Netcat with Encryption | KDE Ping Script | Encrypted Syslog | Syslogger
A clone of the popular netcat utility with rc4 encryption: netcat.pl
Notice: This version of netcat.pl includes RC4 encryption routines, US export restrictions may apply to you!
A KDE shell script that generates a popup notification when the specified host
responds to a ping: ping_popup.sh
A set of scripts to allow you to do remote syslogging with RC4 encryption:
Notice: This software includes RC4 encryption routines, US export restrictions may apply to you!
A small, no-modules-required, perl script that sends a supplied message to the running syslog daemon: syslog.pl
A simple script to download web page: htget.pl
A web site stress/benchmark tool for the power-user: webbench-v0.20.tar.gz
To get started: Extract package, edit one of the included templates, run the template.
The file functions.inc has a LOT of documentation in it, read it if you need to know more about how the insides work.
A script to help Slackware users compile KDE 3.X: compile.sh
A patch to Vixie-Cron 3.0.1 to add a no fork (-n) option. This is useful when running crond out of init or from DJB's Daemontools.
Source RPM: vixie-cron-3.0.1-75.src.rpm
Slackware 10.0 Package: vixie-cron-3.0.1-75-i386-1.tgz
A patch to sysklogd that allows you to specify the address to bind to when sending
syslog messages over a network.
Patch against Redhat 9's sysklogd-1.4.1-12.src.rpm: sysklogd-bind-addr-redhat-srpm.patch
Source RPM for Redhat 9: sysklogd-1.4.1-13.src.rpm
This is a mirror of the useful LCAP utility for removing kernel capabilities from a running system. Once lcap has removed a particular capability no one,
not even root, can do certian things. This is very useful for limiting what an intruder can do on your system. The capabilities LCAP manipulates are
present in all 2.4+ Linux kernels.