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Paranoid


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Description

Paranoid is a suite of Perl modules (also available on CPAN) that are intended enforce safer programming by providing functions that perform more sanity checks as well as enforcing taint mode.

While not perfect in many respects, it is designed to be as safe as possible, while providing consistent diagnostics. It currently provides functions and objects to handle everything from data detainting, to BerkeleyDB acess. Unified logging frameworks (with internal distribution over syslog, SMTP, and files), forked program infrastructure, command-line argument processing, and more.


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Documentation


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Samples

The following is a sample list of applications which make use of Paranoid, along with a description of how it is being used in each case:

autofwd

autofwd is an automated firewalling daemon designed to defend against dictionary attacks. It uses the following modules:

fsperms

fsperms is a tool for applying security templates to filesystem and directory structures. It uses the following modules:


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Thanks to Slaven Rezic <srezic@cpan.org> for finding a bug in the plock implementation and offering great suggestions for resolution.


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