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Files Date: 2001-02-06

Posted Feb 6, 2001
Site doutlets.com

HAP-Linux is a collection of security related patches which are designed to be applied after Solar Designers Openwall patches are installed. Changes include some extra information in the printks, and the ability to allow hard links to files you don't own which are in your group, and the ability to follow links & pipes in +t directories iff they are not world-writable. This is useful for getting various daemons to run chrooted as a non-root user, and some secure drop- directory stuff.

tags | root, patch
systems | linux, unix
MD5 | 631921ff0e6e194844a7b3caa0221aff
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Authored by Paul Herman | Site frenchfries.net

tcpstat reports certain network interface statistics much like vmstat does for system statistics. It gets its information by either monitoring a specific interface, or by reading previously-saved tcpdump data from a file.

Changes: This is a maintenance release. A bug which prevented the "-s" option from working properly has been fixed, reading files from stdin is handled better, and tcpstat now compiles properly with the native HPUX compiler.
tags | tool
systems | unix
MD5 | 74696fee92396e000efa9cc48283af71
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Site sourceforge.net

SAStk (Slackware Administrators Security tool kit) aims to provide a set of tools and utilities to install and maintain a reasonable level of security for the Slackware GNU/Linux distribution. At the same time, it should ease administration with a new centralized initialization setup and background information on what each daemon does.

systems | linux, slackware
MD5 | 31ae891b30c7596bc412a9ab6b6570b3
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Authored by Count Neithardt von Gneisenau

Bugtraq.c is an exploit for the Bind tsig bug which has been crippled somewhat. Tested against Slackware 7.0.

tags | exploit
systems | linux, slackware
MD5 | f406011573813d6eb463e3616775397d
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Authored by Woozer | Site members.fortunecity.com

Perlforce is a perl version of Mirkforce, a program that allows you to load a lot of clones using addresses on your subnet. Now much more powerful than the origional mirkforce - Works on many IRC networks.

tags | perl
MD5 | a33b2d97086ff40d1007be923b48c794
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Authored by Brad Spengler

How to use Iptables - Explains the new features, how to use them, how to write rulesets, and includes a sample firewall script.

tags | paper
MD5 | 19d436b9ffb68b7a7ba5150f79f4b6a6
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Authored by Leigh Purdie, George Cora | Site intersectalliance.com

Graded Risk Based Security Configuration for Windows NT - How to secure a Windows NT machine, based upon the agreed security risk profile of the target system. Includes Initial Installation, System Accounts, User Accounts and Rights, File and Registry Access Control, Network Access Control, Subsystems, Malicious Code, and Event Logging.

tags | paper, registry
systems | windows, nt
MD5 | 02b2acbc4cb845109818031df2346802
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Site intersectalliance.com

BackLog is a Windows NT service that facilitates the real time central collection and processing of Windows NT Event Log information. All three event logs (Application, System and Security) are monitored, and event information is converted to comma delimited text format, then delivered over UDP to a remote server. BackLog is currently configured to deliver audit information to a SYSLOG server running on a remote (or local) machine.

tags | remote, local, udp
systems | windows, nt
MD5 | 8d149a385c44dc43484a1899f51f8d66
Posted Feb 6, 2001
Site intersectalliance.com

Razorback is a log analysis program for Gnome which interfaces with the Snort Intrusion Detection System to provide real time visual notification when an intrusion signature has been detected on the network. Screenshot here.

tags | tool, sniffer
MD5 | 2225141d4aaa79df5dc8aadcda01ee11
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