Involved Projects and Packages
pmacct is a small set of passive network monitoring tools to measure, account, classify and aggregate IPv4 and IPv6 traffic; a pluggable and flexible architecture allows to store the collected traffic data into memory tables or SQL (MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL) databases. pmacct supports fully customizable historical data breakdown, flow sampling, filtering and tagging, recovery actions, and triggers. Libpcap, sFlow v2/v4/v5 and NetFlow v1/v5/v7/v8/v9 are supported, both unicast and multicast. Also, a client program makes it easy to export data to tools like RRDtool, GNUPlot, Net-SNMP, MRTG, and Cacti.
Power-calibrate calibrates the power consumption of a mobile device that has
a battery power source or of an modern Intel device has RAPL support.
It will attempt to calculate the power usage of 1% of CPU utilisation
(and 1 instruction and 1 cpu cycle if perf is available).
Powerstat measures the power consumption of a mobile PC that has a battery
power source. The output is like vmstat but also shows power consumption
statistics. At the end of a run, powerstat will calculate the average,
standard deviation and min/max of the gathered data.
The radcli library is a library for writing RADIUS Clients. The library's
approach is to allow writing RADIUS-aware application in less than 50 lines
of C code. It was based originally on freeradius-client and is source compatible
Sluice reads from standard input and write to standard output at a specified
data rate. This can be useful for benchmarking and exercising I/O streaming at
desired throughput rates.
smem is a tool that can give numerous reports on memory usage on Linux
systems. Unlike existing tools, smem can report proportional set size (PSS),
which is a more meaningful representation of the amount of memory used by
libraries and applications in a virtual memory system.
Because large portions of physical memory are typically shared among
multiple applications, the standard measure of memory usage known as
resident set size (RSS) will significantly overestimate memory usage. PSS
instead measures each application's "fair share" of each shared area to give
a realistic measure.
Smemstat reports the physical memory usage taking into consideration shared
memory. The tool can either report a current snapshot of memory usage or
periodically dump out any changes in memory.
The Suricata Engine is an Open Source Next Generation Intrusion Detection and Prevention Engine. This engine is not intended to just replace or emulate the existing tools in the industry, but will bring new ideas and technologies to the field.
OISF is part of and funded by the Department of Homeland Security's Directorate for Science and Technology HOST program (Homeland Open Security Technology), by the the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR), as well as through the very generous support of the members of the OISF Consortium. More information about the Consortium is available, as well as a list of our current Consortium Members.
This package provides a shared system user for all thola components.
A tool for monitoring network devices written in Go (mainly using SNMP).
It features a check mode which complies with the monitoring plugins
development guidelines and is therefore compatible with Nagios, Icinga,
Zabbix, Checkmk, etc.
aha (ANSI HTML Adapter) converts ANSI colors to HTML, e.g. if you
want to publish the output of ls --color=yes, git diff, ccal or htop
as static HTML somewhere.
Bitwise is multi base interactive calculator supporting dynamic base
conversion and bit manipulation. It's a handy tool for low level
hackers, kernel developers and device drivers developers.
Some of the features include:
* Interactive ncurses interface Command line calculator.
* Individual bit manipulator.
* Bitwise operations such as NOT, OR, AND, XOR, and shifts.
A cross-platform graphical process/system monitor with a
customizable interface and a multitude of features.
bp-nfoview is a simple viewer for NFO files, which are "ASCII" art in
the CP437 codepage. The advantages of using NFO Viewer instead of a
text editor are preset font, color and encoding settings.
This project emulates the sound of my old faithful IBM Model-M space
saver bucklespring keyboard while typing on my notebook, mainly for
the purpose of annoying the hell out of my coworkers.
Enchive is a tool to encrypt files to yourself for long-term archival.
It's a focused, simple alternative to more complex solutions such as
GnuPG or encrypted filesystems.
Files are secured with ChaCha20, Curve25519, and HMAC-SHA256.
grepcidr can be used as a stream filter when you need to compare a list of IP
addresses against one or more Classless Inter-Domain Routing (CIDR) mask
specifications. Think of grepcidr as a CIDR-aware grep; instead of using
'grep 22.214.171.124' you can use 'grepcidr -e 126.96.36.199/30', for example. Multiple
specifications, of arbitrary mask lengths, can be specified both on the
command line or loaded from a file.
jc is used to JSONify the output of many standard linux cli tools
and file types for easier parsing in scripts.
Dead simple terminal plots from JSON (or CSV) data. Bar charts,
line charts, scatter plots, histograms and heatmaps are supported.
Jshon parses, reads and creates JSON. It is designed to be as usable as possible
from within the shell and replaces fragile adhoc parsers made from grep/sed/awk
as well as heavyweight one-line parsers made from perl/python.