DDoSPedia is a glossary that focuses on network and
application security terms with many distributed
definitions. It provides a central place for hard to find web-scattered
definitions on DDoS attacks.
Topera is a new security tool for IPv6, built with
the intention to bypass Snort signature checks.
Snort is the most known
IDS/IPS and is widely used in many different critical environments and some
commercial tools (Juniper or Checkpoint) use it as detection engine as well.
Topera is the first known tool out there to challenge IDS/IPS security with
slow HTTP header attacks with IPv6.
It is written with Python and
supports 3rd party plugins. It's primary intention is to promote awareness of
the security implications of IPv6.
Topera version 0.0.2 is currently
supporting TCP scan and SlowLoris attacks over IPv6.