PhishBouncer is an anti-phishing platform based on an HTTP/HTTPS proxy integrating anti-phishing checks that do not depend on block lists or Phish signatures. The checking algorithms make use of the attributes of the Web site being visited, the structure and properties of the referring URL, and the Web site's association with other legitimate Web sites that the user interacts with. The checks are implemented as plug-in interceptors, and it is easy to modify them and add or remove new checks.
reap (the Reverse Engineer's Assembly Producer) is a Perl/Tk-based GUI for the objdump binutil. Not only a disassembler, it also cross-references JMPs and CALLs, and inserts string references where appropriate. In addition to providing advanced editing features, this program displays information about the binary under inspection, the offset of an opcode, header info, and more.
Sticker is a system call spy API which runs in user mode. It is a user-friendly, object-oriented wrapper around the ptrace API. Using Sticker, an end user can utilize the benefits of ptrace without knowing the details of the ptrace API. The objective is to produce an API (libSticker) that can help in speedy development of applications that work like debuggers, code injectors, and system call spies.
error_log feed is a PHP script that provides a feed with one alert for each line found on the error_log files of a chosen directory and its subdirectories. It's intended for webmasters that want to know, effortlessly, the warning and error messages caused by their own scripts on their Apache + PHP hosted Web sites.
Simple error handler class can be use to intercept and log PHP execution errors. The class provides an error handler function that outputs a stack back-trace with the functions, arguments, file, and lines of where an error occurs, as well the values of super-global variables $_GET, $_POST, and $_FILES, and also the IP address of the current user accessing the site. When used with a MySQL class that triggers PHP errors on a MySQL error, you can use it as a means to debug broken MySQL queries.
perldbgui is a GUI for the standard Perl debugger. The GUI consists of two windows: one is a console window that's just like the regular perl debugger, the other is a source window that displays the executing source code. From the source window you can load other files, execute commonly used commands with buttons at the bottom, and execute almost any debugger command with keyboard shortcuts.