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Category: Access Control
The PipeACL tools package contains two separate tools for viewing and configuring Win32 named pipe ACLs (Access Control Lists). The pipeacl untility allows you to dump various settings of a named pipe, including the Owner, Group, Sacls (System access control lists), and Dacls (Discretionary access control lists). The pipeaclui untility allows you to view and apply permissions to a specified named pipe. These changes are made in the Dacls of the named pipe itself.
SMB Domain Authentication
SMBAuth is a tool that provides authentication with an SMB server (NT or Samba on Unix) through the commandline, Apache, Apache2, PHP, Jabber, Python, Perl, Ruby, Tcl, Guile, C, and Java.
fauxident is a small Python script that will act as an extremely naive ident server, answering all ident requests with a consistent response (either ERROR or USERID). This can be advantageous on systems where running a true identd is unavailable, where it would be would be a security risk, or when masquerading firewalls are in use, where multiple machines are involved behind the firewall and running a proper ident system is not an option.
FireHOL is a script producing stateful iptables firewalls. It can control any number of internal/external interfaces, offers control on any combination of routed traffic, sets up DMZ routers and servers and all kinds of NAT, provides strong protection (flooding, spoofing, etc), transparent caches, and more. Its goal is to be completely abstracted and powerful but also easy to use, audit, and understand.
iptables is built on top of netfilter: the new packet alteration framework for Linux 2.4. It is an enhancement on ipchains, and is used to control packet filtering, Network Address Translation (masquerading, portforwarding, transparent proxying), and special effects.
Private is a kernel module which uses the LSM hooks to implement configurable, 4.4BSD-like securelevels for Linux. It gives users control over ptrace, module loading/ unloading, mounting filesystems, file permissions, and changing system time much like the securelevels known on BSD systems.
Tiny SHell is a lightweight client/server clone of the standard remote shell tools (rlogin, telnet, ssh, etc.). It provides remote shell execution and file transfers. It is 8-bit clean, has full support for pseudo-terminal pairs (pty/tty), and uses simple xor encryption. Most Unix platforms are currently supported (Linux, BSD, OSF, SunOS, and IRIX).
Iptables-Control is a fast and easy iptables filter configurator It features a step-by-step interactive configurator script, a TCP/UDP ports configurator, LAN settings for routing and masquerading, and ICMP filtering.
SSHVnc is a standalone Java VNC viewer that secures VNC a ccess by integrating the popular TightVNC viewer with the SSH Tools Java SSH API. It features a clean and easy to use interf ace.
slidentd is a minimal ident (RFC1413) daemon which runs from inetd, xinetd, or tcpserver. It is similar in purpose to pidentd, which is installed with most Linux systems. However its design goals are somewhat different. It was written because the author wanted a very small, simple daemon that would not give out any sensitive information (such as usernames). In this regard it is not RFC compliant (RFC 1413 requires the daemon to be insecure by default with secure settings as an option).
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