What is DaM?
DaM is a Linux kernel module (DaM means DaM is A Module) to stop any attack like DoS, any portscan type and strange packets traffic.
What are main features of DaM?
The main features of DaM are:
but this is just the beginning...
- it runs on 2.4.x and 2.6.x Linux kernel version;
- DaM is entirely written in C language;
- it blocks syn, null, xmas, fin and simple scan;
- it prevents syn DoS;
- if you want it drops icmp echo requests;
- DaM has a tool (called dam :-) ) in user level to change the behavior. This renders it flexible and powerful;
- it can render invisible the system under traceroute TCP, UDP and ICMP;
- DaM can deny promiscuous mode;
- it can logged bad packets.
Where can you download it?
latest stable: DaM 0.3.0
latest unstable: DaM 0.3.3
The DaM Guide (only in Italian language) is available here.
If you want you can download all releases here.
The manteiner is Lorenzo Bonacucina - Copyright 2004-2005