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NetCalc is an IPv4 network calculator.
The open sourced NetRexx reference implementation
A Rogue like game with a Final Fantasy style battle system. Users will develop a characters skills and attributes and be able to battle head to head against other players.
Nixstaller is an Open Source project with the goal to create user friendly and flexible installers that work on various UNIX like systems. Some of its features are: small size overhead, large compatibility, Lua scripting and few dependencies.
PyKnock is a total revolutionary method of Port Knocking. The client will send crypted,compressed command/message through UDP packets to daemon'specific port,the daemon will check the correctness of the message and it will execute a command.
Scanhill is a Microsoft Messenger Protocol Sniffer. Currently it can only intercept Instant Text Messaging. Given that mySQL is used, stored instant messages can be read through a browser interface that is written in PHP language.
'Serbian Dictionary' is a bidirectional Serbian-English dictionary. It currently contains only a command line interface. Supports only *nix based operating systems at this moment. Tested on Linux, *BSD and Cygwin.
In doing system administration for remote shell systems, I found it useful to automate certain tasks. SUMS is a collection of user administration scripts to be written solely in bash, awk, sed and C. Currently only tested in x86 NetBSD 2.0.2.
Monitoring backup jobs tool for Symantec NetBackup
If you are looking for tool that is able to test internet connection speed fron Linux terminal, you have found it! :) TeSpeed uses speedtest.net servers to check upload and download rate and it puts that information on charts. It has moved to https://github.com/Janhouse/tespeed
The FOX (Free Open *X) toolkit is a lightweight replacement for GNU's userland mainly on Linux, based partially on code ported from NetBSD.
A project I started to test my skills while learning java, I hope for it to become much, much more.
XScape is a brand new Runescape2 server engine, based on the idea of a central login server, (Also known as a network of servers) which each server will connect to, and verify the user accounts on.
A battery monitor for Shells and the Taskbar
Experimental lightweight editor
andfs is meant to be a filesystem layer for data dedupe and compress
antigift is simple cross-platform, files & folders encryption tool
The Audible Debugger
this is simple backup client<=>server oriented system; you put the server on the machine you want to backup; and the client on the machine used for storage;
Simple backup script for DVDRAM media written in Perl.
This open source software benchmarks the queries per second of an Apache Lucene index. It is an Java implementation and uses MultiFieldQueryParser to form a query.
The C++ framework for everything and more