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Category: Access Control » Network

LinGate 0.0.4
Added 2001-10-22
by Asad Yaqoob, asad.yaqoob@usa.net
LinGate is a powerful network gateway software. It provides security to your networks, allowing access to external world in safe and secure manner. LinGate has access control mechanism to restrict access to its services. It can even perform different services for requests from different IPs on the same LinGate port. Once setup, LinGate requires no operators, and can be configured remotely using KLinGate interface which will be designed for KDE and jLinGate which will be designed for the Java platform.

screend 980120
Added 2001-10-22
by Jeffrey Mogul, mogul@decwrl.dec.com
The screend package provides a daemon and kernel modifications to allow all packets to be filtered based on source address, destination address, or any other byte or set of bytes in the packet.

TCP Wrappers
Added 2001-10-22
by Wietse Venema
The tcp_wrapper package by Wietse Venema. Formerly called log_tcp. Allows monitoring and control over who connects to a hosts TFTP, EXEC, FTP, RSH, TELNET, RLOGIN, FINGER, and SYSTAT ports. Also includes a library so that other programs can be controlled and monitored in the same fashion.

Added 2001-10-22
by Rob Braun
xinetd is a replacement for inetd, the internet services daemon. Anybody can use it to start servers that don't require privileged ports because xinetd does not require that the services in its configuration file be listed in /etc/services. It can do access control on all services based on the address of the remote host, time of access, connection attempts, or process limits. Access control works on all services, whether multi-threaded or single-threaded and for both the TCP and UDP protocols. xinetd supports both internal access control, and the use of the libwrap library. IPv6 with access control is also supported. It can redirect service requests to other machines, and has the standard built in services, including tcpmux.

Added 2001-10-22
by Laurent Demailly
sfingerd is a secure replacement for the standard unix finger daemon. The goal is to have the smallest and safest code.

Added 2001-10-22
by blomas@xtra.co.nz
When set as a users shell, gatelogin will read a config file when the user logs in, and display a list of machines which the user can log into behind a firewall etc. The config may include the 'machine' string local followed by a valid shell to allow the user to login to the gateway using that shell.

The Lock 98
Added 2001-10-22
by Rob Boulden
Complete Windows 95 desktop protection for a stand-alone or networked workstation system. Features: Numerous Windows 95 System Policy items and new Netware network options. SimpleLock mode for quick-start locking of the system Multiple user capabilities 90 user-defined access levels for granting/restricting access to 5000 or more users User level protection including: Disable access to: My Computer, Network Neighborhood, Recycle Bin, Network Sharing Control, Network Setup, Device Manager, Display Settings, Printer Configuration Controls. System resource protection (Folder or file, including wild-carding) set to read only or no access Ability to restrict or allow access to individual applications, including the system tray and desktop Ability to configure virtual desktops and Start Menu Programs folders for each group level Automatically log-off users after a set amount of time Group level login time restrictions Netware groups used for user profile groups. No need to enter Netwere user names individually. User Profile database may be stored on a network resource for easy multi-station configuration User Profile wizard for easy Group level configuration Setup wizard for easy Lock configuration Security Wizard to increase security and simplify configuration Three levels of profile datafile encryption Documentation and help in RTF (Rich Text) format as well as Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF format Keep screen blanked between Splash screen and blankscreen during password entry Workstation monitoring and remote install and update via the The Lock's Network Tools Administrator-specific options for customizing multiple-user computer systems User-customizable settings for non-security related options Launch current screen saver on system lock Integrated DOS protection for boot-up security Integrated system-wide idle timer for automatic locking of the system after inactivity Hotkey support for commonly-used functions Password authentication via: Local password file; Novell Netware 3.12 / 4.1x NDS and Bindery; Windows NT Server validation; Centralized Windows 95 password validation (requires CrashCourseNetwork Validator) .

Firewall Info (Firewall-1)
Added 2001-10-22
by Jason R. Rhoads
This is a modified version of the fwobjects.pl script posted to the # fw-1-mailinglist. Author unknown. It's pupose is to document FireWall-1 security policies in HTML (Unix).

Added 2001-10-22
by Kila_m
General scanner

Added 2001-10-22
by Zone Labs
Combining the safety of a dynamic firewall with total control over applications' Internet use, ZoneAlarm gives rock-solid protection against thieves and vandals. ZoneAlarm makes ironclad Internet security easy-to-use.

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