Dump 1090 is a Mode S decoder specifically designed for RTLSDR devices.
The main features are:
* Robust decoding of weak messages.
* Network support: TCP30003 stream (MSG5...), Raw packets, HTTP.
* Embedded HTTP server that displays the currently detected aircrafts on
* Single bit errors correction using the 24 bit CRC.
* Ability to decode DF11, DF17 messages.
* Ability to decode DF formats like DF0, DF4, DF5, DF16, DF20 and DF21 where the
checksum is xored with the ICAO address by brute forcing the checksum field
using recently seen ICAO addresses.
* Decode raw IQ samples from file (using --ifile command line switch).
* Interactive command-line-interfae mode where aircrafts currently detected are
shown as a list refreshing as more data arrives.
* CPR coordinates decoding and track calculation from velocity.
* TCP server streaming and receiving raw data to/from connected clients.
Serveez is a server framework. It provides routines and help for
implementing IP based servers (currently TCP, UDP and ICMP). It is also
possible to use named pipes for all connection oriented protocols. We
think it is worth the effort because many people need server
functionality within their applications. However, many people
experience problems with select()- or poll()-loops, and with
non-blocking operations. This application demonstrates various aspects
of advanced network programming in a portable manner. You can use it for
implementing your own servers or for understanding how certain network
services and operations work. The package includes a number of servers
that work already: an HTTP server, an IRC server, a Gnutella spider and
some others. One of the highlights is that you can run all protocols on
the same port. The application itself is single threaded but it uses
helper processes for concurrent name resolution and ident lookups.
Nikto is an Open Source (GPL) web server scanner which performs
comprehensive tests against web servers for multiple items, including
over 6100 potentially dangerous files/CGIs, checks for outdated
versions of over 950 servers, and version specific problems on over
260 servers. It also checks for server configuration items such as
the presence of multiple index files, HTTP server options, and will
attempt to identify installed web servers and software. Scan items
and plugins are frequently updated and can be automatically updated.
It uses Rain Forest Puppy's LibWhisker (wiretrip.net) for HTTP
functionality, and can perform checks in HTTP or HTTPS. It also
supports basic port scanning and will determine if a web server is
running on any open ports.
Nikto is written by Chris Sullo and David Lodge.
Doscan is a tool to quickly scan your network for machines listening on a
TCP port, opening thousands of TCP connections in parallel.
High scanning rate: five to ten minutes per 100,000 addresses (which
are sparsely populated with hosts), with rather conservative timeouts.
Load distribution: doscan scans the addresses in a seemingly random
order. If your scan host is connected to a central router, this ensures
that the load is distributed across your network, and you are
stress-testing just a single router, and not your edge devices.
Low memory consumption: memory usage is proportional to the number
of hosts which have responded so far, and to the number of parallel
connections. The total number of addresses does not influence memory usage
in any way.
Can collect responses: doscan optionally records data which is sent
by the hosts which are being scanned. You can even specify a regular
expression to extract part of a server banner, and a message to send to
trigger a response (great for determining HTTP server versions).
Extensibility: It is possible to add special handlers for TCP-based
protocols, using a straightforward interface.
It supports scanning the vulnerable Microsoft DCOM implementation.