A powerful network security tool, easy, safe and totally free.
BrazilFW is a mini Linux distribution designed to be used as a Firewall and Router that runs easily on older computers. An old PC running BrazilFW is much more powerful and efficient than commercial software for routing in offices and residences running on a "powerful" computer. BrazilFW is based on Coyote Linux, which was designed by Joshua Jackson who discontinued Coyote Linux in version 2.24 in August 2005. In that same month comes on the scene BrazilFW Firewall and Router (BFW) with version 2.24, which is led by "Claudio" and "Marcelo - Brazil", running only on floppy disks, and being 2.30.1 the last version with this support . The following versions, as well having automatic detection of network cards, only run on large capacity media, such as hard disk (HD). Versions in Development: * 2.33.x: Uses kernel 2.4.x and is developed by Marcinho Samurai. * 3.x: Uses kernel 4.x and is developed by WoshMan
A techonogically advanced engine using C++ and ASM as languages.
A techonogically advanced engine using C++ and ASM as languages, with improved performance and a almost virtually infinite triangle count support, even on slower and older machines. It haves a full shader system, physics system (DOE Based), 100% physically correct lightning and colour grading, and supports various popular formats in 3D modelling and gaming scene. It was previously under a heavy eula policy, but now is under GPL because of internal problems.
SuperWikia-Navigator: The SuperWikia End User Interface
SuperWikia-Navigator is the main U/I for SuperWikia Alpha, a space building environment IDE and 3D interactive wiki. Built using PSD files, it is currently being retrofitted for QT and rebuilt in C++. The wiki is a general PHP/MySQL application migrated from MediaWiki and is boosting its browser plugin campaign for Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome.