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htracr - HTTP sniffing and low-level visualisation

  •    Javascript

htracr is a packet sniffer and visualisation tool for HTTP. It does not give you a score, grade, or hold your hand when you're crying because your site is so damn slow, but it will give you unparalleled insight into what's actually happening on the wire between your browser and the Web. First you'll need Node and its package manager, npm. You'll also need a modern Web browser (known to work: Safari 5, FireFox 4, and Chrome).

rocky - Full-featured, middleware-oriented, programmatic HTTP and WebSocket proxy for node.js

  •    Javascript

A multipurpose, full-featured, middleware-oriented and hackable HTTP/S and WebSocket proxy with powerful built-in features such as versatile routing layer, traffic interceptor and replay to multiple backends, built-in balancer, traffic retry/backoff logic, hierarchical configuration, among others. Built for node.js/io.js.rocky can be fluently used programmatically or via command-line interface. It's framework agnostic, but you can optionally plug in with connect/express apps.

stream-interceptor - Intercept, modify and/or ignore chunks data and events in any readable stream

  •    Javascript

Tiny node.js module to intercept, modify and/or ignore chunks of data and events in any readable compatible stream before it's processed by other stream consumers (e.g: via pipe()).It becomes particularly useful to deal with net/http/fs streams.

balboa - Simple HTTP forward proxy

  •    Javascript

Simple, programmatic and hackable node.js HTTP forward proxy built-on-top of rocky.Not designed for serious things, only for playground/development purposes.




node-license-sniffer - Detect the license of node.js projects and their dependencies

  •    Javascript

node-license-sniffer is a tool for detecting the license of node packages. It will attempt to read the license from package.json. If it cannot find the license in package.json, it will read LICENSE and similarly named files and attempt to guess the license in use.

gulp-license-finder - Gulp plugin to find licenses of node.js projects and their dependencies

  •    Javascript

This will attempt to identify licenses in your node project and its dependencies, and will provide a file stream that can be piped to an 'audit' destination folder. The file will have a default 'licenses.txt' filename. A boolean value. If true the output is in a comma-separated-variable format for import into a spreadsheet.

flower - TCP flow analyzer with sugar for A/D CTF

  •    Javascript

Once everything has been started, flower should be accessible at the address of the machine that started it on port 3000. If you are going to use flower in a CTF, remember to set up the firewall in the most appropriate way, as the current implementation does not use other security techniques.

pi-suite - Our full open source software suite tailored for the Raspberry Pi

  •    Javascript

You will require a Raspberry Pi with integrated Bluetooth Low Energy radio (Pi version 3 and greater). See our Make a Raspberry Pi Hub tutorial for detailed step-by-step instructions. Clone the repo.


gulp-buddy.js - Gulp plugin for running buddy.js

  •    Javascript

Detect object expressions and properties. Numbers that will be ignored in the processing.