Auxio Finger is a simple configurable finger client, written in Perl. It can be used both together with a finger daemon and from the command line.
Cfingerd is a free and secure finger daemon replacement for standard finger daemons such as GNU fingerd or MIT fingerd. It can enable/disable finger service to individual users, rather than to all users on a given host. Cfingerd is able to respond to a finger request to a specified user by running a shell script (e.g., finger firstname.lastname@example.org might cause a sound file to be sent) rather than just a plain text file.
efingerd is a replacement for standard linux finger daemon. It offers you the possibility to execute programs when somebody fingeres you, and choose the output depending on who is fingering you.
egrep-finger is an extended/enhanced finger client and daemon. It should be thought of as a 'directory service' merged into the finger protocol.
a simple finger daemon written with security in mind
a simple Finger daemon which displays formatted user information from an LDAP directory
a daemon for the standard finger protocol and consists of a server and client. The server can be seen as a secure and configurable finger daemon, while the client can be used to ease the management of your personal finger information
this secure finger daemon logs every connection request and replies bogus data. That means the fingerer can't gain useful information from the host. In addition it is multi-threaded to handle multiple client at the same time