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  • lockrf

    lockrf is a program which uses the so-called Wireless PC Lock devices sold by various vendors to lock your computer if you move more than 2-3 meters away from it.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Varnish Cache patch for Cygwin/Windows environment. Includes: - Patch to trunk source code - Minimal cygwin.dll+gcc distribution to avoid install a complete cygwin environment

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  • PeerGuardian and MoBlock Debian packages

    Debian packages for PeerGuardian Linux (including the GUI) and its precessor moblock/blockcontrol/mobloquer. PeerGuardian is a privacy oriented firewall application. It blocks connections to and from hosts specified in huge blocklists (thousands or millions of IP ranges). Its origins lie in targeting aggressive IPs while you use P2P. See http://sourceforge.net/projects/peerguardian/

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    Game framework on top of Python, Panda3D and Twisted

    Bamboo intends to be a complete end-to-end game framework for client/server applications using Twisted for data exchange, Panda3D for rendering and coded in Python. Support for PyPy/CPython may be considered at a later point. An Extreme/Agile Development model is in use to allow for emergent design (IE: changing requirements). Release is updated whenever a feature is added and all tests pass cleanly 100%

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    A small utility that lets you toggle hidden (and system) files visualization in Windows Explorer with a combination of keys. The program does NOT require installation and does NOT run in background. It simply works with a shortcut in the menu folder.

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    Zero copy MMAP linux network drivers

    Optimized open source 1G/10G sniffer library to get network data from network adapter without loss on high data rates. Come back soon to get new features.

    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Communicate with an SPI device using stdin and stdout.

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    Scan systemd journal file for failed sshd login attempts in a given period. Add iptables rules to ban offenders.

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    microIRC is a yet another simple C / C++ / Python IRC client and client daemon.

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    If you need a server that monitors certain directories and processes new/all files accordingly, you can use DirExe. Each configured directory gets a thread that processes incoming files with a special "Processor" plugin. Supplied are processors for moving files, executing system commands, and mailing files. You can write your own plugin or modify existing. Features: - monitor multiple directories - include/exclude file filters - move/copy/rename files - mail files as attachment or as body - execute files - use template variables (name, extension, date..) - plugin framework

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    forwards re-encrypted PGP/GPG mail to a group

    Gpg-remailer has moved to GitHub, and can now be reached at https://fbb-git.github.io/gpg-remailer/ Please refer to github's location for the latest archive and releases.

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    G2CD is a hub-only implementation for the Gnutella 2 peer-to-peer network. With its ability to run on a typical server (unix/24-7/static IP/high bandwidth/SMP) it is possible to set up a dedicated G2 Hub to improve the overall G2 network performance.

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    LaTeX Track Changes shows changes over time for a .tex file that has its history stored in a git or svn repository. The user can customize how to view the changes: limited to certain authors or by revision or date among other filters. An Emacs mode provides the user interface. Plug-ins for other editors (such as TeXShop) are planned.

    Downloads: 2 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    Downloads: 0 This Week Last Update: See Project
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    PACtory is a highly customizable way for handling proxy configuration settings with a dynamically created .pac-File, also known as "Windows Proxy Auto Detection" or "wpad.dat"-File, which is generated on the fly while the client is requesting it.

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