JSch is a pure Java implementation of SSH2. JSch allows you to connect to an sshd server and use port forwarding, X11 forwarding, file transfer, etc., and you can integrate its functionality into your own Java programs.
This program uses a brute force algorithm to guess your encrypted compressed file\'s password. If you forget your encrypted file password, this program is the solution. This program can crack zip,7z and rar file passwords.
This is mainly just an interface tweak. Added function of mac address changer. If you have problems getting the mac changer to work, try using a mac address that starts with something other than "00" in the first octet. If you are intersted in learning about network security please check out my Juniper Networks training course at: http://academy.gns3.com/courses/juniper-jncia-intro-to-junos
KeePassSync is a KeePass plugin that synchronizes your database using various online storage providers. This allows two or more computers to easily keep their data in sync.
A client-server multithreaded application for bruteforce cracking passwords. The more clients connected, the faster the cracking. Plugin-based. Supports only RAR passwords at the moment and only with encrypted filenames.
phpLDAPadmin is a web-based LDAP administration tool for managing your LDAP server. With it you can browse your LDAP tree, view LDAP schema, perform searches, create, delete, copy and edit LDAP entries. You can even copy entries between servers.
[WARNING] Project has moved to http://github.com/Retroshare/Retroshare
[IMPORTANT] Retroshare is now distributed on Github. Please go to http://retroshare.net to find the latest releases and sources. RetroShare is a cross-platform, secured and decentralized communication system. It lets you to securely chat, share photos, videos, and more with family and friends, using OpenPGP to authenticate peers and OpenSSL to encrypt all communication.
WEPCrack is a tool that cracks 802.11 WEP encryption keys using the latest discovered weakness of RC4 key scheduling.
Send Mime and Smime Emails to Any Type of Mail Server
Aegis Implicit Mail is a free and open source library which is designed to provide fast and developer friendly API to send emails using SMTP ports. Binaries are available in the form of NuGet package: https://www.nuget.org/packages/AIM Please check http://pki.tools/aim.html as well AIM Supports : * None Ssl Mails * Implicit Ssl Mails * Explicit Ssl Mails * Smtp Connection test * Detect Ssl type of mail server * Attachments for MIME and S/MIME message. * In-line attachment and separate file attachment * All content types and mimes * SMIME , Signed and Encrypted mails In an integrated way Sadly, Microsoft.Net.Mail Ssl Mails does not support Implicit Ssl Mail and it is still used by many servers, including port 465 of Gmail here AIM comes to make a readable and fast alternative to send your smtp mails. For unicode issues please refer to https://sourceforge.net/p/netimplicitssl/tickets/4/ . We really appriciate any help in testing of different encodings
Development of a Java application designed to allow the free flow of information and ideas on the Internet without fear of censorship of any kind.
An OpenVPN Frontend
OpenVPN Manager is a tool which controls OpenVPN. It is written in C# and uses the new management interface of OpenVPN. Use the smart card feature in a simple way, enter passwords, monitor the OpenVPN log etc... The goal is to keep it simple but powerful. OpenVPN Manager is now developed at github. See https://github.com/jochenwierum/openvpn-manager
Hash Cracker is an application developed in java swings that allows a user to crack MD2, MD5, SHA-1,SHA-256,SHA-384,SHA-512 hashes either using brute force or using wordlists of the user's choice based on the users choice.
JECC is an open source implementation of public key Elliptic Curve Cryptography written in Java. As of now it provides en-/decrypted out- and input streams.
A plugin to allow other plugins to check for updates on SourceForge
This is a plugin to KeePass <http://www.KeePass.info> to allow other plugins to check for updates using the latest file release on SourceForge. On it's own, it does nothing, but other plugins may require this one in order to provide version information when KeePass checks for upades
Accepts machine specific, time sensitive password from standard user to then allow the user to run a new application as local Administrator. Released under GPL.
Apache module to prevent cross-site request forgery.
mod_csrf is a module for the Apache Web server. It prevents cross-site request forgery attacks to vulnerable HTML forms.
WASTE is a mesh-based workgroup tool that allows for encrypted, private communication between distant parties on the internet, independant of local network organization.
A document that describes Public-Key Infrastructures, the PKIX standards, explains practical PKI functionality and gives an overview of available open-source PKI implementations. Its goal is to foster the creation of a hign quality open-source PKI.
netleak is a collection of small perlscripts that detects connectivity between network segments. It is mostly useful to detect "leaks" in large organizations that have private network segments physically separated from the Internet.
APDUscanner is a small program to explore ISO-7816 smart cards. It scans for undocumented command APDUs, discovers files (EF/DF), and allows manual command/response debugging. Also reads payment data from ChipKnip (Dutch). Requires PC/SC card reader.
Security Officers Management and Analysis Project (SOMAP) is all about defining security management work methods and supplying Security Officers with tools to do their job more efficient and following standards easily.
TrustedPickle is a Python module which lets you create and sign your data files. By using public/private key techniques, this module protects your users from loading malicious data files that others might claim you created. LEGAL FOR EXPORT.
A very basic single-threaded UDP server with optional support for DTLS.
Driver for Aladdin eToken PRO
A project to provide a GUI toolkit to facilitate (and where possible, automate) the breaking of classical (pen-and-paper) cryptosystems. Initial focus is on the cryptanalysis of monoalphabetic substitution ciphers.