OpenBSD 3.1 ISO (i386) (120MB)
This may be the last OpenBSD ISO that I make. Lately I’ve been migrating my stuff to the Linux Netfilter (iptables).
The libcss library is necessary for playing encrypted DVD’s on Linux systems.
The avifile project made it possible to view asf and many other m$ video formats on Linux. If you want to play any kind of avi you need this library.
Possibly the best movie player ever created, mplayer will play just about every video codec you can throw at it; dvd, avi, mpeg1/2/4, divx, asf/wmv, and more. It’s installation process is not for the timid.
divx4linux (DivX4 codec) (168k)
This is the DivX4 codec for Linux. You need this to watch pirated movies, music videos, etc.
OpenBSD 3.0 ISO (i386) (120MB) OFFLINE
Another fine OpenBSD ISO made by yours truly. It includes only the i386 install files and some bootdisk tools. Simply download and burn using Easy CD Creator or cdrecord. (NOTE: Darren Reed’s IP Filter has been removed and replaced with the OpenBSD team’s PF)
Win98 Startup Disk Creator v1.0 (720k)
Have you ever needed a Windows 98 Startup floppy, but didn’t want to use winblows and wait 15 minutes for it to make the disk? This is a self-extracting script that I made with “makeself” that will copy a binary Win98 Startup image to a floppy disk. It takes 40 seconds to make a disk, compared to Windows 98’s 5+ minutes. (I’ve been checking my log files and I’ve noticed that most downloads of this file are from Windows clients. PEOPLE THIS FILE WILL NOT WORK ON WINDOWS.)
Makeself 1.55 (20k)
Makeself in a small script that will embed a gzip or bzip2 file into a shell script producing a self-extracting achive like the one used to install Q3 or Wolfenstein.
OpenBSD 2.9 ISO (i386) (99MB) OFFLINE
Another unofficial, barebones OpenBSD ISO that I made. It includes only the i386 install files and some bootdisk tools. Simply download and burn using Easy CD Creator or cdrecord.
OpenBSD 2.8 ISO (i386) (88MB) OFFLINE
This is an unofficial, barebones OpenBSD ISO that I made. It includes only the i386 install files and some bootdisk tools. Simply download and burn using Easy CD Creator or cdrecord. (NOTE: This is the last version of OpenBSD to include Darren Reed’s IP Filter)
Lightweight network intrusion detection system. Snort is a small, easy-to-use IDS that detects port scans, ping scans, cgi scans, smb scans, IIS crack attempts, etc. Intrusion signatures are updated monthly.
Probably the best sniffer package available. Sniffs clear-text passwords, emails, instant messages, url’s, ssh1, etc, and outputs them to easy-to-read log files. (tarball includes libnids and libnet which are needed to compile)
The most advanced port scanner available. Nmap scans TCP, UDP, and ICMP ports. It also does stealth scanning, remote OS detection, and IP decoy.
Portsentry 1.0 (source 43k)
Detects and responds to port scans in real-time. Advanced mode detects stealth scans (advanced mode available on Linux only).
Netcat 1.10 (source 75k)
Very popular utility that reads and writes data across network connections using TCP or UDP.
VNC 3.3.3r2 (linux binary 648k)
Virtual Network Computing is a remote display system similar to PC Anywhere and RP32. It’s better and it’s GPL. File contains Linux VNC server and Linux client for Linux/Windows VNC servers.
VNC 3.3.3r7 (988k)
Virtual Network Computing is a remote display system similar to PC Anywhere and RP32. It’s better and it’s GPL. File contains Windows VNC server and Windows client for Linux/Windows VNC servers.
Altivore (source 56k)
Opensource alternative to FBI’s Carnivore. Designed to capture email headers and content to and from an email account.
NT password cracker of choice. Capable of dumping NT accounts from a domain controller and cracking most passwords within seconds (if you have a Dual PIII with 2GB of RAM).
Mounts an NTFS partition with read permission in DOS completely bypassing the authentication logon.
Very kewl. Changes the volume ID on FAT and NTFS partions. Win9x/WinNT
Copies SAM file from NT box to floppy during boot up.
Shit-talker is a program that lets you hold a conversation over the phone with someone by making your computer talk for you.