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Tufin SecureTrack
Added 2006-02-25
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Tufin SecureTrack is a comprehensive auditing, monitoring and compliance solution for Firewall policies. SecureTrack's advanced change management and corporate policy enforcement capabilities mitigate risks associated with Firewall configuration changes, and enable compliance with the strictest regulations and standards. Real-time Monitoring SecureTrack continuously monitors Firewall policies, detecting and reporting any configuration change as soon as it is made. With Real-time monitoring, registered SecureTrack users receive detailed notifications on changes as they are made via email, SysLog and SNMP traps. SecureTrack analyzes the new configuration, and sends out detailed reports on the exact changes that were made, which administrator was responsible and which Firewalls were affected. Organizational Policy Compliance Organizational Policy Compliance enables effective tracking of Firewall policy changes for violations of the corporate policy, and dispatches real-time alerts as soon as such violations occur. In addition, SecureTrack can alert the Security Officer on suspicious and questionable policy changes. You can easily define what types of changes constitute breaches of your corporate policy. The Organizational Policy Compliance is configured through a rich set of audit rules, enabling a detailed policy specification. Graphical side-by-side comparison view SecureTrack provides you with a powerful side-by-side graphical view, highlighting the differences between any pair of policy versions. You can clearly identify which rules and objects were added, deleted or modified. Compliance with Regulations and Standards The past few years have been marked by a rise in government regulations and industry standards. SecureTrack improves security management procedures and processes, which are the fundamental requirements for IT security in the latest regulations and standards, including: > The Sarbanes-Oxley Act > The Basel Capital Accord (Basel II) > ISO 17799 / BS 7799 > HIPAA Increasing Uptime Network downtime is often caused by human error, especially when it comes to networking and security infrastructure. Keeping track of security policy changes will help you correlate network downtime with recent policy changes. The graphical comparison view enables quick identification of configuration errors, increasing your network uptime and delivering a high Return on Investment. Advanced Reporting SecureTrack's advanced reports complete the security management picture. You can use various criteria to query the policy revision database, and generate detailed custom reports. Advanced reports provide a complete accounting of security policy changes, detailing each Save and Install operation and its effects on the security policy. Reports can be scheduled to run periodically or triggered by specific policy change events, and support HTML, MHT or PDF formats. Advanced Rule Base Audit With the advent of SecureTrack, rule base auditing can now be highly automated to identify risks and vulnerabilities, remove un-used and expired rules, investigate historical rule changes and determine whether existing rules are configured according to the corporate policy. Rule Base Optimization SecureTrack monitors each Firewall's traffic logs and correlates the data in real-time with the rule base, to determine which rules were accessed at different points in time. This enables administrators to modify the rule base for optimal firewall performance, based on actual traffic. Enhanced Provisioning SecureTrack's user permissions can now be limited to specific Firewall Management servers or Provider-1 CMA's, enabling global policy monitoring and control for large enterprise customers and Managed Service Providers. Graphical policy view of historical revisions SecureTrack 2.2 enables a graphical view of the rule base and objects at any point in time, for increased visibility, error-correction and historical policy analysis. Full system backup and restore The product's entire database and configuration can backed up to a file and easily restored, for disaster recovery and easy platform migration.

zps
Added 2006-02-20
by zwell
It's very small(only 8k) port scanner use TCP connect , but really high-speed and strong that support nmap-style ip range and port range. So it must fit you nicely if you wanna a smallest but strange port-scanner. More information please view the help screen. Link: http://www.nosec.org/web/?q=zps

SwitchSniffer
Added 2006-02-14
by Gordon Ahn
1. Overview SwitchSniffer is a program that can scan your switched LAN for up hosts and can reroute and collect all packets without the target users' recognition. It can also detect the ‘arpspoofer’ program running on the network and block user definable sessions like firewall. If you use this program in tandem with any sniffer program, you can capture and see the users’ IDs and passwords on a switched network. That is, SwitchSniffer enables you to monitor all the packets and all the hosts on a switch network. SwitchSniffer has the following features: -. SwitchSniffer can poll and collect all the packets on the switched LAN. -. SwitchSniffer can scan and display the active hosts on the LAN quickly, and automatically. -. While spoofing ARP tables, SwitchSniffer can act as another gateway (or ip-forwarder) without other users' recognition on the LAN.' -. It can collect and forward packets by selecting inbound, outbound, and both to be sent to the Internet. -. An ARP table is recovered automatically in about 30 seconds. But, SwitchSniffer can keep spoofing continuously by updating the target computer’s ARP table more frequently. -. If one or more network interface cards are installed on a computer, you can choose which NIC you would like SwitchSniffer to scan and spoof through. -. SwitchSniffer can display information about the amount of data transferred to and from the internet. -. SwitchSniffer can detect if any computer on the LAN is running an ‘arpspoofer’ program. -. SwitchSniffer can filter: sessions, local hosts, and remote hosts. -. The installation of the ‘winpcap’ driver is not necessary for SwitchSniffer. -. SwitchSniffer can manage the local hosts based on MAC Address. -. SwitchSniffer can act as a plug-and-played router. -. SwitchSniffer can export the data of view into an excel file. -. SwitchSniffer can cure arp-cache poisoning. SwitchSniffer has the following benefits: -. SwitchSniffer can make you use the network without blocking by arp-spoofer such as netcut, winarpspoofer and so on. -. SwitchSniffer can find the hidden hosts on the LAN, which is not found by IP-Scanners. -. SwitchSniffer can find if abnormal hosts are connected to your wireless network. -. SwitchSniffer protects your network from abnormal users. -. SwitchSniffer can check if there are abnormal packets on the LAN. -. SwitchSniffer allows you to capture user IDs, passwords, chat sessions and web sessions etc., on the switched network through the use of a sniffer application. -. SwitchSniffer can block the local hosts based on MAC Address. -. SwitchSniffer can resolve the problem of IP Collision. -. SwitchSniffer can find out the country name by ip address on remote. -. SwitchSniffer enables you to monitor all the packets on a switch network.

FTester
Added 2006-02-13
by Andrea Barisani
FTester (firewall tester) is a tool designed for testing firewalls' filtering policies. It includes an Intrusion Detection System testing feature, along with a packet generator tool and a sniffer. Unlike common firewall testing tools or packet generators, ftester is capable of generating network traffic that will look like real connections to the firewall or IDS system tested, which allows users to test stateful inspection firewalls (like netfilter or ipfilter) and IDS (like snort).

dotDefender
Added 2006-02-06
by Applicure Technologies Ltd
dotDefender secures websites against a broad range of HTTP-based attacks, including Session attacks (e.g. Denial of Service), Web application attacks (e.g. SQL injection, Cross-site scripting, and known attack signatures), as well as requests originating from known attack sources ( e.g. spammer bots and compromised servers). easily installed, dotDefender requires minimal administrator maintanance and updates via a "live update" functionality that keeps its rule set up to date, enabling it to secure the Web environment from the moment it is deployed. dotDefender is cost-effective and is available for a 30 day evaluation period at www.dotdefender.com

BobCat
Added 2006-02-04
by nmonkee
BobCat is a tool to aid a security consultant in taking full advantage of SQL injection vulnerabilities. It is based on a tool named "Data Thief" that was published as PoC by appsecinc. BobCat can exploit SQL injection bugs/opportunities in web applications, independent of language, but dependent on MS SQL as the back end DB.

Firewall Test Agent
Added 2006-01-18
by Nathan House
This simple tool can be used to test and log the rules on a firewall. The Firewall Test Agent is able to open up any number of TCP and UDP ports on a windows machine and log any connection attempts. A port scanner or other such tool can then be used to scan through the firewall to find which ports have been allowed through in the firewall rule base. This tool is useful when you don't have access to the firewall rules. This tool could also be used as a port scan monitor if you are interested in the number of scans your networks are receiving. WARNING: Some machines will NOT be able to open thousands of ports. With older, slower and heavily utilized machines you should only open a few thousand ports at a time. I do not recommend any more than 10,000 ports at any one time although 65,535 if theoretically possible.

PBNJ
Added 2006-01-18
by Joshua D. Abraham
PBNJ is a network tool that can be used to give an overview of a machine or multiple machines which includes the details about the services running on them. PBNJ is different from other tools because it is based on using a scan from nmap parsed to amap. PBNJ parses the data from a scan and outputs to a CSV format file for each ip address scanned.

Collapse Web Application Scanner
Added 2006-01-17
by Syhunt Security Team
Collapse, a free tool from Syhunt, allows web administrators to perform aggressive and comprehensive scans of an organization's web server to isolate vulnerabilities and identify security holes. The Collapse scanner requires basic inputs such as host names and port numbers to scan a complete web site and test all the web applications for security vulnerabilities. This new version supports multithreaded scanning of web servers

CIRT.DK Simple TCP/UDP Protocol Fuzzer(Perl)
Added 2006-01-09
by CIRT.DK - Dennis Rand
"Fuzzing" is an automated software testing technique that generates and submits random or sequential data to various areas of an application in an attempt to uncover security vulnerabilities. For example, when searching for buffer overflows, a tester can simply generate data of various sizes and send it to one of the application entry points to observe how the application handles it.

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