Pandora could detect a network interface down, a defacement in your website, a memory leak in one of your server, or the movement of any value of the NASDAQ new technology market. Pandora could sent a SMS message when your systems fails... or when Google value low below US$ 330.

RiskProfile Tool
Added 2006-10-31
by Perimeter Internetworking
A uniquely powerful self-assessment and security planning tool for financial services institutions by Perimeter Internetworking, the only provider of complete e-security on demand. In a twenty-minute online session, the powerful RiskProfileTM system helps IT and technology executives align security plans and spending with the business risks of their institutions, and provides valuable data benchmarking the user’s results against other institutions.

ASDIC
Added 2006-10-13
by Mikael Kuisma
ASDIC is a system for advanced traffic and log analysis. It helps you to determine what traffic there is in your network. You can look at ASDIC as a reverse firewall. Input unstructured traffic information and output a rule set. ASDIC can analyze logs from any firewall or router, or sniff the network by itself.

ServerAngel
Added 2006-10-12
by
A port and vulnerability scanner. Audit what the internet can actually see running on your server. Use your report to harden your services against attack.

OpenNAC
Added 2006-08-08
by S.Boran
OpenNAC provides easy to use VLAN assignment and LAN access control for Cisco Switches and all kind of network devices (Servers, Workstations, Printers, IP-Phones, Webcams...) OpenNAC can be considered as having to phases. We have taken OpenVMPS, added a MySQL back end, a Delphi GUI, some advanced PHP control scripts, scalability, redundancy, alerting and more. This has been installed at companies with networks sizing from one hundred to 2000 machines. We will continue to market this product and offer professional support. Next, we want to make OpenNAC available to the OpenSource community. We are currently working through the existing code to remove or replace all proprietary pieces and on new database scheme to allow further extensions. We are also considering adding 802.1x support (provides better security and is not limited to Cisco switches) and moving the Delphi GUI to a web based user interface. The 'plan' is for the project to move forward to eventually become THE OpenSource Enterprise tool for dynamic VLAN assignment and network authentication. So, we wish to solicite community opinions, expertise and feedback. Are you interested in this tool, would you like to use it or even like to contribute to it (documentation, support, development, promotion, architecture, review...)? Please visit us on www.OpenNAC.net !

Log 2 Google Earth
Added 2006-07-26
by Bytesman
Visualize any logfile (firewall / apache you name it) in near realtime on Google Earth. See where you traffic is coming and going to.

XRatel Perfmon Tools
Added 2006-07-10
by XRatel Software
XR PerfMon Tools remotely monitors MS Windows computers using WMI technology, providing valuable information for system administrators to optimize the efficiency and setup of servers and workstations. XR PerfMon Tools can get from a computer more than 1 million different variables, including hardware and running software information, and can also calculate the “Computer Health” variable. An OPC server is available in other license options.

XRatel SNMP Tools
Added 2006-07-10
by XRatel Software
XR SNMP Tools monitors the Network Health as well as many other network parameters like bandwidth usage, error and collision rates, among others. It provides valuable info for system administrators. OPC server is available in other versions.

OmniPeek Personal
Added 2006-06-21
by WildPackets, Inc.
OmniPeek Personal is a free version of the commercial protocol analyzer AiroPeek and EtherPeek, with support for both wired and wireless (802.11) traffic. Additional plug-ins may also be downloaded, such as: a Google Maps plugin which plots the location of an IP in Google Maps, a SQLite plug-in which can store packets in SQLite files so they can be searched with SQL queries, and a Remote TCPDump plug-in which can securely (SSH) connect to any Unix or Linux computer (e.g. Check Point's FireWall-1) and stream the packets back into OmniPeek for analysis -- all with out having to install any software on the remote end.

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