lpkfuse is a FUSE filesystem that lets you place all the SSH public keys of your users into LDAP. Without this tool, you would have to patch your SSH server (for example using openssh-lpk) to support this. But with lpkfuse, you just need to amend AuthorizedKeysFile in your sshd_config file. Other benefits include LDAP resilence and caching/local-fallback in case no LDAP servers are accessible.
Nfsight is a Netflow processing and visualization application designed to offer a comprehensive network awareness solution. Developed as a Nfsen plugin, it constructs bidirectional flows from unidirectional flows and leverages these bidirectional flows to provide client/server identification.
Class::EHierarchy is intended for use as a base class for custom objects. The objects need one or more of the following features: orderly bottom-up destruction of objects, opaque objects, class-based access restrictions for properties and methods, primitive strict property type awareness, and alias-based object retrieval.
Xtract is an extendable, scriptable data extraction framework. It is meant to be a unified framework to perform data extraction tasks. It includes a sample module to identify JPEG files. A common, shared framework similar to this makes it possible to develop an easily deployable and commonly held set of data extraction tools that exceed the capability of any closed-source alternative. The script-based nature of Xtract makes it portable across architectures, and its modular design allows the easy addition of capabilities to identify new types of files or other data.
checkMX is a Perl daemon which monitors remote MX servers for a domain's overall health. If all the MX hosts are down and the domain can no longer receive mail, checkMX updates the Postfix relay_domains file so it will start accepting mail for the broken domain. Once the domain can start accepting mail on its own, checkmx will flush the mail queue for delivery and remove it from postfix relay_domains file. This prevents spammers from using the backup MX server as a spam vector.
The goal of Siebel Code Analyzer is to provide tools to analyze and find common issues with eScript code based on best practices for coding. At the moment, the Perl script finder.pl has the following features: connect to the repository database and analyze eScript code for objects not correctly terminated; multi-OS platform support (wherever Perl 5.10 is supported); database independence (through DBI usage); and an external configuration file. Future releases are expected to include a full eScript parser; identify the absence of usage of try/catch/finally blocks; identify correct usage of finally block; and use TAP for report output.