Run Linux on the Playstation 2
Kernelloader is a free bootloader for PS2 Linux and other Playstation 2 operating systems. Loading can be done by "Action Replay Media Player", by "memory card exploit", by "FMCB" or any other homebrew loading method. If you downloaded the latest Linux Live DVD, you need to run the online updater to be able to play Youtube videos.
Providing an easy to use platform for running Ancient UNIX & BSD on windows.
Digital Forensic Suite
A digital forensic suite based on NetBSD operating system for cryptography, penertation testing, data recovery, reverse engineering, privacy and other security tasks with pkgin package management and ratpoison as default window manager. irBSD is configured for USB mediums and x86_64 platforms.
UNIX/LINUX and legal homebrew software on the xbox360 gaming console
An effort towards porting Linux and related open source operating systems to the Xbox 360. Another goal is to write homebrew applications with a legal and free Software Development Kit consisting of the Library (LibXenon) and the appropriate cross-compiler toolchain (Xenon-Toolchain). You can get informations and Source-Code on the following Pages: Wiki: http://www.free60.org Forum: http://www.libxenon.org Source Code: https://github.com/Free60Project
FreeBSD GNOME LiveCD built using the latest development ports
Latest stable version - GNOME 3.26 - working Latest unstable version - GNOME 3.27 - working This project provides live systems built using the latest FreeBSD release and the latest GNOME ports from the FreeBSD GNOME project. Scripts used to build the LiveCDs are also available for downloading. The scripts are largely based on this article: https://wiki.freebsd.org/AndriyGapon/AvgLiveCD Note: This is not a general-purpose LiveCD! I track the development version instead of the stable version. If you want to do things other than previewing the latest (possibly unstable) GNOME release, please download the scripts to make your own LiveCDs. If any bug is found, please download the debug version LiveCD to find the cause and report it to the FreeBSD GNOME project or GNOME bugzilla. Starting from GNOME 3.12, most portability patches are merged upstream, so you can also directly use JHBuild on FreeBSD to check whether an issue is already fixed in the upstream.
A DNS based malware protection
This is a Proof of Concept Technology for protecting End Users from malware, advanced threat and other malicious content by preventing DNS malicious Request/Responses. Considerations: Virtual Hardware Recommended (ALL Back-level Compatibility): - CPU Type: x86_64 (AMD64) - 4vCPUs - 8GB RAM - 40GB On demand Virtual Disk - Intel e1000 Virtual Network Interfaces (Mandatory) Components Used: PFSense 2.4.3 - Suricata Module - Bind Module - Cron Module - Service Watchdog Module - SNORT Community Signature + Emerging Threats for constant update. - - Bring Your Own SNORT OINKCODE to get advanced rules. #CleanDNS Project: Because Detection is Cool but Proactivity is Better!