CookieCheck is a basic PHP script for checking whether a visitor has cookies enabled or not. Its design makes it simple to include into an existing script: just include the source file and call the check function. CookieCheck preserves the values of any GET or POST information sent to your script, so it does not require any major modifications to your original script.
Xaq is a web application environment for Perl. It includes a collection of applications that use that environment: a form data emailer and a bookmarking system. Xaq applications are entirely configured through a clean, simple Web interface. Xaq will be of particular interest to Web host providers because it is specifically designed to serve multiple independent accounts from a single installation.
OrbitHyip is a High Yield Investment Program (HYIP) script that allows you to manage members and E-gold/IntGold/EvoCash/E-Bullion deposits. It supports unlimited payout plans and the flexible template system allows you to easily change the design. Code encryption is used on many files to prevent hacking attempts. It features full integration with E-gold/IntGold/EvoCash/E-Bullion payment gateways, advanced statistics, internal transfers, and more.
Kilongalonga is a shoutbox application which can be put on a Web page to allow people to leave a short message. Visitors can include a URL with their message. The IP addresses of message posters are tracked within the database. It is customizable to your preferred language, and includes support for English and Kiswahili.
RubyContent is a Web content management application created specifically for the small-to-midsize digital enterprise. Its features include an automatic centralized control console, point-and-click content personalization, syndication of content via RSS, automated updates and expirations, author and editor permissions, multi-format publishing options, "no-code-required" content templates, and "edit anywhere" Web-based access.
SRAN Web Identity is a Web system for statistics and intrusion detection. It can report hits and unique visitors for various time periods; the visitor's screen color, screen resolution, OS information, and browser information; the top 10 visitors by IP address; the top URL; and information about the last 20 visitors. Visitor information can be displayed in Google Maps. Statistics are displayed in graphs. In depth pages analysis is possible. Possible Web application attacks and vulnerabilities can be reported.