ROM corrupter for multiple operating systems.
A flexible ROM corruptor, compatible with several operating systems. ROM corrupting is a popular hobby but is known for being exclusively on Windows due to the general lack of utilities on Mac, Linux and other operating systems. This utility is designed for optimization and compatibility for multiple operating systems.
A family of FLEA-inspired CSPRNGs and Stream Ciphers
BEDBUG is a small, fast, cryptographically secure pseudo-random number generator (CSPRNG) and stream cipher. It exhibits uniform distribution, mixes rapidly (with worst-case avalanche better than 16-bits), has no detected bias, and comes in three variants: BEDBUG128, with an internal state array of 128+3 32-bit words; BEDBUG256, with an internal state of 256+3 words; and BEDBUG512 with a 512+3-word state. The former permit seeding with a key of up to 4096 or 8192 bits, the latter with a 16384-bit key. The BEDBUG generator itself is a mere 5 lines of code: Three rotations; two pseudo-random lookups. The default BEDBUG configuration alternates the rotation constants unpredictably. These four sets of three values differ between BEDBUG128, BEDBUG256 and BEDBUG512 and were selected, tuned and tested in each case for optimal avalanche, which is never less than 16.5 bits. BEDBUG has passed stringent industry-standard tests for randomness, including NIST and DIEHARD.
Simple Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) protocol decoder library.
Simple Multimedia Messaging Service (MMS) protocol decoder library. You can use the example to parse any MMS message headers and to extract its body parts.
AmandaVCD splits large VCF files into smaller files with only one vCard in each file.
Collatz tool is a little application to find numbers of collatz problem and modified collatz problems. You can modify the collatz factor, count of max. calculations, output. Done with C++ and bigInt Library for arbitrary precision integers.
Synthesizing embedded control software from formal specifications
autoCode4 is an engine that synthesizes controllers from formal specifications described under a subset of linear temporal logic (LTL). Importantly, it synthesizes synchronous dataflow controllers (in Lustre or in Ptolemy II form) and maintains requirement-to-code traceability. Such feature is mandated in developing safety-critical systems and are considered essential for specification validation or integrating manual implementation such as legacy code. The LTL specification captures the desired behavior of a controller where the environment takes the first move (i.e., sense/input then react/output), so the synthesized controller can be viewed as a Mealy machine. A step-by-step tutorial is available within the software package.
JMS/Joram implementation of the Bully election algorithm. It is a library to be used by a process' implementation to make it transparently manage coordinator's elections, while it carries out business logic. A sample application is included.
Open source ASCII based strategy game.
Bandwidth measuring tool that works by pinging remote hosts much like plain old ping command.
jVocabTrainer allows you to review vocabulary in a flashcard style.
A cross-platform consolidation of the BSD tools for managing source packages from download to install. UniversalPorts follows the FreeBSD ports system as closely as possible whilst still being portable.
AnyQA is a platform independent SQL query browser that allows you to browse different DBMS. Currently, only MySQL and SQLite is supported. In future, PostgreSQL, Oracle, etc. are to be included. It also provides a uniform C++ API for DBMS access.
EPSI (Erlang Publish-Subscribe Infrastructure) is an Erlang implementation of a distributed infrastructure providing a content-based publish-subscribe service to its clients.
The beat of your business
[See the files section for installation instructions] Optimal BPM™ is a project that aims to create an easy-to-use Business Process Management system (BPM) and tools. So far, only the tools, and only a data replication tool, Optimal Sync, has been released (available from the "files" page). But more is coming. It incorporates many different open source projects that relates to interoperability, transformation, context and process control. It has no business engine, instead it generates Python code and leaves the engine mechanics to its scripting engine. This enables it to: * be very flexible * be truly multi-platform * draw from all the features available to the language and its sprawling ecosystem * partake in that ecosystem as a library. It has a strong focus on ease of use and low maintenance. Anyone should be able to get started with minimal outside(consultants) help and quickly get the system working. Note : Its sibling projects, QAL (https://sf.net/p/qal)
Small footprint Scheme interpreter for embedding in programs.
A generic mysql-like client for multiple databases: Oracle, SQL Server, PostgreSQL, DB2, Sybase, MySQL, InterBase, Ingres, Informix, mSQL, SQLLite, Access, ODBC, JDBC, CSV, Excel, etc. Can show retrieved data as: csv, html, table, tab, vertically and xml
repair corrupted pcap and pcapng files
this tool tries to repair your broken pcap and pcapng files by fixing the global header respectively packet blocks and recovering the packets by searching und guessing the packet headers or blocks
Framework (scripts, configuration, code) to build free and public services around travel and leisure data. That project makes an extensive use of already existing data sources such as Geonames and dbPedia, and adds some glue around those (eg, links).
Hierarchical state machine library
qplay is a free console-based audio player with a queue. It uses vim-like key bindings for controlling. The extra queue allows playing favored songs with highest priority while in shuffle or sequence mode.
Text-based adventure game
Text-based adventure game; can you find enough magic rings and incriminating documents to indict and retire all the politicians before your HP runs out?
ImpraStorage provided a private imap access to store large files
ImpraStorage provided a private imap access to store large files. Each file stored on the server is split in severals random parts. Each part also contains random noise data (lenght depends on a crypt key) to ensure privacy and exclude easy merge without the corresponding key. An index of files stored is encrypt (with the symmetric-key algorithm Kirmah) and regularly updated. Once decrypt, it permit to perform search on the server and download each part. transfert process is transparent. Just vizualize locally the index of stored files and simply select files to download or upload. ImpraStorage automatically launch the parts to download, then merge parts in the appropriate way to rebuild the original file. Inversely, a file to upload is split (in several parts with addition of noise data), and ImpraStorage randomly upload each parts then update the index.
Small and minimalistic text-based hack 'n slash RPG
Minihack is a small and minimalistic text-based hack 'n slash RPG written in C. It is inspired by both roguelike games and interactive fiction and tries to blend them into a single, replayable adventure. For example, it has randomized game world, handful of playable character classes with unique abilities and a lot of dying, but character is controlled with one-word parser instead of mysterious key combinations to make the learning curve less steep. Oh, and it is also compilable on every platform where standard C library is available! (DOS, Linux, BSD, Windows etc.)