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  1. #81
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    A great online set of tools for anyone connected to the internet
    http://www.dslreports.com/tools

    I find that I use the speed tests more often than anything else, and no... you dont need to have a DSL line to use any of the tools...
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    I got this from a post on this site, but haven't seen it in this thread. A nice GUI and great for system and network auditing:
    AIDA 32/free download

    www.aida32.hu/aida32.php

    Quite useful.

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    good thread!

    My always growin' setup is Agnitum Outpost Firewall - great for blocking malicious http's

    Spybot SD - the Teatimer works in realtime (as Process Monitor and others)

    --> Proxies mean Privacy and Anonimity <-- JAP or TOR are fine to me !
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    Hi all,

    I don't think this has been mentioned yet

    http://www.prevx.com/prevxhome.asp

    "Prevx Home will protect your PC against the worms, trojans, malicious spyware, malware and hacker attacks that bypass traditional security technology"

    The only negative side of it is when your updating programs, it can be a pain when it constantly tells you of every move - but that's what it's there for.

    TW
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    This hasn't been mentioned in this entire thread...

    Church of the Swimming Elephant


    Big database of security tools, text files, wordlists, everything.
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    This hasn't been mentioned in this entire thread...

    Church of the Swimming Elephant


    Big database of security tools, text files, wordlists, everything.
    Cool - thanks for that!

    I also wanted to ask about vulnerability scanners - specifically host based - are there any "good" ones people have used or are using? I was checking the list at the cotse and at insecure.org, but also just wanted to check here.

    Graci.
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    A good tool I use is Insert(Inside Security Rescue Toolkit) . It's a bootable distro of linux.

    Applications Included

    afio 2.5-2 Archive file manipulation program.
    attr 2.4.16-1 Utilities for manipulating filesystem extended attributes
    avscan 0.4.1 GUI for clamav and freshclam
    axyftp-gtk 0.5.1-1.1 A graphical ftp program with GTK interface
    bash 2.05b-12 The GNU Bourne Again SHell
    bash-completion 050121 Full programmable completion for the bash
    bashburn 1.6-1 Feature-rich console frontend for CD burning tasks
    bing 1.1.3-1 Empirical stochastic bandwidth tester
    bonnie++ 1.03a Hard drive bottleneck testing benchmark suite
    bridge-utils 1.0.4-1 Utilities for configuring the Linux 2.4 bridge
    brltty 3.4.1-4 Access software for a blind person using a soft braille terminal
    burncenter 3.1 Another tool to ease the mastering and burning of CDs
    cabextract 1.1-1 A program to extract Microsoft Cabinet files
    calcoo 1.3.15-1 Scientific calculator (GTK+)
    captive 1.1.5 Write support on NTFS-partitions
    cdrecord 2.01+01a01-2 Command line CD writing tool
    chkrootkit 0.45 Checks for signs of rootkits on the local system
    chntpw 0.99.2-2 NT SAM password recovery utility
    clamav 0.86-1 Antivirus scanner for Unix
    curl 7.13.1-2 Get a file from an FTP, GOPHER, HTTP or HTTPS server
    ddrescue 1.10-1 Error-tolerant version of dd for rescuing data
    ddrescue 0.9 Supposed to be even better than dd_rescue
    dhcp3-server 3.0+3.0.1rc13-2 The ISC dhcp server
    dillo 0.8.5-i18n-misc GTK-based web browser, patched for frame, tabs and i18n support
    dosfstools 2.10-1 Utilities to create and check MS-DOS FAT filesystems
    dvd+rw-tools 5.21.4.10.8-1 DVD+-RW/R tools
    e2fsprogs 1.35-6 The EXT2 file system utilities and libraries
    emelfm 0.9.2-7 File manager for X/gtk
    ethtool 2-1 Display or change ethernet card settings
    ettercap 0.7.1-1 Multipurpose sniffer/interceptor/logger for switched LAN
    fakeroot 1.2.2 Gives a fake root environment
    fdutils 5.4-20040228-1 Linux floppy utilities
    fluxbox 0.1.14-2 Highly configurable and low resource X11 Window manager
    foremost 0.69 Recover files based on their headers and footers.
    fping 2.4b2-to-ipv6-10 Sends ICMP ECHO_REQUEST packets to network hosts (IPv6-ready)
    fwlogwatch 1.0-3 A very flexible firewall log analyzer
    gftp 2.0.11-1 X/GTK+ FTP client
    gpart 0.1h-4 Guess PC disk partition table, find lost partitions
    grub 0.95+cvs20040624-10 GRand Unified Bootloader
    gtkrecover 0.3-9 GUI for recover
    hdparm 5.9-4 Tune hard disk parameters for high performance
    hostap-utils 0.3.7-2 Utility programs for Host AP driver for Intersil Prism2/2.5/3
    hping2 2.rc3-3 Active Network Smashing Tool
    httptunnel 3.3-2 Tunnels a data stream in HTTP requests
    ibod 1.5.0-2 ISDN MPPP bandwidth on demand daemon
    icmpush 2.2-6 ICMP packet builder
    idswakeup 1.0-3 A tool for testing network intrusion detection systems.
    iftop 0.16-1 display bandwith usage on an interface
    ipcalc 0.37-1 Parameter calculator for IPv4 addresses
    iperf 1.7.0 Internet Protocol bandwidth measuring tool
    iperf2 2.0.1-1 Internet Protocol bandwidth measuring tool (v2)
    iproute 20041019-3 Professional tools to control the networking in Linux kernels
    iptables 1.2.11-8 IP packet filter administration tools for 2.4.xx kernels
    iptraf 2.7.0-6 Interactive Colorful IP LAN Monitor
    ipv6calc 0.46-2 A small utility for manipulating IPv6 addresses.
    ipx 2.2.4-1 Utilities to configure the kernel ipx interface.
    isdnutils-base 3.6.2005-01-03-5 ISDN utilities, the basic (minimal) set
    jfsutils 1.1.7-1 Utilities for managing the JFS filesystem
    lilo 22.6.1-6 LInux LOader - The Classic OS loader can load Linux and others
    linux-kernel 2.6.11.6 The Linux kernel
    linux-wlan-ng 0.2.1pre26-1 Utilities for wireless prism2 cards
    loop-aes 3.0c AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) Kernel module and utils
    lrzsz 0.12.21-4 Tools for zmodem/xmodem/ymodem file transfer
    lukemftp 1.5-8 The enhanced FTP client
    lvm2 2.01.04-3 The Logical Volume Manager for Linux
    magicrescue 1.1.4 Scan a block device for known file types and extract them
    mbr 1.1.5-1 Master Boot Record for IBM-PC compatible computers.
    mc 4.5.55-1 Midnight Commander - A powerful file manager
    mdadm 1.9.0-2.1 Manage MD devices aka Linux Software Raid
    memtest86+ 1.55-1 Extensive check of your system memory's health
    minicom 2.1-6 Friendly menu driven serial communication program
    mkisofs 2.01+01a01-2 Creates ISO-9660 CD-ROM filesystem images
    mmv 1.01b-12 Move/Copy/Append/Link multiple files
    ms-sys 2.0.0 This program is used to create Microsoft compatible boot records
    mt-st 0.8-1 Linux SCSI tape driver aware magnetic tape control (aka. mt)
    mtools 3.9.9-2.1 Tools for manipulating MSDOS files
    mtoolsfm 1.9.3-4 Graphical user interface to the mtools diskette package
    mtr-tiny 0.67-1 Full screen ncurses traceroute tool
    nano 1.2.4-5 Free Pico clone with some new features
    ncurses-hexedit 0.9.7-11 Edit files/disks in hex, ASCII and EBCDIC
    ndiswrapper 1.2 Userspace utilities for ndiswrapper
    netcat6 0.5-1 TCP/IP swiss army knife with IPv6 support
    netio 1.23 Network speed tests for LANs
    netpipe-tcp 3.6.2-1 A network performance tool using the TCP protocol
    nfs-common 1.0.6-3 NFS support files common to client and server
    (x)nmap 3.81-1 The Network Mapper
    nmblookup 3.0.14a NetBIOS over TCP/IP client used to lookup NetBIOS names
    ntfsprogs 1.9.4-2 Tools for doing neat things in NTFS partitions from Linux
    openvpn 1.6.0-5 Virtual private network daemon
    orinoco 0.15rc2 Orinoco and Prism 2 wireless card driver with monitor support
    p0f 2.0.5 The passive OS fingerprinting tool
    parted 1.6.21-1 The GNU Parted disk partition resizing program
    partimage 0.6.4-5 Linux/UNIX utility to save partitions in a compressed image file
    pcmcia-cs 3.2.5-8 PCMCIA Card Services for Linux
    perl-base 5.8.3-3 The Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister.
    pppconfig 2.3.11 A text menu based utility for configuring ppp
    pppoeconf 1.0.11 Configures PPPoE/ADSL connections
    progsreiserfs 0.3.0.4-4 Tools for manipulating ReiserFS filesystems
    pv 0.9.0-1 Shell pipeline element to meter data passing through
    raidtools2 1.00.3-17 Utilities to support 'new-style' RAID disks
    rdesktop 1.4.1-1 RDP client for Windows NT/2000 Terminal Server
    recover 1.3c-8 Undelete files on ext2 partitions
    rkhunter 1.2.7 Rootkit hunter - search for installed rootkits
    rsync 2.6.3-2 Fast remote file copy program (like rcp)
    screen 3.9.11-5woody1 A terminal multiplexor with VT100/ANSI terminal emulation
    sendip 2.5-2 A commandline tool to allow sending arbitrary IP packets
    shfs 0.35-1 The SSH file system. Mount via SSH ala NFS
    sitar 0.9.1 SITAR - System InformaTion At Runtime
    smartmontools 5.32-2 Control storage systems using S.M.A.R.T.
    smb-nat 1.0-3 Netbios Auditing Tool
    smbclient 3.0.14a Connect to Netbios network shares
    smbmount 3.0.14a Mount shares from SMB servers
    sniffit 0.3.7.beta-11 Packet sniffer and monitoring tool
    ssh 3.8.1p1-4 Secure rlogin/rsh/rcp replacement (OpenSSH)
    strace 4.5.8-1.2 A system call tracer
    stress 0.18.4-1 Put your system under siege
    syslinux 3.0.9 The syslinux boot loader
    tcpdump 3.8.3-3 A powerful tool for network monitoring and data acquisition
    telnet 0.17-22 A telnet client
    testdisk 5.7 Partition scanner and disk recovery tool
    tftpd-hpa 0.36-1 A tftp boot server
    traceroute 1.4a-12-13 Traces the route taken by packets over a TCP/IP network
    udpcast 20040531-1 A tool to send data simultaneously to many destinations in a LAN
    unrar 3.3.6-1 De-archiver for .rar files
    unzip 5.51-2 De-archiver for .zip files
    usbutils 0.11+cvs20040318-2 USB console utilities
    wakeonlan 0.41-1 Wake hosts on your LAN with a magic packet
    wavemon 0.4.0b-7 Wireless Device Monitoring Application
    wget 1.9.1-8 Retrieves files from the web
    wipe 0.19.20030913-1 Secure file deletion
    wireless-tools 27-1 Tools for manipulating Linux Wireless Extensions
    wpasupplicant 0.3.8-1 Client support for WPA and WPA2 (IEEE 802.11i)
    xfsprogs 2.6.20-1 Utilities for managing the XFS filesystem
    zip 2.30-6 Archiver for .zip files

    http://www.inside-security.de/insert_en.html
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    what do you think about zone alarm firewall?
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    Quote Originally Posted by xtreme164 View Post
    what do you think about zone alarm firewall?
    #1. This thread is really old. Replying to a thread THIS old, is not a great idea.

    #2. Asking a question like that, you could easily start your own thread. This one is old as piss, so the fact that most of the people who were in it aren't even here anymore, isn't going to get an answer any quicker. That's why you just start a new thread asking it.

    #3. Zone alarm sucks.
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    Hey Gore. Besides being "Spot On" You could have just pasted this link...

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=zone+alarm+review
    09:F9:11:02:9D:74:E3:5B8:41:56:C5:63:56:88:C0
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