javashout is a program for shouting mp3s to a shoutcast server. It runs on any system, takes very little cpu time and has some nifty features. You can remotely connect to it via telnet and change options while it's running. You can also attach another shout to the back of javashout, allowing you to alternate between using a playlist and manually choosing songs painlessly without skips or jerks in the sound.
IsinGlass is a firewall setup script designed to protect dial-up users (but also useful for others). It protects your system against security holes in programs the user may not even know they're running. Most users can run it "out of the box" without any configuration required. It will automatically detects network interfaces and IP addresses. Now works with ipchains.
Isinglass is a firewall setup script designed to protect dial-up users. It protects a user's system against security holes in programs user may not even know are running. Most users can run it "out of the box" without any configuration required. It will automatically detect network interfaces and IP addresses. isinglass-hzd is an unofficial bugfix/2.2 support release.
ITISSL is a Java/JNI implementation of Sun's SSL Reference API. It is based on SSLeay or its successor OpenSSL. It requires Java 2 and has been tested on Linux, Solaris and WinNT. ITISSL comes with ready-to-use RMI classes, tools for secure RMI as well as a hotjava-wrapper (called shotjava) for using hotjava with strong crypto. ITISSL is distributed as source (no special linux-packages).
ITS4 is a command-line tool for statically scanning C and C++ source code for security vulnerabilities. ITS4 scans through source code for potentially dangerous function calls that are stored in a database. Anything that is in the database gets flagged. ITS4 tries to automate a lot of the grepping usually done by hand when performing security audits.
IPWatch will reconfigure your machine after an IP change by reinitializing the hostname, restarting the system logging facilities to use the new hostname, restarting your firewall, and updating your dynamic hostname (it supports yi.org, homepc.org, justlinux.com, dhs.org, dyndns.org, and dyndns.com). It will also restart your network if your machine loses connectivity. In both cases, email is sent with a full log of everything that's been done (including your new IP address).