BlueGate HotSpot is a hotspot software
BlueGate HotSpot Lite 2.0 New Features in 2.0: +Support windows 7/8/8.1 and 10 !!! +ICS Sharing Bug Fixed +Network Statistics +Improved UI +Detect New Devices Automatically +New Settings Available With BlueGate HotSpot, you can transform your PC into a real WiFi hotspot, and share your computer’s Internet connection as Wi-Fi with any other PC or mobile device. BlueGate is a very simple and user friendly software that turns your Windows 7/8/8.1 PC into a Wi-Fi Hotspot easily and quickly. Main Features: +Share any type of Internet Connection (LAN,Ethernet,3G/4G,Wifi,etc) +WPA2 AES Encryption +Extends your Router's range & Acts as a repeater +View clients connected (Device name, Ip Address, Mac Address) +Avoid Overcharges for Costly Connections +Support Windows 7/8/8.1 (Support for Windows 10 soon) +User Friendly & Light Weight +Leaves nothing behind (Virtual adapter is cleared when hotspot is stopped) +Written in Python :))
A program for approximate simulation of planetary systems
With Planets you can create and simulate planetary systems on your computer using Newton's law of universal gravitation. This program can be used in schools for illustration and students can experiment with it themselves. I created this project as part of the German Abitur exam, which is why the help documents are currently only available in German. Requirements: - Python 2.7 - Windows 7, Windows XP, Ubuntu Other operating systems may work but were not tested.
An encrypter/decrypter written on the weekends
A simple encrypter/decrypter written in C with a graphical user interface written in Python. This tool was written to help forums' users to have their credits for the files they uploaded by putting their usernames from each forum they are active. *This encypting software generates a symetric key based in the password. The lenght of the key is variable. The rule for the length is: (Num_Of_Chars_In_Passwrd)^2 bytes .
Calculate some BASIC mathematical function
Calculate some BASIC mathematical function You can browse the source at: https://github.com/TheNiceGuy/FunctionCalculator