sbills is an Internet traffic monitor. If, for example, you have a local network with a Linux server that provides users with Internet access, it allows you to control Internet traffic. It features traffic calculation (received and transmitted) and the ability to limit Internet access by setting a daily traffic limit.
SysScope is a graphing solution that facilitates the visual representation of RRDtool's Round Robin Databases (RRD). It retrieves the graph options from an Apache-style configuration file and, after making the necessary calls to rrdgraph, it generates static or dynamic HTML pages containing the graphs. The following backends are supported for the generation of the dynamic pages: CGI, FastCGI, mod_python, and WSGI.
OSD Monitors is a tool for those who prefer simple window managers and don't want precious screen space cluttered with panels, icons, etc. It uses the xosd library to display various textual monitors (clock, CPU usage, net, swap, disk, etc.) transparently at a fixed position on the screen. It has a very low memory and CPU footprint.
The Subukan Sensor is a complete Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS) platform. It is not simply an application one can install on an existing operating system. Rather, Subukan is a total software solution including both an operating system and a unique compilation of security tools. It is based on a single file image or firmware that transforms almost any hardware equipment into a fully functional NIDS appliance. Appliance- based technology simplifies administration and provides the capability for remote upgrades.
Whiskers is an educational PocketPC application that tries to exploit all the hardware available on most common PDAs providing a link between different features such as GPS-Bluetooth-Wireless. Generally, whiskers was built with radio reconnaissance in mind as help for geocachers or wardrivers, but also as a penetration and audit tool. There is support for in-depth device scanning, triggering actions based on filters when certain devices are in range, centralized GPS logging with search functions for private or public databases, and much more.
The System Data Recorder has a collection part, or the part that handles recording the data from each system, and a reporting side where it permanently stores and generates simple reports and graphs. For some configurations, it can use only the recording part without the reporting side at all. The data recorder consists of many simple utilities developed in Korn and Perl that extract different telemetry from the Solaris kernel statistic module. Some recorders gather their data from various processes directly using OS or third party utilities. There are 5 recorders that should be installed and deployed in any system, and optional recorders needed only in certain cases: CMT and JVM.