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Secure Distributed Objects provides a mechanism for using socket-based SSL communications in the MacOS X Distributed Objects system, by providing a NSPort subclass - SecureSocketPort - and other utilities.1 weekly downloads
The purpose of SNX is to have a modular series of components that report back to a central repository and 'AI' for pattern recognition and anomoly detection. This is to help with IDS systems, and to move to the next generation of security.1 weekly downloads
Strong text encryption app with web-based decryptor.1 weekly downloads
USRBAC is a kernel patch and userspace daemon that allows role based access control to be mitegated in userspace. The goal is to allow a secure way to impliment RBAC compliant security systems using a daemon in userspace1 weekly downloads
iVPN is an application that makes use of the standards based PPTP VPN server installed with all Mac OS X systems. iVPN is the GUI that Apple left out.1 weekly downloads
A Macintosh OS X anti-virus software that uses the ClamAV anti-virus library. The project's focus is on usability. Its purpose is to develop native GUI-based binary distributions of a ClamAV-based anti-virus software that behaves as OS X users expect.
KeePass Cocoa is an open source password manager for Mac OS X. It is essentially a port of KeePass project (http://keepass.info) to Mac OS X and Cocoa.
Recovers your password that has been MD5 Hashed on Mac OS X
Mailcash if a plugin for Apple's Mail program that provides hashcash support - that is, verification and generation of hashcash stamps. Refer to <http://www.hashcash.org/> for more information about Hashcash.
This project started because I wanted to learn how to use the libpcap library with Objective C. Would like to include something like this: http://drdobbs.com/showArticle.jhtml?articleID=199102239&queryText=networking+computers
TPN offers a webservice that client software can query, checking on their hardware\'s ownership status. A TPN member can report their computer stolen via a secure web form and the client software, may react according to the user\'s preferences.
This is a fantastic security app for Mac. If you will leave this application running on your mac when you are planning to take a break, it will take a snapshot of a person whoever will try to touch your computer.
This app is for secure data exchange between iphone / ipod touch (jailbroken) and personal computers. It has support for offline encryption (identity based cryptographie) and postboxes.
synadmin is a collection of scripts, modifications, tools, graphics, and more that the U. of Utah Student Computing Labs uses on their student, staff, faculty and special purpose Mac OS X computers to manage the user experience, security, and maintenance