Txt to HTML Converter is a Perl script that converts ASCII text files to HTML files. You can modify the font and body tags. It makes use of tables, so you can also choose the alignment and width of the text. It can write the text in italics, bold, and/or underlined. The script supports the use of templates.
IP-packetgenerator is a (ICMP/UDP/TCP)/IP packet generator written in Perl. When creating a TCP packet, it lets you specify the source and destination IP address, source and destination port, sequence and acknowledgement number, window size, and TCP flags. When creating a UDP packet, it lets you specify the source and destination IP and source and destination port. When creating an ICMP packet, it lets you specify the type, code, and mtu. Additionally, you can set the Time-to-live, set the fragmentation offset, send data within the packets, and select the number of packets to send over the wire. There are commandline and GUI versions. The configuration of packets can be read from a config file or saved to a config file.
With NewsGrabber you can search newsgroups for subjects (regular expressions are allowed), monitor articles in newsgroups, or just fetch an article by message id. It is configured by an XML file, and you can specify as many regular expressions per newsgroup as you like. You can also add a number of news servers.
Perl Advanced TCP Hijacking is a collection of tools for inspecting and hijacking network connections written in Perl. It consists of a packet generator, an RST daemon, a sniffer, an ICMP redirection tool, an ARP redirection tool, an IDS testing tool, and an automatic hijacking daemon for plain protocols, and features both GUI and terminal interfaces.
Bluecmd executes a command based on whether a bluetooth device can be found or not. It can be used, for example, to (un)lock your computer with a bluetooth-enabled mobile phone. It can detect a trusted bluetooth device by either l2ping or HCI name resolution, so the device can be invisible.
GPGlist is a Perl script to implement gpg encrypted alias lists in a mail server such as Sendmail or Postfix. It uses one XML config file to store information about lists. It backs up messages if an error occours, and sends out error messages to the sender of the mail. You can decide whether or not a list only accepts encrypted messages.
Bluediving is a Bluetooth penetration testing suite. It implements attacks like Bluebug, BlueSnarf, BlueSnarf++, and BlueSmack, has features such as Bluetooth address spoofing, an AT and a RFCOMM socket shell, and implements tools like carwhisperer, BSS, L2CAP packet generator, L2CAP connection resetter, RFCOMM scanner, and greenplaque scanning mode (using more than one HCI device).
Chaosmap is an information gathering tool and DNS, Whois, and Web server scanner. It can be used to look up DNS names with a dictionary with or without using a salt. Salting for DNS means it will append numbers from 1-9 to the name in the dictionary with or without a - and _ or a leading 0. Salting for Web stuff will try double slashes and some directory traversal tricks. It performs reverse DNS lookups of a whole IP range (with optional Whois lookup) and dictionary scans for hidden paths on one Web server or a range of IP addresses. Optionally you can encode a path with URL encoding use Google dict lookup mode to find the path on Google and only query the Webserver if there are no search results. It can also extract email addresses from domains using a Google search or perform a list of Google Hacking queries on your domain.