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NTop  29 November 2004 
Source: "NTop" - Posted by Administrator   
ntop is a Unix tool that shows the network usage, similar to what the popular top Unix command does. ntop is based on libpcap and it has been written in a portable way in order to virtually run on every Unix platform and on Win32 as well.
 
Bogon.c  29 November 2004 
Source: "Bogon.c" - Posted by Administrator   
Bogon.c tests if a host is in promiscuous mode.
 
SAINT  29 November 2004 
Source: "SAINT" - Posted by Administrator   
"SAINT is the Security Administrator's Integrated Network Tool. In its simplest mode, it gathers as much information about remote hosts and networks as possible by examining such network services as finger, NFS, NIS, ftp and tftp, rexd, statd, and ot
 
SARA  29 November 2004 
Source: "SARA" - Posted by Administrator   
SARA is the Security Auditor's Research Assistant. SARA is based on the SATAN security analysis model and is frequently updated to address the latest security threats.
 
Incident Response Tools For Unix, Part One: System Tools  23 November 2004 
Source: "Incident Response Tools For Unix, Part One: System Tools" - Posted by Administrator   
This article is the first in a three-part series on tools that are useful during incident response and investigation after a compromise has occurred on a OpenBSD, Linux, or Solaris system.
 
Session Fixation Vulnerability in Web-based Applications  23 November 2004 
Source: "Session Fixation Vulnerability in Web-based Applications" - Posted by Administrator   
Web servers are employing techniques for protecting session IDs from three classes of attacks: interception, prediction, and brute force attacks. This paper reveals a fourth class of session attacks against session IDs: session fixation attacks.
 
Controlling Access To Your Services With xinetd  23 November 2004 
Source: "Controlling Access To Your Services With xinetd" - Posted by Administrator   
This program is a "secure" replacement for inetd, meaning in this case that it offers many features that allow you to control who accesses which services, and from where.
 
Hosting email for virtual domains using Postfix and Cyrus  23 November 2004 
Source: "Hosting email for virtual domains using Postfix and Cyrus" - Posted by Administrator   
This document makes a humble attempt in explaining how to get Cyrus to work.
 
Scanning for Rootkits  23 November 2004 
Source: "Scanning for Rootkits" - Posted by Administrator   
This documentation discusses a way to scan your system for Rootkits. The information provided is not meant to replace common security practices, but might prove useful when used in conjunction with these practices.
 
Chrooting All Services in Linux  23 November 2004 
Source: "Chrooting All Services in Linux" - Posted by Administrator   
Chrooted system services improve security by limiting damage that someone who broke into the system can possibly do. This article discusses, in depth, how to do so.
 
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