Mac OS X frontend for OpenSSH's sftp/scp tools
cross-platform, encryption application
encrypt is a multi-platform, file encryption application. Binary packages are currently provided for Arch, Debian, Fedora, MS Windows, Android and OS X. For further details, including the latest source code, visit https://albinoloverats.net/projects/encrypt
An alarm for your MacBook.
iAlertU is an alarm system for your Apple MacBook that uses the built in motion detection to trigger the alarm and the iSight to capture the image of the thief. Among many other features, it incorporates the ability for users with iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to connect to and control iAlertU remotely.
Harbour MiniGUI Extended Edition. HARBOUR MINIGUI SOURCE WITH HMGS-IDE (IDE VISUAL TO MAKE WIN32 APLICATIONS WITH HARBOUR) UNNOFICIAL BUILD WITH EXTENDED NEW FEATURES.
Crypt encryption and decryption is based on ASCII Table Shift.
Crypt is the developed based on the ASCII Table shift and it can customized based on the user requirements, right from the shifting order and the level of encryption or decryption. It can be integrated to any of the programming language with the custom build of the source code. It can secure from text file to binary code.
Authenticating proxy server software for Mac OS X. The front-end is written in Obj-C using the Cocoa framework, but the actual proxy daemon application is written in C using plain BSD sockets.
Another open sourced crypto library. Unlike Crypto++ and cryptix, we're language independent. We originate in 'C', add wrappers for C++ and Objective-C. When that works, we provide a JNI wrapper for Java. Following this, we seek out Python,
Keychain Framework is an Objective C Foundation-based framework for accessing Keychain and Security services under MacOS X. It provides convenience wrappers around the CDSA library included with MacOS X, facilities for manipulating keychains, and more.
Mailcash if a plugin for Apple's Mail program that provides hashcash support - that is, verification and generation of hashcash stamps. Refer to <http://www.hashcash.org/> for more information about Hashcash.
Paranoid Android is a security enhancer for Mac OS X. Whenever an application asks the operating system to open a URI, Paranoid Android steps in and asks the user for confirmation before it can be opened.
Passes, while seemingly just another password generator, is actually the first 100% pure Cocoa open-source password generator (that I know of, at least). Passes strives to be the most flexible solution for generating passwords out there.
The PowerCiph Data Encryption Algorithm is a versatile, yet simplistic, encryption algorithm/protocol. The ultimate goal of the algorithm is simplicity, compactness, and a lack of prerequisites.
Secure Distributed Objects provides a mechanism for using socket-based SSL communications in the MacOS X Distributed Objects system, by providing a NSPort subclass - SecureSocketPort - and other utilities.
Uruk is intended to be an easy and safe way to save short data (such as passwords) across a network.
xwepgen lets Mac OS X users use WEP passphrases from nearly all non-Apple 802.11b software and hardware to connect to encrypted wireless networks.