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Category: Network Utilities

Themis Security Scanner
Added 2005-08-09
by baba
Themis is an advanced Network Scanner that capable scanning hosts for different vulnerabilities and produce a detailed report regarding the security problems the host might have.

NetDecision
Added 2005-08-02
by NetMechanica
NetDecision is the affordable alternative to expensive and complicated high-end network management systems. Also, it`s easily configured to match your precise network environment, scalable to accommodate growth, and simple to administer. Features: * Multi-level network topology. * Network Discovery. * Monitor devices and services. Network Manager continuously polls the mapped devices (and services on the devices). The user defines rules that are used to analyze the data received during polling and the status of the managed element can be changed based on that definition. * MIB Browser * Trap Simulator * Status propagation. * Events filtering. * SNMP notifications (traps and informs) to events mapping. * Events management. (Acknowledgment, Clear). * Managed Elements Maintenance mode support. * Multiple presentations support for single managed element. * CIM-compliant network model. * Custom attributes. MIB objects can be mapped to a human readable managed element attributes that are polled. * Powerful and customizable event handling. * Reports to help you analyze your network uptime, capacity utilization, and response time. * Customizable user interface.

SpiderFoot
Added 2005-07-28
by Steve Micallef
SpiderFoot is a domain footprinting tool. It searches Google, Netcraft, DNS, Whois and websites to build up lists of information useful for building up a footprint of a domain.

tcpdump for Windows
Added 2005-05-10
by microOLAP Technologies
MicroOLAP TCPDUMP for Windows accurately reproduces all features of the original tcpdump by LBNL's Network Research Group , developed for the UNIX systems. Since MicroOLAP TCPDUMP for Windows is compiled with the Packet Sniffer SDK, it has the following advantages: - does not require any third-party preinstalled drivers; - works from the single 300K .EXE file; - supports 1Gbit networks.

Multiple Interface Watcher
Added 2005-05-10
by Carsten Schmidt
Multiple Interface Watcher is a graph utility that shows the utilisation of up to 10 different interfaces. The data is requested from the devices using SNMP. MIW is an advanced development of Interface Traffic Indicator that focuses more on the utilization overview of many interfaces than on much information of one interface.

Kernel Socks Bouncer
Added 2005-04-20
by Paolo Ardoino
Kernel Socks Bouncer is a Linux Kernel 2.6.x patch that redirects tcp connections [SSH, telnet, browsers...] to follow through socks5. KSB26 uses a character device to pass socks5 and target ips to the Linux Kernel.

ldaupenum
Added 2005-04-06
by Roni Bachar & Sol Zehnwirth
ldapenum is a perl script designed to enumerate system and password information from domain controllers using the LDAP service when IPC$ is locked. The script has been tested on windows and linux.

Mac Makeup
Added 2005-03-21
by Marcello Gorlani
Did you ever get bored with your old MAC address? If you did, this is the solution! Mac MakeUp let?s you change the MAC address of any of the interfaces present on your Windows 2000/XP/2003 box. Sometimes this is referred as MAC address spoofing.

Healthmonitor
Added 2005-03-07
by Vittorio Pavesi
HealthMonitor is a free powerful and featureful monitoring tool for Windows. It works as a Windows Service and check system status (event viewer, disk free space, services status, performance....) and notify the administration by E-Mail, SMS and by NET SEND; a database logging feature is also available. It is under constant development, and releases are usually frequent. The latest news regarding HealthMonitor can be found on Sourceforge.

Travesty
Added 2005-03-07
by Robert Wesley McGrew
Travesty is an interactive program for managing the hardware addresses (MAC) of ethernet devices on your computer. It supports manually changing the MAC, generating random addresses, and applying different vendor prefixes to the current address. It also allows the user to import their own lists of hardware addresses and descriptions that can be navigated from within the Travesty interface. Travesty is written in Python, and is very simple to add functionality to, or modify.

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