Tools & Utils

Using printers to hold files

I've had this little proof of concept tool sitting around for a while: it essentially acts as an ftp-like front end for storing files on a network aware printer.

Most modern printers are not only network aware, but they generally have an embedded hard disk, used to store fonts, templates and even jobs. The de facto standard for communicating with printers is PCL - an ASCII with escape codes system that has existed since the 1980s.

New tool: mp3 duplicate finder

The find_mp3_duplicates PERL script is designed to do one thing: find duplicate audio files, based on the audio content, from two distinct directory trees. It was made to help merge two somewhat-overlapping music collections.

It uses the MP3::Info module to extract the audio portion of the file, and then generates an md5 hash of the audio portion

See full description for more info.

MP3 Duplicate Finder

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find_mp3_duplicates

Description
The find_mp3_duplicates PERL script is designed to do one thing: find duplicate audio files, based on the audio content, from two distinct directory trees. It was made to help merge two somewhat-overlapping music collections, but may be adapted for other useful purposes.

Related Projects

Projects
These projects are related to Nikto, or incorporate/use the Nikto databases in some fashion.

  • Nikto::Parser - A perl module for reading and parsing Nikto's XML output.
  • SCRT Webshag - Webshag is a multi-threaded, multi-platform web server audit tool written in Python. Webshag incorporates the Nikto scan database.
Nikto: 

Nessus Plugins

The Nessus scanner supports a plugin architecture that allows anyone to develop security checks in the NASL (Nessus Attack Scripting Language) language. We have contributed the plugins below to the Nessus effort.

If you have not yet used Nessus, it is worth the time to check it out, as it beats the commercial scanners hands-down.



Netscape /.perf Accessible

SETI-Web

Please Note
SETI-Web is no longer being actively maintained. I will try to answer questions or offer assistance if I can, but my time and interest in the project are limited and I will not be making any further enhancements (though I may fix a bug here & there). If someone is interested in taking over the project, please contact me.

What is SETI-Web?
The SETI-Web package is a set of command-line and CGI scripts which grab, store, analyze and present data for a group running machines in the SETI@home effort.

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