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Category: System Security Management » Console

Whowatch
Added 2001-10-22
by Michal Suszycki, mike@wizard.ae.krakow.pl
Whowatch is an interactive utility that displays information about the users currently on the machine in real time. Besides standard information (login name, tty, host, user's process) you can see the connection type (ie. telnet or ssh). You can also watch the process tree, navigate it, and send INT and KILL signals. Average load information and new keys for navigation were added.

Security Focus Pager
Added 2001-10-22
by Security Focus
The Security Focus Pager is a small utility to keep the user updated on the latest happenings in the computer security industry. It does this by monitoring the Security Focus website (www.securityfocus.com), and providing a brief description of new content when it is added. Each item is hyperlinked to the location on the website that contains the full details. The pager is user-configurable to allow for varying amounts and types of content, frequency of updates, notification methods and more. Security Focus is the most complete computer security resource on the internet, and this is the easiest way yet to get the latest security information as it happens. Pager V2.0 is obsolete, click the above link for information on the newest version of the SF Pager.

MausTrap
Added 2001-10-22
by Edwill Leighton, edwilll@hotmail.com
MausTrap is a small, but effective security program which prevents users from getting into Windows unless a password is supplied. It disables a few keys like the Windows key, Alt+Control+Del, Alt+Tab and a few others. It also hides the Taskbar and the Windows Desktop, so you can't use Windows until you supply the correct password, even if it gets hacked. Use MausTrap if you leave your computer unoccupied at times, and don't want others to use your computer with you not knowing.

Sherpa
Added 2001-10-22
by Rick Crelia, rick@nbank.net
Sherpa is a tool for configuring and then checking system security via the console. Written in perl, it allows an admin to maintain a custom database of file and directory permissions and ownership attributes as local needs dictate. Any changes from the prescribed layout will be detected each time sherpa is run. Also, sherpa does some basic system checks (world-writable files, .rhosts and hosts.equiv files, etc.) that help the busy admin keep on top of a system.

Security Patch for BIND 4.x
Added 2001-10-22
by Solar Designer, solar@false.com
For some sites, it may be preferable to continue using BIND 4.x rather than upgrade to 8.x. Unfortunately, some security features (running as a non-root user, and in a chrooted environment) were in 8.x only. This patch makes these available back in 4.x (well, with some changes), and adds OpenBSD-style random ID's.

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