Tweeter is another command line script that can update your Twitter status from the command line. It also uses the SSL link to protect your username and password. Tweeter can only post a new status; it cannot follow anyhone, send direct messages, or anything else. The username and password are not stored on the file system, so you can post to different accounts with ease. It should also work on older machines.
MuldexMon is a pseudo-real-time terminal-based monitoring application designed to give you a live overall view of your Muldex-connected systems. It includes an instantaneous (top-like) display and a 1-minute averaged display of collected data. Tcl scripts are embedded for calculating "criticality scores" for sorting and coloring purposes.
Hotspot Service retrieves billing information about wireless ISP hotspots. It uses a SOAP client to retrieve several types of information, including the current connections, transactions, gateways, and accounts, and whether the gateway is online. It can be used to create new accounts.
relaycheck scans a network for SMTP hosts that permit "relaying" of email. These servers are vulnerable because a 3rd party could come in and use the mail server to relay mail through the server for the purpose of spamming. relaycheck is a pretty crude tool, but it's fast and functional. It requires perl and libwww.
kpinger is a front-end for the ping command which provides support for every current ping option with a KDE-QT GUI style interface. Some options are only active if you are the superuser. It is also possible to save ping results in seperate files. It is designed to work under any Unix flavour which has QT2 and KDE2 installed.