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Katana: Portable Multi-Boot Security Suite
Katana v1 (Kyuzo) has just been released from www.hackfromacave.com . The Katana: Portable Multi-Boot Security Suite is designed to fulfill many of your computer security needs. The idea behind this tool is to bring together many of the best security distributions and applications to run from one USB Flash Drive. Instead of keeping track of dozens of CDs and DVDs loaded with your favorite security tools, you can keep them all conveniently in your pocket. Katana includes distributions which focus on Penetration Testing, Auditing, Password Cracking, Forensics and Honey Pots. Katana comes with over 100 portable Windows applications, such as Wireshark, HiJackThis, Unstoppable Copier, Firefox, and OllyDBG. It also includes the following distributions: - Backtrack 4 pre - the Ultimate Boot CD - Ophcrack Live - Damn Small Linux - the Ultimate Boot CD for Windows - Got Root? Slax - Organizational Systems Wireless Auditor (OSWA) Assistant - Damn Vulnerable Linux Katana is also highly customizable. You can modify Katana by adding or removing distributions and portable apps with ease. You can add functionality to distributions like the Ultimate Boot CD, Got Root? Slax and UBCD4Win. You can also load your personal scripts and documents to keep them conveniently with you on your flash drive to use in concert with the provided tools. More informations on this can be found at forum.hackfromacave.com
Jailkit is a suite to create and deploy chroot jails for user accounts and for daemons. It has several utilities to facilitate the setup of chroot jails and utilities to use and check existing jails.
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.
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.
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.
Honeynet Security Console
Honeynet Security Console is an analysis tool to view events on your personal honeynet. It gives you the power to view events from Snort, TCPDump, Firewall, Syslog and Sebek logs. It also allows you to correlate events from each of these data types to have a full grasp of the attackers' actions.
Beltane is a Web-based central management console for the samhain file integrity system. If samhain is used in a client/server setup, beltane enables the administrator to browse client reports, acknowledge them, and update file signature databases stored centrally on the log server.
LogIDS 1.0 is my latest tool and my personal contribution to the IDS field. I think that LogIDS will change the way people view intrusion detection, and may even redefine terms like ?event correlation?. LogIDS 1.0 is a real-time log-analysis based intrusion detection system, or since it can be fed with logs from other kind of IDS, it can be seen as a mega-IDS. The graphical interface presents you with a representation of your network map, where each node (host or subnet) have its own little console window, where the logs belonging to it can eventually be displayed (depending on your rules). You get to specify the format of the log files you want to monitor, apply rules to these log files using field names you have previously defined, and you configure it to correspond to your environment and that's it! Rules can be displaying the fields you choose in the GUI, emit sounds for warnings or alerts, display icons pertaining to the actions depicted in the logs, or disregard the data if it contains no useful data. You can use LogIDS with LogAgent as a log supplier, and monitor logs from varied sources such as, but not limited to, Event Viewer, ComLog, ADSScan, IntegCheck, LogAgent 4.0 Pro, Snort, personal firewalls, most antivirus products, Apache, and just about any other software that produces ASCII log files (with the notable exception of IIS).
Wsh, "Web shell" is a remote UNIX/WIN shell, that works via HTTP/HTTPS. The package contains two perl scripts for server and client hosts: the first one is for console usage and the second one runs as CGI script on the target host.
Bright Noise is a terminal wrapper for the text- mode Linux console that adds static to the screen font and continuously modifies the palette. It is intended to render low-quality video, personal, or TEMPEST surveillance less effective.
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