AlienVault® Unified Security Management™ (USM™) is an innovative approach to security monitoring, delivered in a unified platform. The USM platform includes five essential security capabilities that provide resource-constrained organizations with everything they need for effective threat detection, incident response, and compliance management, in a single pane of glass.Advertisement
- Audio & Video
- Business & Enterprise
- Home & Education
- Science & Engineering
- Security & Utilities
- System Administration
A tool for modifying ATI Radeon BIOS images: chip and memory frequencies, fonts, TV output standard selection, memory timings, etc.10 weekly downloads
KURCalc carries out the basic arithmetic operations above the whole long (thousand signs) numbers. It is planned to add arithmetic operations, an opportunity of work with fractional numbers; to transfer on other OS. It's developed by Kurakin Alexander
NedoPC SDK is a set of development cross-tools (compilers/emulators) to develop system and user software (and hardware) for some old home minicomputers and new "homebrew" hobbyist-friendly computers (including development of that kind of computers)
Cloudbased voice solutions are common in enterprise networks and frustrating for operations teams to manage. Simplify VoIP monitoring by having a proactive analysis of on-prem, hybrid and UCaaS voice services. Try the ThousandEyes VoIP monitoring solution today, free.Advertisement
Text mode terminal server and client library may be used to create specialised software with terminal architecture without using of platform specific services.
The UniXML library is intended to be an extremely portable XML DOM parser library, completely OS and C compiler independent.
World of Tanks II: New Realy cool clone of BATTLE CITY from Dendy. There is a team play on one keyboard at the same time, not bad graphics, sound & music... I'm very sad I had found it and added support of WindowsXP only after 4 years it was written.
Common Hardware Recovery Solutions by Ukrainian-Russian network from http://hardw.net/forum