plugdaemon 2.5.5

Plugdaemon is a tool that is inspired by, but not based on, the plug-gw from Trusted Information Systems.

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What's new in plugdaemon 2.5.5:

  • This version adds cleanup for warnings in more recent versions of gcc.
  • This includes a possible format injection in syslog detected by -Wformat-security.
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LICENSE TYPE:
BSD License 
USER RATING:
3.5/5 17
DEVELOPED BY:
Peter da Silva
HOMEPAGE:
www.taronga.com
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ System \ Networking
Plugdaemon is a tool that is inspired by, but not based on, the plug-gw from Trusted Information Systems. It was originally a simpler wannabe, but the connection balancing code and other features makes it a lot more useful (as of 2.3.1 it's also a feature-complete replacement for plug-gw).

Plugdaemon acts as a "dumb proxy", forwarding a TCP/IP stream from a port on one host to a possibly different port on a separate host. It runs as a daemon to reduce latency in setting up a connection, and optionally logs every connection via syslog. Eventually plugdaemon will be a complete load balancing and monitoring package for servers.

Not all the planned features are implemented in 2.x.

Last updated on December 12th, 2007

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