PortscanGeoinfo is a plugin for the powerful Prelude correlation engine. Prelude is a universal security information management (SIM) system (www.prelude-technologies.com). Prelude-Correlator allows one to conduct multistream correlations with a powerful programming language for writing correlation rules. This plugin correlates alerts from Snort NIDS and OSSEC HIDS sensors regarding portscans. Geographical information (GeoIP) of the scanning host is included in the correlated alert.
Zabbix/J is a framework for integrating Zabbix monitoring into Java applications. Zabbix is an "enterprise-class Open Source distributed monitoring solution" which provides telemetry and triggers across entire infrastructures. Zabbix/J makes it simple to expose metrics from your Java applications, giving them visibility as first class citizens in a Zabbix configuration.
Panoptes is a scalable, extensible network and host monitoring tool. It includes a dynamic Web management interface based on the Dojo toolkit. It monitors SNMP, TCP port availability, ICMP, HTTP response and content, and SSL certificates internally. It supports monitoring anything else via shell scripts. It also includes a packet capture tool for discovery of hosts, port, and OS.
icli is a command line interface to the Icinga monitoring software. You can use it to list service/host status with many filtering options, schedule rechecks, and acknowledge service problems. Basic support for viewing the command queue and scheduled downtimes is also present. It is largely compatible with Nagios.
Host Status Monitor App is a program that allows you to automatically monitor multiple Internet hosts for downtime. It runs from command line or GUI and can visually indicate host status or email you when a machine goes down. Configuration is performed through two files: a program configuration file (hoststatsmonitor.conf), and a list of hosts to be monitored (hostlist.txt).
NS4300N Nagios Utils is a collection of tools for working with the Promise NS4300N NAS within the Nagios framework. The two current tools allow for monitoring the chassis and remotely shutting down the system. Future versions of this utility set will include the ability to monitor drives and volumes.
Zbxlog provides better integration of syslog messages (as defined in RFC 3124 and 5424) with Zabbix. Currently, Zabbix cannot process messages in syslog format; it can only process messages stored in flat files by standard syslog programs on Unix/Linux systems. This means that it can't process syslog messages from devices on which Zabbix cannot be installed. It also means that several fields of a syslog message are lost (timestamp, facility, and severity). This project adds support in Zabbix for a new kind of item: "syslog[<facility>,<regexp>,<severity>,<maxlines>]". It has been tested with Zabbix 1.8.2 and 1.8.3.