A self-hosted network visualization on a 3D globe with support for IPFIX, Netflow and sFlow. Yes, it's a pew pew map. Consists of a back-end server and a front-end dynamic globe.
Terminal bandwidth utilization tool (formerly known as "what") that works like top. It maps network traffic to the processes sending and/or receiving it.
A turn based game for bots, not people to play.
A utility which probes one or more things on the network (such as a web server), and runs a command when it can reach those things. Only runs those commands when the network connection is up.
A global network of satellite ground stations, designed as an open source participatory project. A machine readable crowdsourced satellite information database. Built from readily available and affordable tools and resources. Concentrates on satellites in LEO. A significant amount of work is involved so you won't be able to just throw up an RTL-SDR and get going. Designed to be built using readily available materials and access to basic tools and machinery using 3D printers and CNC as provided by average hackerspaces.
A Python MUD influenced by Inform7.
An open source semantic network (Creative Commons license) for AI and ML development. Semantic nets encode the meaning of words and concepts for information processing systems. Seems to encompass several spoken languages. Curated to avoid stereotypes. Still an active project. Data elements have a concept of external URLs, which link to other data sources with machine-parseable data related to that element.
An impressive collection of research papers, exploits, and utilities.
A security testing application that determines if Cisco VoIP hardware is in use, and if so drops the attacking box onto the VoIP VLAN by impersonating an IP telephone through a new virtual interface.
An application designed to assist in exploiting SQL injection attacks against applications based upon Microsoft SQL Server. Written in Perl. Fingerprints server, can bruteforce the password on the "sa" account, escalate privileges, create custom stored procedures to wreak havoc.
A massive online database of default passwords for networking hardware, embedded devices, and operating systems.
A free utility for Windows that extracts your wireless keys in case you forget them.
An open source hard disk cloning/bare metal backup and restoration system. Bootable CD or USB device. Drop it in, reboot, and duplicate or push hard disk images across the network.
A website that answers a single question: is website /foo/ down for everyone on the Net, or is it just you?
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