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Top Twenty INFOSEC Open Sources


               Our Editor Picks His Favorite Open Sources You Can Put to Work Today

               There are so many projects at sourceforge it’s hard to keep up with them.  However, that’s not
               where we are going to find our growing list of the top twenty infosec open sources.  Some of
               them have been around for a long time and continue to evolve, others are fairly new.  These are
               the  Editor  favorites  that  you  can  use  at  work  and  some  at  home  to  increase  your  security
               posture, reduce your risk and harden your systems. While there are many great free tools out
               there, these are open sources which means they comply with a GPL license of some sort that
               you  should  read  and  feel  comfortable  with  before  deploying.    For  example,  typically,  if  you
               improve the code in any of these open sources, you are required to share your tweaks with the
               entire community – nothing proprietary here.

               Here they are:


                   1.  TrueCrypt.org – The Best Open Encryption Suite Available (Version 6 & earlier)
                   2.  OpenSSL.org – The Industry Standard for Web Encryption
                   3.  OpenVAS.org – The Most Advance Open Source Vulnerability Scanner
                   4.  NMAP.org – The World’s Most Powerful Network Fingerprint Engine
                   5.  WireShark.org – The World’s Foremost Network Protocol Analyser
                   6.  Metasploit.org – The Best Suite for Penetration Testing and Exploitation
                   7.  OpenCA.org – The Leading Open Source Certificate and PKI Management -
                   8.  Stunnel.org – The First Open Source SSL VPN Tunneling Project
                   9.  NetFilter.org – The First Open Source Firewall Based Upon IPTables
                   10. ClamAV – The Industry Standard Open Source Antivirus Scanner
                   11. PFSense.org – The Very Powerful Open Source Firewall and Router
                   12. OSSIM – Open Source Security Information Event Management (SIEM)
                   13. OpenSwan.org – The Open Source IPSEC VPN for Linux
                   14. DansGuardian.org – The Award Winning Open Source Content Filter
                   15. OSSTMM.org – Open Source Security Test Methodology
                   16. CVE.MITRE.org – The World’s Most Open Vulnerability Definitions
                   17. OVAL.MITRE.org – The World’s Standard for Host-based Vulnerabilities
                   18. WiKiD Community Edition – The Best Open Two Factor Authentication
                   19. Suricata – Next Generation Open Source IDS/IPS Technology
                   20. CryptoCat – The Open Source Encrypted Instant Messaging Platform

               Please do enjoy and share your comments with us  – if you know of others you think should
               make  our  list  of  the  Top  Twenty  Open  Sources  for  Information  Security,  do  let  us  know  at
               [email protected]


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