SISI is a programmable intermediary infrastructure that enables universal access to the Web. It allows an efficient and scalable delivery of personalized services at intermediate edge server on the WWW. SISI is based on Apache and mod_perl.
The way to implementing platform independent email filtering services.
SWORD (Simple Web-service Offering Repository Deposit) is a protocol for interoperable deposit between repository platforms. It was developed by a JISC project during 2007, followed by the SWORD v2 project in 2011. See www.swordapp.org for further info.
The SWWE is a Static Web Widget Engine, with this library the developer can create a web application in few minutes. This library does not require the developer to know HTML. It's based on Ajax and Java Servlet. A porting for .NET and Perl is planned.
Security Assessment Data Management and Analysis Tool
Sagacity is a vulnerability assessment and STIG compliance data management tool designed to make security testing more efficient, effective and complete. Security assessments, especially those done for DoD and Federal organizations, produce tremendous amounts of scan and compliance data that security engineers must sort through and deconflict, identify untested requirements, and somehow analyze to communicate risk to their employers. Sagacity, originally written to support a government customer, was designed to fill that need. What if an organization could turn massive amounts of irreconcilable vulnerability scan data into true knowledge and insight about their networks? They would be able to make wise decisions resulting in cost-effective actions to improve their security with the best return on investment. Keen insight. Sound judgment. Wise decisions. Sagacity.
Tool to automatically fire regular security scans with Nessus. Compare results of the current scan with the previous scan and report on the delta in a web interface. Main objective of the tool is to make repeated scans more efficient. Not affiliated
Perl modules for UNIX shell interface development
Colibra is an open source multi language initiative, focused primarily at developers, designers and students, who gives them a set of free use libraries for development and implementation of Web applications. Shell.Colibra is a compilation of Perl modules for developing Shell line command interfaces on operating systems UNIX based. This compilation could also be itegrada with Perl.Colibra, however, can operate independently. All these modules are separated into classes which in turn are separated into a core class (Colibra::Shell) and complementary classes. These classes were built under the Development Standard of the Colibra Project, forming an integral part of this.
A lot of fish in a shoal, in a gigantic scientific ocean.
Ours organization website GCModeller.org is coming online soon! Shoal Shell is the sub project for the "genome-in-code"(http://code.google.com/p/genome-in-code/) virtual cell modelling project of the bacteria Xcc 8004. Shoal Shell aim at provide the modelling tool and the debugging tool for the GCModeller virtual cell modelling, And from the extendible library package, shoal shell can manage to accomplish the entire modelling job for any other bacteria species. Shoal Shell Project needs grownup I'm just a student in the university, and the shoal shell just in its begining, if you have any idea about shoal, please contact me from firstname.lastname@example.org. The Shoal shell needs your professional advice. Try get some help (if you want build the shoal library by yourself): https://sourceforge.net/p/shoal/wiki/Shoal%20Developer%20Guide/
Datacenter management projects for tracking assets, network info, and job processing.
SimpyTools is a collection of various software for using, enhancing the http://simpy.com/ social bookmarking service. The software includes libraries in various programming languages, for using the REST API of simpy.com, but also a FF extension and more.
A single-button RSS subscription system. IMPORTANT NOTE: THIS PROJECT IS NO LONGER ACTIVE. This project has moved to GitHub: https://github.com/shaftekbiz/singlesub
Open Source Perl based Content Managment System
SpamAssassin is now a part of the Apache Software Foundation. Our code, web site, and mailing lists (in other words, everything) are now part of the Apache SpamAssassin project. All code that remains here is old unsupported and not Apache.
SpamAssassin for Win32 is a free and powerful anti-spam filter for Windows. Includes a resident daemon for mail servers and a user-friendly personal spam filter that works with any POP3 account and any email client.
SpamIntelligence brings SpamAssassin 3 and Clam AntiVirus to Outlook
Static ROM for Android devices
Get more information and find support on our forums at http://forum.static-rom.org
Struxure defines a simple XML format useful for defining constants, fields, structures, and other data declarations. It also provides an extensible mechanism for generating the appropriate 'include' files for various languages from the XML definition.
The Subversion Hook Framework provides XML-configurable hook event handlers for Subversion repositories.
This is an NIDS/HIDS, Network plus Host based Intrusion Detection System. Este é um NIDS / HIDS, Sistema de Detecção de Invasões Baseado em Redes e em Máquinas.
TROPICAL CYCLONE ENSEMBLE FORECAST PROJECT
using the Apache-Test framework to test PHP web applications
Password Management safely updates UNIX user database files across environments for many users in multi-OS installations. It excels at the following: production user mgmt, inventory mgmt (including hard, soft and OS audits), configuration mgmt, and more.
A unified communications system base on asterisk PBX, web manage, It have PBX module, Call center module, CRM module and Web meeting module.
The idea is to create an automated translator for web or desktop based applications
A generic geospatial analysis and viewing capability using Perl scripts that provides the foundation and structure for readily creating KML data files from disparate data sources. KML files can be read and viewed by Google Earth and other tools.