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spectre-meltdown-checker - Spectre & Meltdown vulnerability/mitigation checker for Linux

  •    Shell

A shell script to tell if your system is vulnerable against the several "speculative execution" CVEs that were made public in 2018. For Linux systems, the script will detect mitigations, including backported non-vanilla patches, regardless of the advertised kernel version number and the distribution (such as Debian, Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, openSUSE, Arch, ...), it also works if you've compiled your own kernel.

daemonize - daemonize is a library for writing system daemons in Python.

  •    Python

daemonize is a library for writing system daemons in Python. It is distributed under MIT license. Latest version can be downloaded from PyPI. Full documentation can be found at ReadTheDocs.

ruby-vmstat - A focused and fast library to gather memory, cpu, network, load avg and disk information

  •    Ruby

Just require the library and make a snapshot or use the distinct methods to just capture parts of the statistics. For further information have a look at the rdoc.

packer-nbsd-boxes - Packer templates for Vagrant NetBSD boxes

  •    Shell

Packer-nbsd-boxes helps to build NetBSD Vagrant boxes with the help of templates for Packer. It is inspired by Opscode's Bento.

cxx - Utility for building, testing and packaging executables written in C++17 or C++20

  •    Python

Make modern C++ easier to deal with. No configuration files are needed, but the projects needs to either be very simple (a single main.cpp) or have a CXX-friendly directory structure.

ObjFW - [Official Mirror] A portable framework for the Objective-C language.

  •    Objective-C

ObjFW is a portable, lightweight framework for the Objective C language. It enables you to write an application in Objective C that will run on any platform supported by ObjFW without having to worry about differences between operating systems or various frameworks that you would otherwise need if you want to be portable. See https://heap.zone/objfw for more information.

gsmartcontrol - GSmartControl - Hard disk drive and SSD health inspection tool

  •    C++

GSmartControl is a graphical user interface for smartctl (from smartmontools package), which is a tool for querying and controlling SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis, and Reporting Technology) data on modern hard disk and solid-state drives. It allows you to inspect the drive's SMART data to determine its health, as well as run various tests on it. Note: Smartmontools supports even more RAID Controllers. The drives behind such controllers can be manually added to GSmartControl using "Add Device..." functionality or --add-device command-line option. See Supported RAID Controllers.

pkg_comp - Automates the build of pkgsrc binary packages in a sandbox

  •    Shell

pkgsrc is a framework for building third-party software on a multitude of platforms, including (but not limited to): FreeBSD, Linux, macOS, and NetBSD. pkg_comp is a tool for building and maintaining a repository of binary pkgsrc packages. pkg_comp does this by building the packages in a clean and self-contained environment, hiding all complexity behind a simple command and configuration file. pkg_comp makes it even possible to automate the builds of packages from cron so that you always have an up-to-date local repository.

uac - UAC (Unix-like Artifacts Collector) is a Live Response collection tool for Incident Reponse that makes use of built-in tools to automate the collection of Unix-like systems artifacts

  •    Shell

UAC is a Live Response collection tool for Incident Response that makes use of built-in tools to automate the collection of Unix-like systems artifacts. It respects the order of volatility and artifacts that are changed during the execution. It was created to facilitate and speed up data collection, and depend less on remote support during incident response engagements. UAC can also be run against mounted forensic images. Please take a look at the conf/uac.conf file for more details.

iwatch - Watch command outputs with interval timer

  •    Shell

iwatch is a program to watch the given command's output periodically and watch the output change. Please remark to use "gmake" to use GNUmakefile. Makefile is for OpenBSD.

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