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Category: Access Control » Server

Added 2009-07-20
by Inverse inc.
PacketFence is a fully supported, Free and Open Source network access control (NAC) system. PacketFence is actively maintained and has been deployed in numerous large-scale institutions over the past years. It can be used to effectively secure networks - from small to very large heterogeneous networks. PacketFence has been deployed in production environments where thousands of users are involved. Among the different markets are : * banks * colleges and universities * engineering companies * manufacturing businesses * school boards (K-12) ... and many more! Released under the GPL, PacketFence offers an impressive amount of features.

GeSWall Server Edition
Added 2006-04-03
by GentleSecurity
With GeSWall Server Edition, you can harden your Web, Mail and SQL Servers. Hardening implies an isolation security policy that prevents damage from targeted intrusions and effectively precludes various attacks, known and unknown. Built on proven technology, GeSWall Server Edition provides powerful features to manage its security policy by means of Microsft Windows Group Policy and Active Directory.

Added 2005-01-14
by Hernán M. Racciatti
IPFront is a small tool named which enables users to generate IPSec rules easily. It really speeds-up the process of hardening Windows 2000/2003 in Bastion Host Environment. Additionally, it allows to set-up IPSec exceptions, and enables a couple of TCP/IP Stack protections against DoSes. So, IPFront is nothing more than a small Frontend/GUI that writes small scripts that one can later execute from within IPFront, or externally, as simple script files, in other servers,

Added 2004-04-22
by UMich RSUG
radmind is a suite of Unix command-line tools and a server designed to remotely administer the file systems of multiple Unix machines. At its core, radmind operates as a tripwire. It is able to detect changes to any managed filesystem object, e.g. files, directories, links, etc. However, radmind goes further than just integrity checking: once a change is detected, radmind can optionally reverse the change. Each managed machine may have its own loadset composed of multiple, layered overloads. This allows, for example, the operating system to be described separately from applications. Loadsets are stored on a remote server. By updating a loadset on the server, changes can be pushed to managed machines.

Added 2004-01-07
by Ray Ingles
Ostiary allows a client to run scripts on a server in a secure, authenticated manner, using an extremely simple protocol that is immune to buffer-overflow attacks. It is useful as a limited ssh/lsh replacement, or to selectively enable full remote shell access on a temporary basis. A Palm client is available.

Added 2003-12-23
by Ivan Ristic
ModSecurity is an open source intrusion detection and prevention engine for web applications. It operates embedded into the web server, acting as a powerful umbrella - shielding applications from attacks. ModSecurity supports Apache (both branches) today, with support for Java-based servers coming soon.

SMB Domain Authentication
Added 2003-10-22
by shire
SMBAuth is a tool that provides authentication with an SMB server (NT or Samba on Unix) through the commandline, Apache, Apache2, PHP, Jabber, Python, Perl, Ruby, Tcl, Guile, C, and Java.

Added 2003-09-04
by Sean Hunter
slidentd is a minimal ident (RFC1413) daemon which runs from inetd, xinetd, or tcpserver. It is similar in purpose to pidentd, which is installed with most Linux systems. However its design goals are somewhat different. It was written because the author wanted a very small, simple daemon that would not give out any sensitive information (such as usernames). In this regard it is not RFC compliant (RFC 1413 requires the daemon to be insecure by default with secure settings as an option).

Added 2003-06-03
by Joerg Beckmann
The iiitAccessServer is a rule-based enterprise authorization system written in Java. It works as a server and is usable with any programming language able to open a socket. The server fetches its data from LDAP and stores it in optimized form in one or more MySQL databases, used as a persistent 2nd-level cache to achieve high performance. The entire system is designed to be scalable and fault-tolerant.

Added 2003-06-02
by Sam Trenholme
MaraDNS is a DNS server that strives to be secure and fully open-sourced.

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