Retired Software / Tools
Open Software by WYAE usually did not start as big project but clever
collections of tiny, sometimes even simple tools that measurably ease
the expert's work.
Please refer to a separate page for
support and licenses.
Software in this section no longer is actively developed by me.
Sometimes necessity is no longer given (e.g. ReadConfig), sometimes I
just moved on and have no more need to use the software myself. If
someone wants to take over and continue development, I'll be happy to
hand over maintainership.
These Programs are no longer actively maintained
- AOLexport (04/2003)
This script can kind of extract data from a (disrupted) AOL organizer.
- aslcheck V3.2.1 (2002)
This script monitors the health status of a remote Astaro firewall system
(Astaro Security Linux = ASL // for Versions 3.x) via SSH from the local
NetSaint server - as active check results.
- clamfilter 0.5
This is a small, efficient clamav content filter for Postfix. What is does
is just a content filtering of messages passing via Postfix MTA thru clamav.
- FormMail Counter (2002)
As I keep on getting requests for old/vulnerable
FormMail CGI scripts (see http://www.spin.it/spam/formmail.php3
for explanation) I built the listed counter.
- KlinZha Boards v.1.1.4 (2000-11-14)
KlinZha-Boards is a perl script that converts short-notations of
KlinZha game moves into a more readable (ASCII-) graphic notation and
calculates the (total) time the players needed for their moves (comes
in handy in remote KlinZha). The script takes input from STDIN and
pours the output to STDOUT, thus can be used as filter.
- LEXI v.1.2.2 (2004-02-23)
LEXI is a multiuser, auto-linking online lexicon - similar to WikiWiki's,
but without their need for special WikiWords or [[Word Markup]]. New words
or sentences are automatically linked everywhere they appear.
- List2Web v.0.1.2 (2003-04-14)
List2Web publishes mails archived by the MINIMALIST maillist manager
as webpages. Not as featureful as e.g. MHonarch or Hypermail it is
much faster and prove to be more reliable while featuring
- PAWS - Wardialing System 2.0
PAWS is an ISDN/analog wardialing software in python. It is designed to scan
ISDN connections and for "modern" analog modems (running at 9.6kbit/s or
- Reportel v11.07.30
ReporTel - create podcasts by simply calling your AVM Fritz!Box from
- Router-Finder (2008-05-25)
The RouterFinder script scans a network for hosts and checks, whether
they act as routers. It can be used to identify rogue access points
and DSL routers in your company's LAN.
- sunbackup (2000)
This backup and restore suite was designed for small Sun servers (running
Solaris 2.6 - 8.x) with only low data change rate (e.g. firewalls) and is
including a fast "bare iron" recovery.
- TRAFAN - Traffic Analysis V 0.2 (2003-07-04)
TrafAn is designed to give a rough overview over network protocol usage -
which subnet is using which protocols.
- TTrax-Eval (2002)
Perl script to convert output from the Palm-Tool TiTrax into a more usable
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