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Adium is a free instant messaging application for Mac OS X, released under the GNU GPL and developed by the Adium team. With Adium, you can connect to any number of messaging accounts on any combination of supported messaging services and then chat with other people using those services.
Adium supports Facebook Chat, AIM (OSCAR), ICQ, Yahoo!, Yahoo! Japan, MSN, Jabber, Google Talk, Lotus Sametime, Bonjour, MySpace IM, Novell GroupWise, QQ, and Gadu-Gadu.
ADmitMac v3 allows Macintosh users running Mac OS X 10.3 Panther, or Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger (with the latest updates), to participate in and take advantage of all the directory services provided by Microsoft's Active Directory, NT, and Apple's Workgroup Manager. As a result, administrators can manage their domain users consistently regardless of which operating system they use. ADmitMac allows Macintosh access based on domain credentials and provides support for local or network home folders.
The perfect wireless solution for home, school, and business. As it blankets your space with a blazing-fast, secure wireless network, it opens up a world of possibilities for home entertainment, backups, printing, and more. With the AirPort Extreme Base Station, you and up to 50 of your friends, colleagues, or family members can enjoy a robust wireless network offering up to five times the performance and up to twice the range of networks created with the earlier 802.11g standard.
Airport Monitor Utility 1.1.5
The AirPort Monitor Utility allows you to view information about the Apple AirPort Base Station. It uses SNMP to retrieve base station data and then displays it in well organized tables providing easy access to detailed information.
Scanning for wireless networks is now easier and more personalized! AirRadar allows you to scan for open networks and tag them as favourites or filter them out. View detailed network information, graph network signal strength, and automatically join the best open network in range.
AirStatz combines an easy at-a-glance visual tool for evaluating your Airport connection with optional in-depth technical information.
AirStatz's display responds much more rapidly than Apple's menu-bar widget, making it far easier to optimize your connection or locate interference sources.
AirStatz also has drawers displaying detailed technical information about your current wireless connection and all available wireless networks.
AirTrafficControl is the most advanced wireless networking widget available.
Connect to any type of network.
Sort networks by any feature.
Check for AirTrafficControl updates.
Use the Keychain to store, retrieve and update WPA or WEP passwords.
Select your own refresh rate.
View current connection details including network speed.
AP Grapher 1.2.1
AP Grapher is a freeware program for Mac OS X which searches for and displays nearby wireless (AirPort/WiFi) access points along with information about their percent availability, maximum signal strength, and last contact time. The grapher window allows you to graph up to six signal strength parameters for the base station you are currently connected to and optionally display them in the dock icon.
Bonjour Browser 1.5.6
An application that lets you browse all the Bonjour services available on your local network. This application will show you all the known Bonjour services available and what computers have them, along with any extra information given with the service. Comes complete with a list of known services and also lets you add your own.
Bonjour for Windows 1.0.3
Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, enables automatic discovery of computers, devices, and services on IP networks. Bonjour uses industry standard IP protocols to allow devices to automatically discover each other without the need to enter IP addresses or configure DNS servers.
BusySync allows multiple users to share and edit iCal calendars on a local area network or over the internet without the need for a dedicated server.
Citrix ICA Client 10.00.603
Citrix ICA Macintosh Client is an ICA Client providing native connectivity to MetaFrame servers for Macintosh users.
ClipCommControl extends Copy/Paste so it works across multiple networked* Macs. Effectively, this enable you to share clipboards among Macs on your network.
Cocoa Packet Analyzer 0.57
Cocoa Packet Analyzer is a native cocoa implementation of a network packet protocol analyzer for Mac OS X. It uses libPCAP for reading packet trace files and for capturing network traffic.
Based on the open standards, the product provides an integrated platform for "store-and-forward" (E-mail, Calendaring) and Real-Time (VoIP, Video, Instant Messaging, White Boards) communications.
The Internet messaging server application implementing: Multi-domain support with and without IP multihoming, multi-mailbox accounts and shared mailboxes, Internet mail exchange service using the ESMTP protocol, anti-spam mechanisms, and much more.
Organize & access all contact activities in a single centralized view.
Real-time sharing of all your calendar, contacts and tasks with colleagues in only one mouse click.
Complete view of all your communications and immediate access.
Prioritize and organize your work with unlimited color-coded categories.
Customize mouse actions and instant editing of any element.
Most programmers are familiar with transporting data by hitting Ctrl-C (or Command-C) to copy to the clipboard, then changing applications and pressing Ctrl-V to paste. But what if you wanted to share a clipboard between two different computers on a network? Sure, you could paste to a file, save the file in a central location, open the file on the other machine, and then highlight the data again and Copy and Paste...
Or you could just use a neat little program called CrossClip.
CrossClip runs transparently in the background (on each computer) and performs both sending and receiving functions as necessary, which means the data can be sent in either direction between computers. Transporting can be set up to be triggered automatically, or manually via mouse-click from the CrossClip menu (for those times when you don't want every Ctrl-C to be broadcast to all the other CrossClip applications within the network group).
There's no fancy compiling necessary, just use the effortless installer. Oh, and did we mention that this works on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux... or even between them on the same network? Cross-platform clipboards, now that's news!
Crystalfire Wormhole 2.4
Wormhole is a file transfer utility for Mac OS X and Windows 95/98/ME/XP/2000. It requires only a TCP network (such as most LANS and the Internet), in order to allow cross-platform file transfers.
Sure, there are other ways to move files between Windows and Mac, but many users prefer the simplicity of Wormhole. Need to transfer a file on your home network or office LAN? Just launch Wormhole on both machines, and you're ready to go! Wormhole automatically locates the other one, and a colorful "wormhole" window appears on each computer. Drop the file you want to transfer onto one "end" of the wormhole, and it will are immediately be transferred to the other!
Wormhole is multiple-computer friendly. It can copy Windows to Windows, Windows to Mac, and Mac to Mac (Mac to Mac copies even copy the resource fork correctly!) And since Wormhole is implemented completely as an application, there are no extensions or DLL's to mess up your computer.
Thursby's award-winning software product, DAVE, is the best solution for cross-platform file and print sharing. DAVE uses the fast, industry standard TCP/IP protocol instead of AppleTalk and is designed specifically for the Apple Macintosh. It is installed on the Macintosh and no additional hardware or software is required on the PC. DAVE is a "one product fits all" solution for sharing between the different Microsoft platforms and Macintosh systems. Providing SMB signing and Dfs support, it is the most secure and most versatile file and print sharing solution available.
DAVE is truly bi-directional, allowing your Macintosh to browse Microsoft networks and mount volumes, as well as share your folders or drives for others to access. DAVE also lets you to pick which folders or drives you want to share, allowing you to keep your home folder secure.
Designed for the unique needs of Mac-based businesses of 1-50 people, Daylite 3 is a new generation of productivity management software. Daylite 3's time-saving features include shared calendars, seamless integration with Apple Mail, project and activity delegation, multiple pipeline views, a built-in report writer, sophisticated offline capabilities, and a clean, easy-to-use interface.
Saving time is a daily concern for system administrator, especially with the increase of minor interventions requested by end-users: accidentally modified system preferences, third-party applications instability or misconfigured, wrong access rights, viruses, etc...
Mac OS X is stable and robust but the capacity to (re)install completely a workstation or a server in a few minutes following a preset scenario that automatically restores the right disk image, configures and backs up what was planned by the administrator is a real benefit in terms of time and money.
DeployStudio was designed this way, in order to manage flawlessly large deployments of workstations, servers and cluster nodes.
DNS Enabler 3.0.4
DNS Enabler allows Mac users to turn on a fully-functional Domain Name Server on a plain Mac OS X machine with just one click.
It tries to be as buzzword-compliant as possible - it handles multiple virtual domains, multiple subnets, aliases, MX records (including specifying back-up servers on other networks), and creating the right number of reverse pointer and CNAME records - while doing it all using a single window, the Mac way.
Easily and quickly send files and folders to multiple destinations across your LAN by simply dragging files onto recipients in a popup window. The easiest way to get things from one place to another quickly without dialogs, passwords or confirmations. DropCopy is free for personal use (up to 3 machines on a network) and $25 for larger networks (up to 10 users).
ExtremeZ-IP File Server software adds Macintosh file sharing (AppleShare) to Windows file servers.
ExtremeZ-IP File Server is the first and only Windows-based file server that fully supports Mac OS X, making it a "must have" for mixed Mac and Windows computing environments. ExtremeZ-IP File Server delivers a stable and compatible platform for Mac file sharing making it the only choice in mission critical, production servers. Since 1999, ExtremeZ-IP's performance, compatibility, ease of use and reliability has made it the Mac connectivity tool of choice among thousands of organizations worldwide.
ExtremeZ-IP File Server offers support for Apple's latest version of the AppleShareIP file sharing protocol, AFP 3.1. So unlike the alternatives, ExtremeZ-IP File Server supports all the important new Mac OS X features like long file names, file sizes over 2GB on the server, single sign-on authentication using Kerberos, and true compatibility between Mac OS 9 and Mac OS X files.
FirstClass Client 10.009
FirstClass is a cost-effective, highly scalable, feature-rich messaging and communications solution for schools and school districts, learning organizations and businesses. At the foundation of our award-winning FirstClass Communications Platform is our Collaborative Groupware, which provides our users with the ability to effectively communicate and share valuable resources and information via email, conferencing, directories, individual and shared calendars and online chats. FirstClass has been used by thousands of organizations to create powerful online electronic communities that enable individuals and groups of people to work more effectively.
If you've ever wondered what's going on behind the scenes on your network, then Flame can show you.
Bonjour has been described as "no-pain networking". If you've ever used iTunes and seen shared libraries popping up without having to configure anything, then you'll know that it really is painless. That's not to say that it's perfect. If you see someone's sharing their music, how do you see if they're also sharing photos with iPhoto?
Just start Flame to see all the computers on the network that are advertising services. (If it can, it'll identify the user of each computer instead of giving you the machine's name.) Disclose the services available from each. You can even delve right into the service record to see the gory details, if you like that sort of thing.
Unlike existing browsers, which group by service, Flame groups by the machine they're on. This means that you can see the links between services; "Tom's Music" is being shared by the iChat user "Tom", who also has an iPhoto library, "My Holiday Snaps", and a web server. No need to wonder who's doing what any more.
FrameSeer is an inexpensive network packet capture application for the Apple Macintosh.
Packet-capture applications go by a variety of names including, sniffing tools or sniffers (after the Network Associates "Sniffer" product), frame grabbers, packet monitors, and protocol analyzers.
Packet-capture tools are essential aids for diagnosing communications problems, investigating network security breaches, and for general network performance monitoring and troubleshooting tasks.
FrameSeer is a native Mac OS X ("Cocoa/Aqua") application and will help you to diagnose network faults with confidence. Once you've used FrameSeer to track down your first network problem, you'll reach for it whenever your network hiccups.
FrameSeer can capture traffic on your Ethernet, AirPort, PPPoE (eg aDSL or cable-modem), PPP (eg dial-up modem) and loopback interfaces.
GeekTool is a PrefPane (System Preferences module) to show system logs, unix commands output, or images (i.e. from the internet) on your desktop (or even in front of all windows).
Use File mode to monitor MacOS X activity with /var/tmp/console.log or /var/log/system.log, or Shell mode to launch custom scripts or commands like "df" to check space left on filesystems, "uptime" to monitor load of your machine... FInally, Image mode helps you monitor bandwith usage, CPU loads, memory availability of your server, via tools like MRTG or RRD.
HenWen is a network security package for Mac OS X that makes it easy to configure and run Snort, a free Network Intrusion Detection System (NIDS). HenWen's goal is to simplify setting up and maintaining software that will scan network traffic for undesirable traffic a firewall may not block. Everything you need to have is bundled in; there is no compiling or command line use necessary.
A powerful instant text messaging application, iChat comes with Mac OS X and is loaded with great features that make sending messages to your AIM or MobileMe buddies fast and easy. Simple text chats feel like natural conversations, with icons and thought bubbles that make it easy to see who's saying what. And you can transmit any kind of file - from a web address to a photo - by simply dragging it into your chat. Pictures display right in the message window, web links open in a browser with a click. In short, iChat is the best way to IM.
Most Mac computers include a built-in iSight camera and mic. When you use them with iChat, you get the easiest way to have high-quality video and audio chats with your friends and family. You can chat with just one other person or make it a party by starting a multiway chat. Featuring a three-dimensional view, iChat practically puts everybody in the room with you. View their faces reflected into space, just as if they were sitting around a conference room table. And with video backdrops built into iChat, you can make it look like you're chatting from the Eiffel Tower, under the sea, or your own custom backdrop.
InterMapper's active maps give a visual, real-time view of traffic flows through and between critical network devices and links. It also queries your servers to let you know when you have problems - even before your customers call. InterMapper uses SNMP to provide utilization statistics to help you optimize performance, as well displaying traffic, error, and outage information so you can be aware of trouble spots.
The tools included at this time are Ping, Trace Route, Who is, Finger, Lookup, Name Server Query, Subnet Calculator, DHCP Lease, Address Scan, Port Scan, Connection List, AirPort Signal, Interface Info, Monitor, Link Rate, TCP Info, and TCP Dump (including TCP Flow).
IPNetRouterX is a powerful router, firewall, and network management utility including NAPT with inbound port mapping, a built-in DHCP Server, AirPort configuration tool, bandwidth accounting, and rate limiting.
Using IPNetRouterX you can share a network connection among multiple users, provide DHCP service, configure an AirPort software base station, allocate network bandwidth to match business priorities, audit network usage, and secure your LAN against undesirable traffic or network abuse.
IPNetRouterX includes the complete IP filtering engine from IPNetSentryX, extending its flexibility to the entire LAN.
IPNetShareX is a small program designed to give users graphical access to Mac OS X's Network Address Translation (NAT) services without having to use the command line. NAT is a protocol used to share a single internet connection among multiple computers without requiring a dedicated hardware router. IPNetShareX can be used as an alternative to the basic Internet sharing feature of IPNetRouter.
IP Scanner 2.33
IP Scanner for the Macintosh displays all machines, users & IP numbers of Macintosh users on your local network. It also detects non-Macintosh devices, and in many cases can even identify the manufacturer of the device.
For small network admins, this means no more shouting around the office to find out who has which IP number - or who is sitting at which workstation in a fixed IP network.
The first internet enabled chalkboard for the Mac OS X. Like iStorm, iChalk incorporates useful features such as a simple chatting system, and innovative tracing feature. iChalk also allows users to export the chalkboard images as JPEG file and even into a Quicktime movie file.
Introducing iStorm. The world's most innovative collaboration tool, that lets users work, talk, and think together. With iStorm, a user can open up a document, and immediately start brainstorming it with other collaborators over a network.
iStumbler is the leading wireless discovery tool for Mac OS X, providing plugins for finding AirPort networks, Bluetooth devices and Bonjour services with your Mac.
iWapper is a neat little tool that helps you setting up your very own WAP site in no time. WAP (wireless application protocol) sites are a special kind of websites (in XML/WML format) that can be displayed on many cell phones (works best with GPRS/3G UMTS). Until today, setting up a proprietary WAP server has been a big fuss and tools to set up WAP web pages are extremely rare. But now there is help: iWapper can do it all for you -- and even for free (or for a tiny fee -- see below)! iWapper can generate WAP sites for you; not only you can use text styles, images and place links (even download links, email links and phone call links are possible!); iWapper can also store clips from real-world www-webpages in an intelligent way, so that it can update dynamic content automatically and put it into WAP files. New iWapper 2.0 release even adds RSS functionality, so that RSS news feeds can be automatically transferred into WAP pages. Moreover, iWapper generates an automatic WAP index page for you -- one size fits all!
KisMAC is an opensource and free stumbler/scanner application for Mac OS X. It has an advantage over MacStumbler/iStumbler/NetStumbler in that it uses monitor mode and passive scanning.
KisMAC supports several third party PCMCIA cards - Orinoco, PrismII, Cisco Aironet, Atheros and PrismGT. USB Prism2 is supported as well, and USB Ralink support is in development. All of the internal AirPort hardware is supported as well.
LANrev, a comprehensive systems management application developed by pioneers in the field, is designed to make IT management more efficient by conforming to your existing business processes, without imposing new burdens - adapting to your network architecture, and managing your systems and software as they are, while empowering you to take control of your assets.
Networking isn't always as easy as it should be: Ever tried to let a colleague connect to an HTTP or SSH server running on your Mac when you're in your home network behind your NAT router? Or to work together on a document in SubEthaEdit? Or get good download rates in your favorite BitTorrent client?
Without port forwardings, it just won't work, but static port mappings that you can set up in your router are cumbersome to use, only work with static IP addresses and are lost when you buy a new router.
Not so with Lighthouse. Being a dynamic port forwarding utility, starting and stopping port mappings is just a click away. Or even better, let Lighthouse start a port forwarding automatically when you launch an application!
Want to use a port mapping on your desktop and later on your laptop? Static mappings just won't cut it, but Lighthouse will! And living in your menu bar, it's always there, right at your fingertips!
Lotus Notes 8.5.1
IBM Lotus® Notes®, the premier integrated client option for IBM Lotus Domino® server, delivers e-mail, calendar and scheduling capabilities, integrated instant messaging, personal information management (PIM) tools, discussion forums, teamrooms and reference databases with basic workflow - along with a powerful desktop platform for collaborative applications.
Lotus Notes is available in two offerings: Lotus Notes for Messaging (access to messaging functions) and Lotus Notes for Collaboration (both messaging and applications). An integral part of of the IBM® Workplace family, Lotus Notes offers your employees business-critical collaboration tools designed to help you increase organizational productivity and responsiveness.
MarcoPolo brings location-aware computing to your portable Mac computer. It allows your computer to determine its location through gathering evidence from your environment (evidence sources), using fuzzy-logic and rule-based matching to make an educated guess (rules), and then performing arbitrary actions upon changing location (actions).
MarcoPolo is built upon the Mac OS X concept of a "network location". This is a collection of settings for your computer's networking, which allows changing numerous parameters at the same time (Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Network). Using this network location system saves considerable time and effort, but you still have to explicitly switch to the correct location each time. MarcoPolo fills this gap, and extends it to allow a much wider range of location-specific configuration and actions.
MediaWiki is a free Wiki software package licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). It is used to run Wikipedia and other projects of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation, as well as many other wikis.
The Men & Mice Suite 6.0.2
The Men & Mice Suite is a management software solution built to meet the challenges of DNS, DHCP and IP address management in large computer networks. It provides a sophisticated management layer for the existing DNS and DHCP infrastructure integrated with advanced IP address management capabilities.
Nagios is a host and service monitor designed to inform you of network problems before your clients, end-users or managers do. It has been designed to run under the Linux operating system, but works fine under most *NIX variants as well. The monitoring daemon runs intermittent checks on hosts and services you specify using external "plugins" which return status information to Nagios. When problems are encountered, the daemon can send notifications out to administrative contacts in a variety of different ways (email, instant message, SMS, etc.). Current status information, historical logs, and reports can all be accessed via a web browser.
NetBoot Across Subnets 1.2
Due to the way that most routers are configured, NetBooting is typically constrained within a subnet. This means that if you wanted to NetBoot all the machines in your organization (and I don't mean simultaneously) you would have two choices:
- 1. Have your network administrator configure your routers to pass BSDP information along to your NetBoot server or
- 2. Maintain a NetBoot server on every subnet of your network.
While the first option is the "Right Way" to do NetBooting across subnets, it is poorly documented and often includes political battles that many people would rather not fight. Option 2 is costly and probably not the most efficient use of resources, especially if you only NetBoot your machines once every few months for the purpose of reimaging them.
So what is left for those of us that simply want to occasionally NetBoot a bunch of machines scattered across a rather robust but fragmented network?
Try NetBoot Across Subnets.
NetCheck is an OSX native application that provides an array of network monitoring, email alerts, logging, and reporting features. NetCheck not only provides immediate customized alerts, but also provides the historical outage information that we need to work with our business partners on quality service issues using historical patterns seen in our NetCheck logging and reporting. This enables us to identify problems and work issues that otherwise would go unnoticed.
The main focus of this application is uptime monitoring of critical devices and applications, along with the features which provide this -- email alerts, logging, and reporting. You can create an EMAIL group for each special interest group and site, then create an ICMP/Port Monitoring entry that associate all devices and applications being monitored with that email group created for the site. This application was written natively in Objective C to be a native OSX application.
Net Monitor 4.5.2
Net Monitor graphs a histogram of network activity of local and remote computers in a floating window, the Dock, the Menu Bar or in a regular window. Net Monitor is highly customizable. Net Monitor includes special features for PPP connections, like connect/disconnect & auto reconnect (not available for remote computers).
The all new netOctopus Software Delivery System (SDS) automates the most time consuming and costly parts of deploying software across your network. With netOctopus, software updates, or new software roll-outs can be scheduled and run from a centralized location, using custom installer packages you create. But one of the most overlooked parts of software distribution comes long before the applications are installed. Use netOctopus to determine whether your company is in compliance with software licensing agreements; to determine which systems need upgrades; to find out what machines may need OS or hardware upgrades before you can even install the new software. netOctopus can dramatically reduce your preparation and planning time for every software roll-out.
Network Clipboard 2.1.2
Sure, you can use similar utilities to quickly send clipboard data from computer A to computer B, but only Network Clipboard encrypts it's data, making it the most secure clipboard transfer utility ever.
That's not to say we ignored the other features in favor of security. Network Clipboard is well rounded, supporting any kind of clipboard data and clipboard synchronization. Clipboard Synchronization is not unique to Network Clipboard, but it's sure easier to setup.
Setup locations to represent the different environments in your life. Customize your Mac to suit each location, and let NetworkLocation do the rest.
Use actions to change system settings or set things in motion; launch applications or scripts, connect to servers, toggle Airport and Bluetooth power. See complete list of actions.
Step into a coffee shop and NetworkLocation goes to work. Using wifi, connected devices, ethernet and now the Wi-Fi Positioning System from Skyhook Wireless, it's a sure thing.
Nmap ("Network Mapper") is a free open source utility for network exploration or security auditing. It was designed to rapidly scan large networks, although it works fine against single hosts. Nmap uses raw IP packets in novel ways to determine what hosts are available on the network, what services (application name and version) those hosts are offering, what operating systems (and OS versions) they are running, what type of packet filters/firewalls are in use, and dozens of other characteristics. Nmap runs on most types of computers and both console and graphical versions are available. Nmap is free and open source.
NmapFE is a Cocoa frontend for the popular Nmap port-scanning software written in Objective-C.
It can also be useful as a "teaching tool" since it shows the user how to construct a complex Nmap command line based on their choices, and provides background information (via tooltips) on what the different choices mean.
ntop is a network traffic probe that shows the network usage, similar to what the popular top Unix command does. ntop is based on libpcap and it has been written in a portable way in order to virtually run on every Unix platform and on Win32 as well.
The Mac server account creation, permissions setting, and password generation tool.
1. Import Database Text
2. Name Concatenation
3. Generate Passwords
4. Duplicate Checking
5. Set Account Parameters
6. Export for Servers & Eudora Clients
Exports for Mac OS X Server, Macintosh Manager, Eudora client settings customization and distribution, WebSTAR FTP, WebSTAR Web, Master Spell, Master Key, and user-defined customized export
7. Create Folders
8. Migrate Account Folders
9. Set Permissions
PSU Blast Image Config 2.9.1rc2
PSU Blast Image Config (aka "BIC") is a complete software solution to quickly restore and configure a Macintosh back to a known state:
* Excellent alternative to NetRestore and other ASR tools
* One of the fastest ASR type restore tools available
* Ability to completely autorun with default setting preferences
* Configure and set the Open Firmware security, preventing unauthorized access via single (root) user mode or booting from external devices
* Set the date and time, international
* Restore a master disk image (local file, via http, or with Tiger's asr multicast) quickly to a Mac's internal hard disk
* Configure the network settings on the restored disk (via ncutil):
IP Address : DHCP or Manual (Static)
Subnet Mask & Router
*Network Names (Computer and Local)
*Change the startup disk to the restored disk
*Extensible through pre and post restore scripts
* Specify default and autorun settings via a preference file
* Used by many Universities and Enterprise Companies
Welcome to PTHPasteboard 4, the best and most mature multiple pasteboard program for OS X. How often have you copied something only to find that you need it a few minutes later but you've already copied another item? PTHPasteboard watches you while you work and keeps a copy of any items that you have copied to your pasteboard.
Try out PTHPasteboard and you'll wonder how you lived without. Its a great tool that stays out of your way until you need it.
PTHPasteboard PRO adds the ability to Sync Pasteboards across multiple machines and the ability to paste through Filters for easy and powerful text manipulations.
Meet QuickPopup, the easy way to communicate with everybody on your office, school and home network. It's cross-platform, ready to run on all flavors of Windows, Mac OS/Mac OS X and Linux. Quite simply, it's the complete solution for all your messaging needs.
A suite of Unix command-line tools and a server designed to remotely administer the file systems of multiple Unix machines. For Mac OS X, there's also a graphical interface.
At its core, radmind operates as a tripwire. It is able to detect changes to any managed filesystem object, e.g. files, directories, links, etc. However, radmind goes further than just integrity checking: once a change is detected, radmind can optionally reverse the change.
Samba is an Open Source/Free Software suite that provides seamless file and print services to SMB/CIFS clients. Samba is freely available, unlike other SMB/CIFS implementations, and allows for interoperability between Linux/Unix servers and Windows-based clients.
I wanted a simple and fast way to exchange small files, like Word-Documents, Pictures, URLs, etc. iChat and similar tools need much configuration and registering - I wanted a technique that would "just work". I used to use Mac OS X' FileSharing and the DropBox, but I don't get notified, and I have to mount the other user's Home DropBox by hand. Additionally the number of logged in users on Mac OS X Client is limited. Since no tool existed for this purpose, I made my own (as usual) :-)).
Server Admin Tools 10.5.6
This installer contains remote administration tools, documentation, and utilities that you can install on a computer other than your server.
- Server Assistant
- Server Preferences and Server Status widget
- Server Admin
- Server Admin
- Workgroup Manager
- Xgrid Admin
- System Image Utility
- QuickTime Broadcaster
Share Clip 1.2
Share Clip is a small utility program to share the text portion of the clipboard between PC, Mac and Linux computers. This allows you to copy and paste between two computers the same as you would on one computer.
Share Clip is distributed as freeware. Source is RealBasic 5.5, which cross compiles to Windows, Mac and Linux. If you have RB and want the source, send me an email.
SharePoints is an application or a preference pane that makes it easy to add and delete share points like in the old Finder. In Mac OS X, by default, you are limited to sharing only what is in your public folder in your home directory. This program makes it easy to share any folder. In addition SharePoints also brings back users and groups management to Mac OS X as well as easy configuration of AppleFileServer (AFS) and Samba (SMB) Server properties.
Sharity is a client for the SMB protocol (Server Message Block), also known as CIFS protocol (Common Internet File System). This is the file-sharing protocol used by Windows, OS/2, Samba and many others. Sharity mounts these servers in your file system. Mounting means that you can open files directly from the server with any application you like, as if they were on a local disk. Other clients (such as smbclient from the Samba suite) provide only an ftp-like interface where you can copy files to and from the share but cannot open them directly.
Secure messaging, alerts, reminders and file transfers provide full-featured inter- and intra-office communication.
In 1998, Martin Roesch wrote an open source technology called Snort, which he termed a "lightweight" intrusion detection technology in comparison to commercially available systems. Today that moniker doesn't even begin to describe the capabilities that Snort brings to the table as the most widely deployed intrusion prevention technology worldwide. Over the years Snort has evolved into a mature, feature rich technology that has become the de facto standard in intrusion detection and prevention. Recent advances in both the rules language and detection capabilities offer the most flexible and accurate threat detection available, making Snort the "heavyweight" champion of intrusion prevention.
SOHO Organizer 8.31
SOHO Organizer is the official successor to Personal Organizer and Group Organizer and represents a 100% Cocoa rewrite of the former products. This means SOHO Organizer presents a first-class Mac OS X experience complete with all the features Mac OS X users expect: Aqua interface, Unicode compliance, built-in spell checking, Service support, etc. Finally, the true benefit of a complete Cocoa rewrite is that SOHO Organizer is built for the future and can easily accommodate future technologies (think Intel-based Macs).
SOHO Organizer makes managing customer relationships from phone calls and notes to appointments and to-dos easy. It embraces and leverages popular Mac OS X technologies and applications instead of trying to replace them. For example, it synchronizes seamlessly with the Address Book and iCal so that users can continue to use them and other applications that rely on their data. Users can thus use Apple's iSync to synchronize their contacts and calendars in SOHO Organizer to cell phones, iPods, Palm handhelds, and even .Mac.
SubEthaEdit is a powerful and lean text editor. And it's the only collaborative one you can actually use. By combining the ease of Bonjour with the world's best text collaboration engine, it makes working together not only possible but even fun.
tcpflow is a program that captures data transmitted as part of TCP connections (flows), and stores the data in a way that is convenient for protocol analysis or debugging. A program like 'tcpdump' shows a summary of packets seen on the wire, but usually doesn't store the data that's actually being transmitted. In contrast, tcpflow reconstructs the actual data streams and stores each flow in a separate file for later analysis.
Wireshark is the world's most popular network protocol analyzer. It is used for troubleshooting, analysis, development, and education.
A very long list of uses for XNmap could be compiled, but we'll just list off a few here:
- Network Audits
- Security Audits
- Rogue Machine Discovery
- Backdoor Discovery
- Operating System Patch-level Audits
Since XNmap provides a GUI for nmap, it can do everything that nmap can do. According to the nmap web site:
Nmap ("Network Mapper") is a free open source utility for network exploration or security auditing. It was designed to rapidly scan large networks, although it works fine against single hosts. Nmap uses raw IP packets in novel ways to determine what hosts are available on the network, what services (application name and version) those hosts are offering, what operating systems (and OS versions) they are running, what type of packet filters/firewalls are in use, and dozens of other characteristics.
Denotes Mac OS X Intel Native
Denotes Mac OS X Intel & PPC Native
Denotes Mac OS X PPC Native
Denotes Mac OS 8/9 PPC Native
Denotes Mac OS 680x0 Native
Denotes Non-OS Specific Code