A collaborative website which maps wireless access points all across the world using information donated by enterprising wardrivers.
An anonymous, peer-to-peer service for generating cryptographic coins for the purposes of buying things. Cryptocoins "minted" are based upon the amount of bandwidth and CPU time your systems donate to the Bitcoin network. Backed by what people think the coins are worth (just like cash money, come to think of it). Read the FAQ and the paper, it's pretty interesting.
A distributed network filesystem implemented with a number of daemons running in userspace. Uses FUSE. Runs under Linux, FreeBSD, OpenSolaris, and MacOSX.
A web application that visualizes the structure of a mesh network running the Babel protocol. Requires node.js >=v0.4.0 and npm >=v1.0
An online point-and-click interface for DNS debugging using Dig.
A utility written in Python that monitors a wireless network to find the most active users and lets you mess with their connection. You can spy on them or inject arbitrary stuff into their web traffic. Can also be used as a jammer. Pretty heavy dependencies but nobody in their right mind would rewrite them all for a single utility. Supports credential harvesting and dns spoofing.
Deprecated. Read through this to get an idea of how things work.
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A utility which monitors routers by logging into them, pulling the config files, and comparing them against known-good files to see if anyone's been monkeying with them. Supports Cisco, Juniper, Foundry, Redback, ADC, MRT, Alteon, and HP gear, probably more.
Another how-to for getting the Juniper's Java-based VPN client working on Linux machines.
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