Datacenter centralized access control system|
The blackhole project is a solution to simplify routing
and firewalls. It simplifies yet increases security and flexibility.
It is meant for datacenters. It allows communication between independent
networks using a central configuration (who can talk to who).
It does so while making all routing and firewalling simple,
restrictive and uniform across all servers and firewalls.
Very high performance file transfer|
working on top of SSH (no daemon to run).
It uses an ssh connection as control and to
setup a data channel. Can saturate pretty much any link
Host based intrusion detection|
using enhanced BSD process accounting files.
It spots unusual process trees
(ex: httpd calling something it never called before).
It works in combination with the vserver project.
Hardware asset monitoring|
Scan Linux servers and log
Multi-user serial console access|
Alternative to KVMs.
Great for out of band access to routers, switch and Unix/Linux servers.
Program using software ICs|
Extension to the C++ language allowing reusable
software components. Implements the software IC
concept (Integrated Circuits).
All the projects above are implemented using TLMP.