[nycbug-talk] interesting thing found in ports, wonder what else is there?
mspitzer at gmail.com
Thu Sep 1 20:30:11 EDT 2011
On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 5:29 PM, George Rosamond
<george at ceetonetechnology.com> wrote:
> On 09/01/11 17:15, Marc Spitzer wrote:
>> Port description for www/ach
>> A software companion to a 30+ year-old CIA research methodology,
>> Open Source Analysis of Competing Hypotheses (ACH) will help you
>> think objectively and logically about overwhelming amounts of data
>> and hypotheses. It can also guide research teams toward more
>> productive discussions by identifying the exact points of contention.
>> WWW: http://www.competinghypotheses.org/
>> So what other gems are there in ports, whats your favorite odd tool?
> Cool. Very cool. Have you done anything with it?
> I try to watch csup on FreeBSD regularly to try to catch interesting ports.
> Haven't used it much in a long while, but net-mgmt/driftnet is a lot of fun.
> You basically sniff and view JPG files floating by on the wire.
> It's the type of app that makes me want to sit in a classroom.
Have not done anything with it, just came across it today and it
looked cool so I am trying to start an interesting thread
yea remember seeing driftnet at defcon
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