MD5 hash used to position and color two overlaid Mandelbrot sets.
I'm using an MD5 hash of a username and password field to generate some entropy which is used to generate color pallets and positions / scaling of two Mandelbrot sets. These two images are overlaid to create interesting pictures which represent the entered credentials. I'm interested in all things security, this is mostly just for fun, but could possibly be used to help users identify mistakes in their password entry prior to submission and enforce a tighter failed password lockout policy. Please enjoy with a modern HTML5 enabled browser.
phpPassSafe is a web based Tool for secure, rolebased password storage and management. The passwords are stored aes-256 encrypted. Now a random password generator is included.
Password Safe encrypted databases, Java library
Java module to create, read and write Password Safe V3 encrypted databases. The package is a mature offspring from project JPasswords and can be used with Java 1.6 or later.
A command-line to help encipher and decipher your password based on a simple algorithm. Java version provides GUI.
Linux based collaborative password manager with strong encryption.
Open source enterprise collaborative password manager and file storage. Download and install on your own servers or let us prepare your installation on dedicated server. Store and share your sensitive data safely and manage users who are allowed to access the information. Vaultier is based on advanced security technology (RSA over AES). All data stored in Vaultier databases are encrypted. Only authorized users with valid keys can read them. Encryption keys always stay on client machines. Vaultier is not an online service where all clients and users share the same database. What you always get is a standalone installation with your own database. Vaultier offers you a free opensource Community version and paid Enterprise edition which comes with more features and services in three subscription plans.
A secure password solution for the modern, yet insecure world.
A password manager that works without password file or cloud service. Just try it on the website.
It's a flexible software bundle and framework for face recognition, which enables users to log into computer automatically, perform face detection, recognition and tracking, and perform experiments. Other applications can be built on top of it.
Simple OpenID support for Django Framework.
C# application for storing usernames/passwords in an encrypted file, and to post blogs/status messages
.NET library for on-screen keyboards. Uses randomizations for keyboard interactions or allows mouse interactions for non-randomization use. Many layouts included. Extremely easy to set up. Easy for users to understand and use. Uses SecureString.
PasswordPurse is a pure java application that stores user credentials in a cryptographic container, protected by a single passphrase. Lightweight design allows deployment on many platforms. PasswordPurse was inspired by Bruce Schneier's PasswordSafe.
The goal is 3D game engine. I will also want to have a 2D version of the same thing :) People will like multi-choice for 1 game =p ScarNastics 3D game build on jMonkeyEngine[jME2, 2009] ScarNastics 2D game build on a personal home build written by Sonis
MemberSystem is an application wich is written in PHP and can be used to protect (part) of your website. The first beta release of version 1.0.0 is planned in mid summer. For now, the system is only available in Dutch.
Generate a set of random passphrases for you to choose from.
Easy to use command line based strong passphrase generator. Implemented as a self contained perl script that should work on many unix like systems. The passphrase-generator defaults to only 3 words instead of the 4 suggested by XKCD, but uses a larger dictionary found in many unix like systems at /usr/share/dict/words. It also provides estimates for the entropy of the generated passphrases. The randomization is based on /dev/urandom and SHA1. See http://xkcd.com/936/ for an entertaining take on passwords vs. passphrases. See my post in stackoverflow for links to other solutions and discussions on passphrases vs passwords: http://stackoverflow.com/a/12646320/1148030