This project provides a set of daemons to manage access to remote
directories and authentication mechanisms, it provides an NSS and
PAM interface toward the system and a pluggable backend system to
connect to multiple different account sources. It is also the
basis to provide client auditing and policy services for projects
like FreeIPA. sssd also features caching, which can allow for
offline use to assist laptop users.
The Cyrus SASL (Simple Authentication and Security Layer)
SASL is the Simple Authentication and Security Layer, a method
for adding authentication support to connection-based protocols.
To use SASL, a protocol includes a command for identifying and
authenticating a user to a server and for optionally negotiating
protection of subsequent protocol interactions. If its use is
negotiated, a security layer is inserted between the protocol
and the connection.
Sguil (pronounced sgweel) is built by network security analysts for network
security analysts. Sguil's main component is an intuitive GUI that provides
access to realtime events, session data, and raw packet captures. Sguil
facilitates the practice of Network Security Monitoring and event driven
analysis. The Sguil client is written in tcl/tk and can be run on any operating
system that supports tcl/tk (including Linux, *BSD, Solaris, MacOS, and Win32).
Razorback is a framework for an intelligence driven security solution.
It consists of a Dispatcher at the core of the system, surrounded by
Nuggets of varying types.
This module gives you a basic interface to create CAPTCHAs (Completely
Automated Public Turing Test to Tell Computers and Humans Apart) also known
as "Security Images".
The final output is the actual graphic data, the mime type of the graphic and
the created random string.
Nessus is a security scanner. That is, it's a program which will scan a
given network and will seek for vulnerabilities which could be exploited
by some remote intruder.
The Nessus Project was originally started by Renaud Deraison
(email@example.com). Many people contributed in many ways to the
project, and the Nessus core team is now made up of Alexis de Bernis
(firstname.lastname@example.org), who is the Java specialist, Noam Rathaus
(email@example.com) who is in charge of the Nessus client for
Windows, and Renaud Deraison who is still here and who is the project