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DNSleak
DNSleak inspects DNS packets on the local network interface to detect leaks. Unlike web-based solutions, it works at the local computer level. No third party servers are used and DNS leak result is a true/false response.
File Scan
File::Scan allows users to make multiplatform virus scanners which can detect Windows/DOS/Mac viruses. It include a virus scanner and signatures database.
Firestorm
Firestorm is an extremely high performance network intrusion detection system (NIDS). At the moment it just a sensor but plans are to include real support for analysis, reporting, remote console and on-the-fly sensor configuration. It is fully pluggable and hence extremely flexible.
Firestr
Fire★ is a a simple platform for decentralized communication and computation. Provides a simple application platform for developing p2p applications and share these applications with others in a chat like user interface. You don't send a message to someone, you send an program, which can have rich content. All programs are wired up together automatically providing distributed communication, either through text, images, or games. The source code to all applications is available immediately to instantly clone and modify.
FriBID
FriBID is a free software for the Swedish e-id system called BankID. FriBID also supports processor architectures and GNU/Linux and BSD distributions that the official software doesn't support.,
Retired, fork needed!
Reverse engineering is required to make a modern version of BankID. The old versions of FriBID doesn't work any more.
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GNUnet is a framework for secure peer-to-peer networking that does not use any centralized or otherwise trusted services. Its high-level goal is to provide a strong free software foundation for a global network that provides security and privacy. GNUnet started with an idea for anonymous censorship-resistant file-sharing, but has grown to incorporate other applications as well as many generic building blocks for secure networking applications. In particular, GNUnet now includes the GNU Name System, a privacy-preserving, decentralized public key infrastructure.
Gpg-remailer
Gpg-remailer is somewhat similar to ordinary mailing list software, but all e-mail processed by gpg-remailer is PGP/GPG signed and encrypted. Gpg-remailer decrypts received PGP/GPG messages, verifies the received signature and re-encrypts the e-mail for the members of a well defined group of recipients. Using gpg-remailer the list of members of a group of people who want to exchange encrypted and authenticated e-mail can be maintained at one location, allowing the members of the group to specify just one e-mail address to send PGP/GPG signed and encrypted e-mail to. Gpg-remailer recognizes the following e-mail formats: * Standard simple encrypted messages. * Multi-part encrypted messages. * Encrypted messages containing detached signatures.
Hackbot
This is a candidate for deletion: Links broken. Email to maintainer broken. Poppy-one (talk) 13:04, 3 August 2018 (EDT) Hackbot is a host exploration tool and bannergrabber. It is meant as auditory tool for remote and local hosts. It scans numerous services and vulnerabilities.
Hashlet
Hashlet is an application with a Command Line Interface (CLI) that controls the Cryptotronix Hashlet. The Cryptotronix Hashlet is open source hardware that implements SHA256, provides a hardware random number generator, and stores 256 bit keys in read and write protected memory. The hardware is designed for a BeagleBone Black but can be uses on an embedded GNU/Linux system that supports the I2C protocol and can supply 3.3 or 5 Volts to the device.
I2P
The Invisible Internet Project (I2P) is a project to build, deploy, and maintain a network supporting secure and anonymous communication. People using I2P are in control of the tradeoffs between anonymity, reliability, bandwidth usage, and latency. There is no central point in the network on which pressure can be exerted to compromise the integrity, security, or anonymity of the system. The network supports dynamic reconfiguration in response to various attacks, and has been designed to make use of additional resources as they become available. Of course, all aspects of the network are open and freely available. Unlike many other anonymizing networks, I2P doesn't try to provide anonymity by hiding the originator of some communication and not the recipient, or the other way around. I2P is designed to allow peers using I2P to communicate with each other anonymously — both sender and recipient are unidentifiable to each other as well as to third parties. For example, today there are both in-I2P web sites (allowing anonymous publishing / hosting) as well as HTTP proxies to the normal web (allowing anonymous web browsing).


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