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This is a Portable version of Mozilla Firefox with several add-ons that are useful for Web Application Security. The purpose of this package is to have the best available addons to manually test XSS, SQL, siXSS, CSRF, Trace XSS, RFI, LFI, etc.12 weekly downloads
This profiler (JRE 1.5.0 only) uses JVMTI and native bytecode instrumentation for the analysis of the heap, reachable objects, execution time, garbage collection efficiency, code coverage and thread contention. No preparation steps required in build.10 weekly downloads
Mstone is a mail performance measurement system. It can simultaneously test SMTP, POP, IMAP, and some HTML based systems. It measures transaction latency in multiple stages, and graphs the combined results from multiple clients.2 weekly downloads
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The Source2PDF tool is a small application which converts a directory full of source code into a single PDF file. It includes a table of contents, a title page, and is chaptered by subdirectories. This allows for easy, portable source code distribution.
Ease the pain of operating a Windows Vista system with User Account Control (UAC) enabled--similar to the sudo command available for *nix systems.