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2010.06.23 18:53

Top 100 Network Security Tools

After the tremendously successful 2000 and 2003 security tools surveys, Insecure.Org is delighted to release this 2006 survey. I (Fyodor) asked users from the nmap-hackers mailing list to share their favorite tools, and 3,243 people responded. This allowed me to expand the list to 100 tools, and even subdivide them into categories. Anyone in the security field would be well advised to go over the list and investigate tools they are unfamiliar with. I discovered several powerful new tools this way. I also point newbies to this site whenever they write me saying “I don't know where to start”.

Respondents were allowed to list open source or commercial tools on any platform. Commercial tools are noted as such in the list below. No votes for the Nmap Security Scanner were counted because the survey was taken on a Nmap mailing list. This audience also biases the list slightly toward “attack” hacking tools rather than defensive ones.

Each tool is described by one ore more attributes:

new Did not appear on the 2003 list
/ Popularity ranking rose / fell the given number since the 2003 survey
  TITLE= Generally costs money. A free limited/demo/trial version may be available.
Linux Works natively on Linux
*BSD Works natively on OpenBSD, FreeBSD, Solaris, and/or other UNIX variants
OS X Works natively on Apple Mac OS X
Windows Works natively on Microsoft Windows
Command-line interface Features a command-line interface
GUI Interface Offers a GUI (point and click) interface
Source code Source code available for inspection.

Please send updates and suggestions (or better tool logos) to Fyodor. If your tool is featured or you think your site visitors might enjoy this list, you are welcome to use our link banners. Here is the list, starting with the most popular:

#1
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Windows
GUI Interface
Nessus : Premier UNIX vulnerability assessment tool
Nessus was a popular free and open source vulnerability scanner until they closed the source code in 2005 and removed the free "registered feed" version in 2008. A limited “Home Feed” is still available, though it is only licensed for home network use. Some people avoid paying by violating the “Home Feed” license, or by avoiding feeds entirely and using just the plugins included with each release. But for most users, the cost has increased from free to $1200/year. Despite this, Nessus is still the best UNIX vulnerability scanner available and among the best to run on Windows. Nessus is constantly updated, with more than 20,000 plugins. Key features include remote and local (authenticated) security checks, a client/server architecture with a GTK graphical interface, and an embedded scripting language for writing your own plugins or understanding the existing ones.

See all vulnerability scanners


#2
Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
GUI Interface
Source code
Wireshark : Sniffing the glue that holds the Internet together
Wireshark (known as Ethereal until a trademark dispute in Summer 2006) is a fantastic open source network protocol analyzer for Unix and Windows. It allows you to examine data from a live network or from a capture file on disk. You can interactively browse the capture data, delving down into just the level of packet detail you need. Wireshark has several powerful features, including a rich display filter language and the ability to view the reconstructed stream of a TCP session. It also supports hundreds of protocols and media types. A tcpdump-like console version named tethereal is included. One word of caution is that Ethereal has suffered from dozens of remotely exploitable security holes, so stay up-to-date and be wary of running it on untrusted or hostile networks (such as security conferences).

See all packet sniffers


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Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Snort : Everyone's favorite open source IDS
This lightweight network intrusion detection and prevention system excels at traffic analysis and packet logging on IP networks. Through protocol analysis, content searching, and various pre-processors, Snort detects thousands of worms, vulnerability exploit attempts, port scans, and other suspicious behavior. Snort uses a flexible rule-based language to describe traffic that it should collect or pass, and a modular detection engine. Also check out the free Basic Analysis and Security Engine (BASE), a web interface for analyzing Snort alerts.

Open source Snort works fine for many individuals, small businesses, and departments. Parent company SourceFire offers a complimentary product line with more enterprise-level features and real-time rule updates. They offer a free (with registration) 5-day-delayed rules feed, and you can also find many great free rules at Bleeding Edge Snort.

See all intrusion detection systems


#4
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*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Netcat : The network Swiss army knife
This simple utility reads and writes data across TCP or UDP network connections. It is designed to be a reliable back-end tool that can be used directly or easily driven by other programs and scripts. At the same time, it is a feature-rich network debugging and exploration tool, since it can create almost any kind of connection you would need, including port binding to accept incoming connections. The original Netcat was released by Hobbit in 1995, but it hasn't been maintained despite its immense popularity. It can sometimes even be hard to find nc110.tgz. The flexibility and usefulness of this tool have prompted people to write numerous other Netcat implementations - often with modern features not found in the original. One of the most interesting is Socat, which extends Netcat to support many other socket types, SSL encryption, SOCKS proxies, and more. It even made this list on its own merits. There is also Chris Gibson's Ncat, which offers even more features while remaining portable and compact. Other takes on Netcat include OpenBSD's nc, Cryptcat, Netcat6, PNetcat, SBD, and so-called GNU Netcat.

See all Netcats


#5
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Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Metasploit Framework : Hack the Planet
Metasploit took the security world by storm when it was released in 2004. No other new tool even broke into the top 15 of this list, yet Metasploit comes in at #5, ahead of many well-loved tools that have been developed for more than a decade. It is an advanced open-source platform for developing, testing, and using exploit code. The extensible model through which payloads, encoders, no-op generators, and exploits can be integrated has made it possible to use the Metasploit Framework as an outlet for cutting-edge exploitation research. It ships with hundreds of exploits, as you can see in their online exploit building demo. This makes writing your own exploits easier, and it certainly beats scouring the darkest corners of the Internet for illicit shellcode of dubious quality. Similar professional exploitation tools, such as Core Impact and Canvas already existed for wealthy users on all sides of the ethical spectrum. Metasploit simply brought this capability to the masses.

See all vulnerability exploitation tools


#6
Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Hping2 : A network probing utility like ping on steroids
This handy little utility assembles and sends custom ICMP, UDP, or TCP packets and then displays any replies. It was inspired by the ping command, but offers far more control over the probes sent. It also has a handy traceroute mode and supports IP fragmentation. This tool is particularly useful when trying to traceroute/ping/probe hosts behind a firewall that blocks attempts using the standard utilities. This often allows you to map out firewall rulesets. It is also great for learning more about TCP/IP and experimenting with IP protocols.

See all packet crafting tools


#7
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*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Kismet : A powerful wireless sniffer
Kismet is an console (ncurses) based 802.11 layer2 wireless network detector, sniffer, and intrusion detection system. It identifies networks by passively sniffing (as opposed to more active tools such as NetStumbler), and can even decloak hidden (non-beaconing) networks if they are in use. It can automatically detect network IP blocks by sniffing TCP, UDP, ARP, and DHCP packets, log traffic in Wireshark/TCPDump compatible format, and even plot detected networks and estimated ranges on downloaded maps. As you might expect, this tool is commonly used for wardriving. Oh, and also warwalking, warflying, and warskating, ...

See all wireless tools, and packet sniffers


#8
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Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Tcpdump : The classic sniffer for network monitoring and data acquisition
Tcpdump is the IP sniffer we all used before Ethereal (Wireshark) came on the scene, and many of us continue to use it frequently. It may not have the bells and whistles (such as a pretty GUI or parsing logic for hundreds of application protocols) that Wireshark has, but it does the job well and with fewer security holes. It also requires fewer system resources. While it doesn't receive new features often, it is actively maintained to fix bugs and portability problems. It is great for tracking down network problems or monitoring activity. There is a separate Windows port named WinDump. TCPDump is the source of the Libpcap/WinPcap packet capture library, which is used by Nmap among many other tools.

See all packet sniffers


#9
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Windows
GUI Interface
Cain and Abel : The top password recovery tool for Windows
UNIX users often smugly assert that the best free security tools support their platform first, and Windows ports are often an afterthought. They are usually right, but Cain & Abel is a glaring exception. This Windows-only password recovery tool handles an enormous variety of tasks. It can recover passwords by sniffing the network, cracking encrypted passwords using Dictionary, Brute-Force and Cryptanalysis attacks, recording VoIP conversations, decoding scrambled passwords, revealing password boxes, uncovering cached passwords and analyzing routing protocols. It is also well documented.

See all password crackers, and packet sniffers


#10
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Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
John the Ripper : A powerful, flexible, and fast multi-platform password hash cracker
John the Ripper is a fast password cracker, currently available for many flavors of Unix (11 are officially supported, not counting different architectures), DOS, Win32, BeOS, and OpenVMS. Its primary purpose is to detect weak Unix passwords. It supports several crypt(3) password hash types which are most commonly found on various Unix flavors, as well as Kerberos AFS and Windows NT/2000/XP LM hashes. Several other hash types are added with contributed patches. You will want to start with some wordlists, which you can find here, here, or here.

See all password crackers


#11
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Linux
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Windows
Command-line interface
GUI Interface
Source code
Ettercap : In case you still thought switched LANs provide much extra security
Ettercap is a terminal-based network sniffer/interceptor/logger for ethernet LANs. It supports active and passive dissection of many protocols (even ciphered ones, like ssh and https). Data injection in an established connection and filtering on the fly is also possible, keeping the connection synchronized. Many sniffing modes were implemented to give you a powerful and complete sniffing suite. Plugins are supported. It has the ability to check whether you are in a switched LAN or not, and to use OS fingerprints (active or passive) to let you know the geometry of the LAN.

See all packet sniffers


#12
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Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Nikto : A more comprehensive web scanner
Nikto is an open source (GPL) web server scanner which performs comprehensive tests against web servers for multiple items, including over 3200 potentially dangerous files/CGIs, versions on over 625 servers, and version specific problems on over 230 servers. Scan items and plugins are frequently updated and can be automatically updated (if desired). It uses Whisker/libwhisker for much of its underlying functionality. It is a great tool, but the value is limited by its infrequent updates. The newest and most critical vulnerabilities are often not detected.

See all web vulnerability scanners


#13
Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Ping/telnet/dig/traceroute/whois/netstat : The basics
While there are many whiz-bang high-tech tools out there to assist in security auditing, don't forget about the basics! Everyone should be very familiar with these tools as they come with most operating systems (except that Windows omits whois and uses the name tracert). They can be very handy in a pinch, although for more advanced usage you may be better off with Hping2 and Netcat.

#14
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Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
OpenSSH / PuTTY / SSH : A secure way to access remote computers
SSH (Secure Shell) is the now ubiquitous program for logging into or executing commands on a remote machine. It provides secure encrypted communications between two untrusted hosts over an insecure network, replacing the hideously insecure telnet/rlogin/rsh alternatives. Most UNIX users run the open source OpenSSH server and client. Windows users often prefer the free PuTTY client, which is also available for many mobile devices. Other Windows users prefer the nice terminal-based port of OpenSSH that comes with Cygwin. Dozens of other free and proprietary clients exist. You can explore them here or here.

#15
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Linux
*BSD
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Windows
Command-line interface
GUI Interface
Source code
THC Hydra : A Fast network authentication cracker which supports many different services
When you need to brute force crack a remote authentication service, Hydra is often the tool of choice. It can perform rapid dictionary attacks against more then 30 protocols, including telnet, ftp, http, https, smb, several databases, and much more. Like THC Amap this release is from the fine folks at THC.

See all password crackers


#16
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Windows
Command-line interface
GUI Interface
Source code
Paros proxy : A web application vulnerability assessment proxy
A Java based web proxy for assessing web application vulnerability. It supports editing/viewing HTTP/HTTPS messages on-the-fly to change items such as cookies and form fields. It includes a web traffic recorder, web spider, hash calculator, and a scanner for testing common web application attacks such as SQL injection and cross-site scripting.

See all web vulnerability scanners


#17
10
Linux
*BSD
OS X
Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
Dsniff : A suite of powerful network auditing and penetration-testing tools
This popular and well-engineered suite by Dug Song includes many tools. dsniff, filesnarf, mailsnarf, msgsnarf, urlsnarf, and webspy passively monitor a network for interesting data (passwords, e-mail, files, etc.). arpspoof, dnsspoof, and macof facilitate the interception of network traffic normally unavailable to an attacker (e.g, due to layer-2 switching). sshmitm and webmitm implement active monkey-in-the-middle attacks against redirected ssh and https sessions by exploiting weak bindings in ad-hoc PKI. A separately maintained partial Windows port is available here. Overall, this is a great toolset. It handles pretty much all of your password sniffing needs.

See all packet sniffers


#18
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Windows
GUI Interface
NetStumbler : Free Windows 802.11 Sniffer
Netstumbler is the best known Windows tool for finding open wireless access points ("wardriving"). They also distribute a WinCE version for PDAs and such named Ministumbler. The tool is currently free but Windows-only and no source code is provided. It uses a more active approach to finding WAPs than passive sniffers such as Kismet or KisMAC.

See all wireless tools, and packet sniffers


#19
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Windows
Command-line interface
Source code
THC Amap : An application fingerprinting scanner
Amap is a great tool for determining what application is listening on a given port. Their database isn't as large as what Nmap uses for its version detection feature, but it is definitely worth trying for a 2nd opinion or if Nmap fails to detect a service. Amap even knows how to parse Nmap output files. This is yet another valuable tool from the great guys at THC.

See all application-specific scanners


#20
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Windows
GUI Interface
GFI LANguard : A commercial network security scanner for Windows
GFI LANguard scans IP networks to detect what machines are running. Then it tries to discern the host OS and what applications are running. It also tries to collect Windows machine's service pack level, missing security patches, wireless access points, USB devices, open shares, open ports, services/applications active on the computer, key registry entries, weak passwords, users and groups, and more. Scan results are saved to an HTML report, which can be customized/queried. It also includes a patch manager which detects and installs missing patches. A free trial version is available, though it only works for up to 30 days.

See all vulnerability scanners


#21
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Command-line interface
Source code
Aircrack : The fastest available WEP/WPA cracking tool
Aircrack is a suite of tools for 802.11a/b/g WEP and WPA cracking. It can recover a 40 through 512-bit WEP key once enough encrypted packets have been gathered. It can also attack WPA 1 or 2 networks using advanced cryptographic methods or by brute force. The suite includes airodump (an 802.11 packet capture program), aireplay (an 802.11 packet injection program), aircrack (static WEP and WPA-PSK cracking), and airdecap (decrypts WEP/WPA capture files).

See all wireless tools, and password crackers


#22
4
Windows
GUI Interface
Superscan : A Windows-only port scanner, pinger, and resolver
SuperScan is a free Windows-only closed-source TCP/UDP port scanner by Foundstone. It includes a variety of additional networking tools such as ping, traceroute, http head, and whois.

See all port scanners


#23
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Linux
Command-line interface
Source code
Netfilter : The current Linux kernel packet filter/firewall
Netfilter is a powerful packet filter implemented in the standard Linux kernel. The userspace iptables tool is used for configuration. It now supports packet filtering (stateless or stateful), all kinds of network address and port translation (NAT/NAPT), and multiple API layers for 3rd party extensions. It includes many different modules for handling unruly protocols such as FTP. For other UNIX platforms, see Openbsd PF (OpenBSD specific), or IP Filter. Many personal firewalls are available for Windows (Tiny,Zone Alarm, Norton, Kerio, ...), though none made this list. Microsoft included a very basic firewall in Windows XP SP2, and will nag you incessantly until you install it.

See all firewalls


#24
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Windows
Command-line interface
GUI Interface
Sysinternals : An extensive collection of powerful windows utilities
Sysinternals provides many small windows utilities that are quite useful for low-level windows hacking. Some are free of cost and/or include source code, while others are proprietary. Survey respondents were most enamored with:
  • ProcessExplorer for keeping an eye on the files and directories open by any process (like LSoF on UNIX).
  • PsTools for managing (executing, suspending, killing, detailing) local and remote processes.
  • Autoruns for discovering what executables are set to run during system boot up or login.
  • RootkitRevealer for detecting registry and file system API discrepancies that may indicate the presence of a user-mode or kernel-mode rootkit.
  • TCPView, for viewing TCP and UDP traffic endpoints used by each process (like Netstat on UNIX).
Update: Microsoft acquired Sysinternals in July 2006, promising that “Customers will be able to continue building on Sysinternals' advanced utilities, technical information and source code”. Less than four months later, Microsoft removed most of that source code. Future product direction is uncertain.

See all rootkit detectors


#25
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GUI Interface
Retina : Commercial vulnerability assessment scanner by eEye
Like Nessus, Retina's function is to scan all the hosts on a network and report on any vulnerabilities found. It was written by eEye, who are well known for their security research.

See all vulnerability scanners



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2009.09.11 20:42

윈도우 해킹툴 10가지 제품

Top 10 Windows Hacking Tools
This is the Collection of Best Windows Hacking Tools:

1. Cain & Abel – Cain & Abel is a password recovery tool for the Microsoft Windows Operating System. It allows easy recovery of various kind of passwords by sniffing the network, cracking encrypted passwords using Dictionary, Brute-Force and Cryptanalysis attacks, recording VoIP conversations, decoding scrambled passwords, revealing password boxes, uncovering cached passwords and analyzing routing protocols.
http://www.oxid.it/cain.html

2. SuperScan – SuperScan is a powerful TCP port scanner, pinger, resolver. SuperScan 4 (Current Version) is a completely-rewritten update of the highly popular Windows port scanning tool, SuperScan.
http://www.foundstone.com/index.htm?sub ··· scan.htm

3. GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner – GFI LANguard N.S.S. is a network vulnerability management solution that scans your network and performs over 15,000 vulnerability assessments. It identifies all possible security threats and provides you with tools to patch and secure your network. GFI LANguard N.S.S. was voted Favorite Commercial Security Tool by NMAP users for 2 years running and has been sold over 200,000 times!
http://www.gfi.com/adentry.asp?adv=814&loc=3

4. Retina – Retina Network Security Scanner, recognised as the industry standard for vulnerability assessment, identifies known security vulnerabilities and assists in prioritising threats for remediation. Featuring fast, accurate, and non-intrusive scanning, users are able to secure their networks against even the most recent of discovered vulnerabilities.
http://www.eeye.com/html/Products/Retina/index.html

5. SamSpade – SamSpade provides a consistent GUI and implementation for many handy network query tasks. It was designed with tracking down spammers in mind, but can be useful for many other network exploration, administration, and security tasks. It includes tools such as ping, nslookup, whois, dig, traceroute, finger, raw HTTP web browser, DNS zone transfer, SMTP relay check, website search, and more.
http://www.samspade.org/ssw/

6. N-Stealth – N-Stealth is a commercial web server security scanner. It is generally updated more frequently than free web scanners such as whisker and nikto, but you have to pay for the privilege.
http://www.nstalker.com/nstealth/

7. Solarwinds – Solarwinds contains many network monitoring, discovery and attack tools. The advanced security tools not only test internet security with the SNMP Brute Force Attack and Dictionary Attack utilities but also validate the security on Cisco Routers with the Router Security Check. The Remote TCP Reset remotely display all active sessions on a device and the Password Decryption can decrypt Type 7 Cisco Passwords. The Port Scanner allows testing for open TCP ports across IP Address and port ranges or selection of specific machines and ports.
http://www.solarwinds.net/

8. Achilles – The first publicly released general-purpose web application security assessment tool. Achilles acts as a HTTP/HTTPS proxy that allows a user to intercept, log, and modify web traffic on the fly. Due to a cyber squatter, Achilles is no longer online at its original home of www.Digizen-Security.com…OOPS!
http://www.mavensecurity.com/achilles/

9. CookieDigger - CookieDigger helps identify weak cookie generation and insecure implementations of session management by web applications. The tool works by collecting and analyzing cookies issued by a web application for multiple users. The tool reports on the predictability and entropy of the cookie and whether critical information, such as user name and password, are included in the cookie values.
http://foundstone.com/resources/proddes ··· gger.htm

10. Netcat (The Network SwissArmy Knife) – Netcat was originally a Unix utility which reads and writes data across network connections, using TCP or UDP protocol. It is designed to be a reliable “back-end” tool that can be used directly or easily driven by other programs and scripts. At the same time, it is a feature-rich network debugging and exploration tool, since it can create almost any kind of connection you would need and has several interesting built-in capabilities.
http://www.atstake.com/research/tools/n ··· ities/

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2009.08.26 20:40

리눅스 보안 - 공격, 해킹 관련 보안 도구 및 유틸

서버취약점 점검 툴

         Cops (Computerizes Oracle and Password System) : 대표적인 보안점검 도구

스캐너관련 툴

         SAINT : 관리자용 네트워크 진단도구
         PortSentry : 대표적인 스캐닝방어도구이며 가장 많이사용하는 보안도구
         nmap : 서버의 취약점을 점검해주는 보안도구 (해킹시 상대 웹서버 포트 스캔용으로 사용됨)
         ISS (Internet Security Scanner) : 상업적인 스캐닝도구
         Nessus : 서버내의 취약점(헛점)들을 점검해주는 도구
         CGI scanner : 웹서버의 취약점을 스캐닝하는 도구 (cgi 스크립트 스캐닝)
         Courtney : per로 되어 있는 SATAN, SAINT 검색기
         IcmpInfo  : DOS공격등을 하는 ICMP 프로토콜의 감시도구
         scan-detector : UDP 스캔검색
         klaxon : 포트스캔검색도구
         SuperScan : 윈도용 포트스캔(Port Scan)의 대표도구
         Teleport Pro : 웹사이트(홈페이지) 스캔전용 툴(Download)

패스워드 훔쳐보는 크랙도구  

         Crack : 대표적인 패스워드 크랙도구
         WWWcrack : 패스워드크랙의 대표적인 툴        

침입발견도구들

         chkwtmp : wtmp파일에서 삭제된 부분을 검사하는 도구
         tcplogd : Stealth scan을 발경할 수 있는 침입발견도구
         Snort : 대표적인 침입발견도구
         HostSentry : 허용되지않은 로그인이나 침입발견 도구
         Shadow : Stealth Scan 발견툴
         MOM : 분산침입 발견도구
         AAFID : MOM과 같은 분산침입 발견도구

로그감시도구들

         SWATCH (Simple Watch) : 실시간 로그인감시 툴
         Watcher : 시스템로그와 데몬들의 실행상태를 감시하는 툴
         PingLogger : ping이 사용하는 프로토콜인 ICMP관련 로그를 감시하는 툴
         Analog : SWATCH와 함께 잘 알려진 로그감시 툴

방화벽 도구들

         Tcp Wrapper : 가장 대표적인 방화벽도구 tcpd
         ipfwadm : 방화벽 도구, 일명 패킷필터링 도구
         ipchains : 리눅스에 기본으로 설치되는 강력한 방화벽 도구

스니퍼관련 도구들

         linsniffer : 대표적인 스니핑도구
         linux_sniffer : 리눅스에서 사용가능한 스니핑도구
         hunt : 세션스누핑이 가능한 도구
         sniffit : 설정기능이 있는 스니핑도구
         ifconfig : NIC(랜카드)설정 및 네트워크상태 확인도구
         NEPED (Network Promiscuous Ethernet Detector) : 네트웍카드 스니핑도구

스푸핑 도구들

         mendax : IP Spoofing 도구
         seq_number.c
         ipspoof : 잘 알려진 스푸팅 도구
         snoof : DNS 스푸핑 도구
         ERECT : DNS 스푸핑 도구
         jizz : DNS 스푸팅 도구
         spoofscan : Rootshell이 만든 스푸팅 도구
         pmap_sett/unset : 패트릭 길버트가 만든 스푸핑 도구
         ICQ File transfer spoofer : ICQ 스푸핑 도구
         syslog-poison.c : 514번 포트를 사용하는 스푸핑 도구
         ICQ Hijaak : Wolveesbane이 만든 스푸핑 도구
         icqspoof.c : Seth McGann이 만든 스푸핑 도구
         RIP Spoofer : Kit Knox가 만든 스푸핑 도구
         syslog_deluxe : Yuri Volobuev가 만든 스푸핑 도구
         spoofkey : Greg Miller가 만든 스푸핑도구
         sirc4 : IRC와 Telnet 스푸핑 도구

파일무결성 검사툴

         Tripwire : 가장 대표적인 파일무결성 검사툴
         TAMU : The Texas AMU로서 파일무결성 검사툴
         trojan.pl : perl로 제작되어 이식성이 강한 파일무결성 검사툴

기타 크랙 툴

        서버크랙툴 : http://www.psygonx.de/Cracks/ServerCrack.zip
        FTP크랙툴 : http://www.psygonx.de/Cracks/FTPCrack.zip

참고도서 - 리눅스 서버 관리 실무바이블


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