- Saving polarbears when banner grabbing: simple scanner based on the uinet userland TCP/IP stack with some nifty features.
- Generalized proof of concept tool which can be used for drop-in bruteforce protection when needed.
- Code written for the Google Maps traffic analysis demo. More info can be found in this blogpost or in the accompanying whitepaper. Talks about this were given at 44Con and Ruxcon.
- A UNIX socket scanner which might come in handy when checking local UNIX socket access permissions to search for local privilege escalation vulnerabilities. Linux only for now.
- Quick patch to compile Python 3.3 with dietlibc-0.33. The patch fixes missing wcstrtok and two defines needed for modern Linux systems.
- HTTP referrer hack which is a stripped down version of referrer-killer.
- Quick sslsniff patch which logs in hex format and doesn't assume that it's HTTP+SSL that runs over port 443.
- Poor man's asynchronous DNS resolver.