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Category: Utilities » System

OpenAntivirus' VirusHammer
Added 2002-02-27
by Kurt Huwig
OpenAntivirus' VirusHammer is a standalone tool that scans you computer for viruses. It offers a comfortable GUI, a progress indicator, and results in terms of locating viruses.

Added 2002-02-26
A small, very fast and powerful text extractor that will be of particular interest to programmers. It can extract text from any kind of file and includes the ability to find plain ASCII text, Unicode (double byte ANSI) text and Resource strings, providing useful information for each item in the optional "advanced" view mode. It's comprehensive filtering helps prevent unwanted text being listed. The gathered list can be searched and saved to a separate file as either a plain text file or in informative tabular format.

Added 2002-02-26
by robinkeir@foundstone.com
Displays useful information about windows by dragging a cursor over them. It will also display hidden password editbox fields (text behind the asterisks *****) and can enable windows that have been disabled and unhide hidden windows.

Added 2002-02-20
by ecashin
integrit is an alternative to file integrity verification programs like tripwire and aide. It helps you determine whether an intruder has modified a computer system. integrit's major advantages are a small memory footprint and simplicity. It works by creating a database that is a snapshot of the most essential parts of your computer system. You put the database somewhere safe, and you can then use it to make sure that no one has made any illicit modifications to the computer system. In the case of a break in, you know exactly which files have been modified, added, or removed.

Added 2002-02-05
by Arne Vidstrom
PMDump is a tool that lets you dump the memory contents of a process to a file without stopping the process. This can be useful in a forensic investigation.

Added 2002-01-21
by jcameron@webmin.com
Webmin is a web-based interface for system administration for Unix. Using any browser that supports tables and forms (and Java for the File Manager module), you can setup user accounts, Apache, DNS, file sharing and so on. Webmin consists of a simple web server, and a number of CGI programs which directly update system files like /etc/inetd.conf and /etc/passwd. The web server and all CGI programs are written in Perl version 5, and use no external modules. This means that you only need a Perl binary to run Webmin.

Advanced Net Tools (ANT)
Added 2001-11-19
by Mikersoft
Share Scanner can scan any network for a list of shared drives. ARP Configuration allows you to add/remove ARP entries and view the ARP table all from a Windows GUI. Route Configuration allows you to add/remove Routing entries and view the route table all from a Windows GUI. Adapter Configuration allows you to view all adapters and add remove IP addresses of individual adapters using a Windows GUI. IP Configuration shows you all of the configuration information for all of the adapters on your system. Net Stats shows all of the current connections on your PC and their current state. It also shows what ports applications are listening on. You can set the refresh rate at any speed you wish. TraceRoute tells you how many hops (routers) are between your PC and another destination. It will also show you the slowest connection point. Network Scanner can scan any class A, B or C network for any list of open ports. Network Scanner takes advantage of multi-threading. You can use many threads to scan at the same time for quick results. You can save your port list to a text file. You can also save your list of found connections to a text file. Port Scanner can scan any computer for a list, or range of open ports. Set your speed of finding open ports by setting the timeout variable. Ping Utility allows you to change the size of the packets, the timeout, and the number of packets to ping. Advanced DNS Utility shows you extended information on a given hostname or IP address. You can also lookup the mail exchange servers, or domain name servers for a specific domain. Query types available: A, ANY, NS, MX, SOA. Command Test, a utility for connecting to an open port and testing commands. Works like a telnet client but you can send 1 line at a time. Whois Client where you can configure the whois server for multiple DNS name types. With ANT you don't even need to use the main GUI interface, all menus are accessible from the system tray icon.

Added 2001-11-05
by Joerg Wendland
nss-pgsql is a name service switch (NSS) module using a PostgreSQL database as its backend. It is meant to completely replace the flat file structure in /etc for user and group management.

Added 2001-10-29
by Edwin Groothuis
ngrep-lib is a packet filtering library based on ngrep. It provides easy interface. Instead of having to worry about pcap, options, syntax, processing of IP packets, etc. you can just initialize and run, letting callback functions handle the rest.

Added 2001-10-25
by Guillaume Morin
NSS-MySQL allows you to create Unix users or groups from a MySQL database. It features full passwd, group, and shadow support.

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