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    Fitzgerald is a tiny PHP framework and tries to port Sinatra to PHP. Requirements:- PHP 5 or Higher Limitations:- Still under development, but the basic principles are there and working. What's New in This Version:- Enabled support PUT and DELETE method request and charset header, and other changes.- Avoid NOTICE errors on redirect.
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    Inprotect is a PHP, Perl and MySql based web interface for the Nessus security scanner and Nmap port scanner. The system presents scan results via a Email notification, a HTML interface, or exported to a PDF file.
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    Switchport Map is a tool to automatically find, trace, and log used switch ports on a network as well as find relationships between switches.
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    JAP is a proxy that allows you to access CPANEL, WEBHOSTMANAGER and WEBMAIL through port 80. It is compatible with the latest version of CPANEL, WEBHOSTMANAGER and WEBMAIL and uses the CURL library to optimize performance.
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    PortWatcher will regularly scan switches in a LAN, and record into a DB which MAC-addresses are assigned to which ports. The result is that network administrators will be automatically informed of any new devices which are attached to their networks.
  6. Cancerbero - The watchdog of the ports
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    Cancerbero is a port scan engine based on nmap. It scans the hosts of a defined network once every configured time interval and stores the results in a MySQL database. It detects changes from last scan, generates alerts with differences, and optionally sends the alert by mail to the owner of the host. It provides a snapshot of the ports ...
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    Cgiapp.class.php is a port of CGI::Application to PHP.
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    What are the packets rejected by your Netfilter based firewall today ? How often this suspicious host try to connect to your box ? What are the most rejected domains ? Who is this strange host which scan your ports ?The responses are in the IPTables log analyzer.
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