A personal, open source air traffic map. Designed for use on boxen that are RTL-SDR enabled, monitoring ADSB traffic, and are running a web server. Connects to the network port of dump1090-fa, readsb, dump1090, dump1090-mutability, or skyaware978 for its data. All-in-one installation script. Implemented with a shell script.
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 reverse proxy and traffic tunnel to expose endpoints behind a firewall (say, on your laptop or devbox) to the outside world (a VM at a provider, let's say). Sets up a tunnel to the other machine over SSL/TLS. Supports websockets. Reconnects automatically. Implements authentication to keep people from poking around. Supports Let's Encrypt natively.
A specialized packet sniffer that grabs images from wireless networks as people surf the net.
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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