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seeking information about computer and network
Some sites listed herein may encourage dubious online
- Use your "judgement tempered by experience", as
Nero Wolfe used to tell Archie Goodwin.
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American Registry for Internet
offers security news & views.
- cr.yp.to of the Department
of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at the
University of Illinois at Chicago, has lots of tools relating
to TCP/IP and to network security.
- GNU Privacy
Guard is GNU public key encryption.
- Hogwash is a
Snort -based packet
- Insecure.org is the
home of the nmap port scanner.
- ITS4 from
Technologies (RST) is an open source, simple tool that
statically scans C and C++ source code for potential security
Spitz has whitepapers about defending against black-hat
- Loki's Home
Page is a phrack site.
- l0pht is the
premier security phreak's site.
- lsof the
lister of all open files on a system is unique and
- NetScan scans the
Internet for sites whose slack administrators allow their
networks to become smurf amplifiers.
- Network Security Library
claims to be the "biggest collection of network security
- OpenSSH is a free
software implementation of the Secure SHell.
Encryption is free and NIST-certified.
- Secure Linux
proof-of-concept from the National Security Agency.
IBM'er Wietse Venema's site.
- Mr. Venema is one of the authors of the SATAN security
exposure diagnosis tool.
- Rootshell is about how
people access machines as root.
- SecureOps shows
how to create a VPN on OpenBSD.
Snort is a lightweight
Intrusion Detection System (IDS).
- Sudo Main
is "aiming to a single moving target: to bring the world closer
to zero risk". To that end they are ... auctioning unpublished
exploits!? (See also WabiSabiLabi's
- Whitehats is a
resource to help network and security administrators by
offering free software and community support.
Cryptome.org claims to be
"an archive of spatial and geographic documents on privacy,
cryptography, dual-use technologies, national security and
- Dug Song is
a young fellow who participates in the OpenBSD project and has
a very nice homepage with valuable computer security
- InterNIC is the
central source of domain registration info.
invites you to crack their machines and network, as long as you
play nice and tell them how you did it!
sites are of as much interest to psychologists, sociologists and
art critics as to security professionals.
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