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FreeOS/1 is a Free, Open Source, FreeDOS based Free and Open Source Alternative OS, with open source Microsoft Windows compatibility using HXDOSExtender KernelEx,and ReactOS source code. FreeOS/1 will include new technologies and will be easy to use5 weekly downloads
A Debug style tool for OS Free systems2 weekly downloads
This is a binary assembler written entirely in C#. It will support the full INTEL and AMD instruction sets as doucmented in their Architecture Software Developer Manuals.
Gain visibility into your network behavior through continuos monitoring of network and servers, real-time tracking of configuration changes, analysing bandwidth bottlenecks, inspecting firewall logs, and thereby avert network disasters.Advertisement
The idea of this project is to create an online assemblies's repository and a Visual Studio Addin to communicate with this repository. Those assemblies can be add by references on any .NET project easily with the addin.
Ember is an operating system based on the MIT Exokernel design. Currently, it only supports the IA-32 architecture.
‘intelliworm’ is a prototype simulation of a Intelligent Species of a common earth worm,which inherits human like decision making capabilities through Neural Network intelligence representation,all developed by integrating .NET with Lisp and Yacc.
A Sega Dreamcast/Naomi Emulator...built from the ground up.
Innovative prototype of network applications such as TCP fuzzers that can be used for many purposes such as network and application security assessments and more. Adapt it freely to fit your needs or to simply understand how TCP works in .NET.
The Netwrix Auditor Effective Permissions Reporting Tool enables you to quickly track down who has access to what across both AD and file servers, see how that access was gained, and get ready-to-use reports in a few clicks. It is free of charge and will never expire, so you can be sure it’ll be there for you when you need it most.Are you an IT pro at a company with 250+ employees?Advertisement