Microcontroller based PC Oscilloscope
PPMScope is a do-it-yourself oscilloscope with an open source design. The intent is that the project can be constructed by an electronics hobbiest using the instructions included. The design is a compromise between features and cost. The bandwidth is lower than a commercial scope, so it's use is limited to signals of 500 kHz and below. It's sample buffer is also smaller than a commercial scope, however sufficient for most oscilloscope functions. This is a version based on the PIC16F877A microcontroller running with a 20MHz clock. The maximum sampling rate is 1 MHz with a 5 Mhz equivalent sampling mode. Currently, the computer interface supports USB, serial, and parallel ports. Good luck on the construction and I hope you enjoy your oscilloscope. I am happy to answer any questions or provide technical support for this design.
Yoda's Protector is a free, open source, Windows 32-bit software protector.
RemCom is RAT [Remote Administration Tool] that lets you execute processes on remote windows systems, copy files, process there output and stream it back. It allows execution of remote shell commands directly with full interactive console.
This is a port of the ebe programming environment to QT.
The ebe programming environment is a nice IDE designed for developing Assembly programs. It also handles C and C++ programs as well since there was not much extra effort. It used to support Fortran and this could return if people want Fortran. This project is an effort to recode ebe using C++ and QT. Originally ebe was coded using Python, Tkinter and Pmw, which worked out pretty well. The QT environment offers substantially better GUI controls. The most obvious difference is that Python ebe has a lot of separate windows, while the QT ebe will use 1 main window and a collection of dockable subwindows. This will make it easier to use.
An ActiveX component (developed with Visual Basic 6.0) to use XP-style unicode controls for your VB applications : - 13 different graphical controls : ProgressBar, ListBox, TextBox... - 3 other usefull controls : SysTray, Timer, MouseKeyEvents.
Back Orifice XP is a network remote administration tool, gives control of the system, network, registry, passwords, file system, and processes. Based in BO2K 1.1 but with a new plugin architecture.
Glide is a library for using 3dfx hardware. This project will be the public repository for Glide.
The ultimate DOS XMS memory manager
This is HimemX - the open-source XMS memory manager of FreeDOS. Uses unreal mode when possible and has a very low conventional memory footprint. Got any patches? Noticed any bugs? Please report your findings on the FreeDOS mailing list: email@example.com
Game audio/data format extraction/conversion/injection tool/media player. Supports over 43 Xbox1/Xbox360/PC formats.
Z80 shared library including some nice test-projects
Another Zilog Z80 emulation. C++ class on a shared library. Simulates all pins of the Z80-Chip in a single function interface. Additionally are some Test-Projects added. 1. CP/M 2.2 emulator connectable by an telnet client. 2. An instruction set examiner. 3. An ZX-80 emulator. 4. An TK-80 emulator 5. An Z80 Dis-assembler driver for all supported instructions.
Pattern-based multi/many-core parallel programming framework
FastFlow is a C/C++ programming framework supporting the development of pattern-based parallel programs on multi/many-core and distributed platforms. FastFlow run-time is built upon non-blocking threads and lock-free queues. Thanks to its very efficient CAS-free communication/synchronization support (e.g. few clock cycles core-to-core latency), FastFlow effectively supports the exploitation of fine grain parallelism, e.g. parallel codes managing very high frequency streams on commodity multi-core. FastFlow works on x86, x86_64, PPC, ARM, and Linux, Mac and Win XP/7. Latest version can be downloaded from the SVN using the following command: svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/mc-fastflow/code/ fastflow
HX DOS extender
I'm preserving Japheth's MS-DOS extender. It features 16bit, and 32bit capabilities with the ability to run 16bit OS/2 program, and 32bit Win32 code on Vanilla MS-DOS.
Building and running ancient Linux on Windows
While I may have started with Linux 0.11, I've expanded this to include several older relases of the Linux kernel that you can cross compile from Windows, and run on Qemu. I've managed to get the older versions of the software tools running on Windows, so that there is no major invasive source changes, outside of either broken drivers, or massaging the makefiles to find things in the new paths, and calling the appropriate tools where needed. Linux 0.10 is the first oldest version of Linux that is somewhat usable. While it lacks things like TCP/IP, and robust filesystems, it does offer a small kernel size, perfect for playing around with. You can comfortably make changes on Windows, re-compile and test all from a 'normal' desktop.
A 448-bit Edwards curve
This is an implementation of elliptic curve cryptography using the Montgomery and Edwards curves Curve25519, Ed25519, Ed448-Goldilocks and Curve448, using the Decaf / Ristretto encoding.
Tool for creating portable self-containing Linux executable
Statifier is a tool for creating portable self-containing Linux executable. Statifier create from dynamically linked executable and all it's libraries (and all LD_PRELOAD libraries, if any) one file. This file can be copied and run on another machine without need to drag all libraries
Secure chat and conferencing protocol
See http://silcnet.org/ for detailed information. SILC provides common chat and conferencing services like private messages, instant messages, channels and groups, and video and audio conferencing. The main difference to other protocols is that SILC has been designed with security as its main feature. All packets and messages sent in SILC network are always encrypted. Private messages are encrypted end-to-end, channel message are encrypted with channel-wide secret key and secure file transfer is protected peer-to-peer.
Open Source HGWC's Encryption
This anti-cheating software is used by S4 League client to interface and check in real time XTRAP's features and to report the logs to their remote servers. Details: HGWC Version: 57 Protocol Version: 7
A real Win32 extensible passive debugger
This project born a few years ago when I encountered a fatal bug on a production environment, unfortunately not replicable on my development machine. I spent many time finding a solution, using also freeware and commercial third-party tools and libraries, but none helped me because the bug crashed the process, and no of the above tools could be able to catch the exception before the process dying. Also, it was not possible to install a development environment onto the production machines, so the only solution was to develop a debugger which didn't need any user/developer interaction. I used many open source resources, then I decided to make the Bug Finder an open source project. It is built over a pluggable architecture to support other languages different from Borland Delphi (the one I used to develop my faulting application and the Bug Finder too). Here is the article http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/602794/Bug-Finder-a-real-Win32-extensible-passive-debugge .
A free replacement firmware for the T/S 2000 derived from the T/S 1000 ROM.
SpanishDub, traducción al espańol de VirtualDubMod.
Extended Operating System Loader (XOSL) is a full-featured free boot manager with a real, easy-to-use and full-blown graphical user interface. XOSL-OW is an Open Watcom port of XOSL 1.1.5 (Dec 23, 2000) by Geurt Vos developed with Borland BC31.
Philips PRM 8060 and PRM 8070 firmware to transmit on ham radio frequencies
Unicornscan is an asynchronous TCP and UDP port scanner developed by the late Jack C. Louis.
Cobalt ROM source code - x86 BIOS replacement for Cobalt hardware
The netboot project allows booting a diskless PC over a TCP/IP based network using standard protocols like BOOTP, DHCP and TFTP. It is able to boot Linux, FreeBSD, multiple DOS variants (including MS-DOS, PC-DOS, PTS-DOS, OpenDOS, NovellDOS, FreeDOS)