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ggsniff is a sniffer that allows you to record Gadu-Gadu messages. It is not currently a standalone application. Rather, it is a patch for dsniff that adds the ability to record Gadu-Gadu messages to msgsnarf.
WPSweep is a simple ping sweeper, that is, it pings a range of IP addresses and lists the ones that reply. More information can be found in the WPSweep FAQ.
Apache Chunked Scanner
The Retina Apache Chunked Scanner is a tool created by eEye that is able to scan up to 254 IP addresses at once and determine if any are vulnerable to the recent Apache Chunked Encoding overflow. If an IP address is found to be vulnerable to the Apache Chunked Encoding attack, then the Retina Apache Chunked Scanner will flag the IP address. Administrators can then double-click on the IP address to be taken to a website with information on how to fix the vulnerability.
EtherFlood floods a switched network with Ethernet frames with random hardware addresses. The effect on some switches is that they start sending all traffic out on all ports so you can sniff all traffic on the network.
This program is one of the ethernet packet sniffers for LINUX, FreeBSD, SunOS4.1, Solaris2, and IRIX that can log the all packets in each session of telnet, rlogin, pop3, and ftp. If you install this program in the cracked server, you can also know the cracking process and the location of rootshell by the crackers. The logs of this tool is the evidence of the cracking, this tool is also useful for administrators.
NetBiosSpy is NetBios scanner freeware. But you can do more than a classic NetBios Scanner. You can see open files remotely and do what you want on it : open, edit, deconnect etc...
The SLAN project is focused on developing a flexible open source Virutal Private Networking system, primarily for securing Internet uplinks which use broadcast media such as 802.11 wireless links or public/shared ethernets. The system is flexible enough to support traditional VPN applications as well. As well as featuring an open design and strong security, the SLAN project hopes to eventually provide support for all major computing platforms.
dsniff is a collection of traffic sniffing tools for network auditing and penetration testing.
A command-line anti-spoofing detection utility. The idea is simple -- if you receive a packet that you suspect is spoofed, try to determine the real TTL of the packet and compare it to the TTL of the packet you received.
Amap is a scanning tool that allows you to identify the applications that are running on (a) specific port(s). It does this by connecting to the port(s) and sending trigger packets. These trigger packets will typically be an application protocol handshake (i.e. SSL). Amap then looks up the response in a list and prints out any match it finds. Adding new response identifications can be done just by adding them to an easy-to-read text file. With amap, you will be able to identify that SSL server running on port 3445 and some oracle listener on port 233.
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