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aliasme
*NEW*   SH script which lets users define their own e-mail aliases. Use with group perms and cron.
   Aliasme
   README
signal
KSH script used for sending signal vectors in creative ways.
   Signal
   README
mx
KSH script used to ferret out mailservers by name.
   mx
   conf file
nsscan
KSH script that will scan a B or C class IP space for names
   nsscan
sstat
SH/AWK ditty for enumerating who is running the dictionary at your mailserver
Still need to add iptables hooks and graphing to this one -- cg
   sstat
sec_hilites
SH script that polls system logs and error reports for security events.
   sec_hilites
Needs dependent modules:
   err_report.sh (AIX only)
   daemwarning.sh
   tcpdwarning.sh
   authwarning.sh
showblock
Sed/Awk script that displays block reports from the maillog in a less-cluttered, more-readable way. Will be adding a stats module in the future.
   showblock
access
SH script to do ORDB checking and spam manual access list maintenance foo
   access
tstamp
C program that reports ATIME, MTIME and CTIME of input file(s).
   tstamp
access
SH script to do ORDB checking and spam manual access list maintenance foo
   access
qnuke
SH script that strips unwelcome jobs from the queue.
warning: buggy and probably too "alpha" to use right now, sorry :/
   qnuke
tccreset
Expect script to reset downed ports on a 3com Total Control 1000
   tccreset.exp
tccauto
KSH script to report multiple status of a cluster of 3com Total Control 1000s    tcc.auto
Welcome to my code library! All code is shared by me for general consumption and modification under the LGPL I use ksh, bash, expect, perl, sed, awk, and/or php, at times in concert with one another, so check your machine for the right binaries if you find I've gone gonzo and combined expect and PHP or some such.

Now I wouldn't be so presumtuous as to put a value on my stuff, as I will leave that judgement up to you. I can tell you that I have been at this for a while and consider myself to be an intermediate, competant code jockey. I also have been known to lurk and/or occasionally post over on comp.unix.shell should there be a post that hasn't been touched by one of that NG's very competant regulars. Feel free to use my cont@ct link if you see problems or can offer constructive criticisms, as I believe that everything has room for improvement. [Heh, some of my crap has nothing *but* room for improvement LOL]
While browsing, you may notice a theme in my library, as I've concentrated a lot of my energy on security and spam tools. Every skipper has his white whale, and these seem to be mine. Drive on, Mister Starbuck! Drive on. Since I manage some ISP's and a larger university library's operation, you will probably also notice that these tend to be useful at a network level.

Obligatory warning: All code is considered beta at best, being that most hasn't been tested by a wide user base. So consider yourself warned and use it at your own peril. Hopefully, peril is not part of the equation here :)

Enjoy!
          --chux0r

"Follow! But follow only if ye be men of valor, for the entrance to this cave is guarded by a creature so foul, so cruel that no man yet has fought with it and lived! Bones of four fifty men lie strewn about its lair. So, brave knights, if you do doubt your courage or your strength, come no further, for death awaits you all with nasty big pointy teeth!"
-- Tim
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