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Category: Programming

Added 2009-10-12
by Wireghoul
Graudit is a simple script and signature sets that allows you to find potential security flaws in source code using the GNU utility grep. It's comparable to other static analysis applications like RATS, SWAAT and flaw-finder while keeping the technical requirements to a minimum and being very flexible.

Bonnie.NET Standard Edition
Added 2009-09-03
by Cassandra Research Center
Bonnie.NET is a cryptographic API written for the Microsoft® .NET Framework. It allows the generation and management of cryptographic objects based on the today most used cryptographic algorithms.

Added 2009-08-21
by Itzik Kotler, Tomer Bitton
This tool uses several techniques of update-exploitation attacks which leverages a man-in-the-middle technique, to build and inject a fake update reply or hijack an on-going update session

Added 2009-06-18
by Fred Raynal & Guillaume Delugré
origami is a Ruby framework designed to parse, analyze, and forge PDF documents. It provides lots of cool features among which creating PDF from scratch, parsing existing files, handling PDF file at "object" level, ... It supports many advanced PDF features (stream objects, linearized PDF - at least for reading) and allow encryption and signature of PDF files. Last, it provides a GUI to explore a PDF. ...

Added 2009-03-22
by netifera
netifera 1.0 released!

Added 2009-03-03
by Emmanouel Kellinis
Fuzzer generator based on unix man pages

Added 2009-02-27
by Emmanouel Kellinis
Java Class Fuzzer

Added 2009-02-21
by netifera
modular open source platform for network security tools. Multi-platform GUI. Tools included: TCP/UDP network information gathering, fingerprinting, service detection, DNS tools, zone transfer, passive information gathering, modular sniffing engine, credential sniffing, geographical information,web crawler.

Added 2008-09-30
by Michael Scovetta
Yasca is a source code analyzer that integrates other open-source tools (PMD, FindBugs, Jlint) to produce a single output file. Yasca is easily extensible and includes a large number of custom rules implemented via a plugin-based architecture. Yasca is designed to find "low hanging fruit" and has plugins supporting a variety of languages, but mostly focused on Java and C/C++.

Added 2007-07-15
by SuRGeoN/SeSp
Converts a BINARY file to TEXT Supports files bigger than 64KB and control for bytes perl line also read this-> http://surgeon.gotdns.org/tutos/srgn-pentest-02.txt

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