Baraza is a free mobile instant messaging server for Linux, supporting the Open Mobile Alliance's Instant Messaging and Presence Service (IMPS) protocols (also known as "Wireless Village"). IMPS is supported natively by a wide variety of mobile phones (particularly Nokia and SonyEricsson). The server also supports Jabber/XMPP messaging for inter-domain message exchange (a.k.a. federation).
ParseGenBank is a minimalistic, incremental, event-driven GenBank Flat File Format parser. It aims to efficiently produce events for keywords, features, qualifiers, and coding data. It does not attempt to parse the contents of feature or qualifier data, but provides a framework on which such a system can be built.
CCHEF (Covert Channels Evaluation Framework) is a software framework for empirically evaluating covert channels in network protocols running under Linux. CCHEF can be used in real networks with real overt traffic, but can also emulate covert channels using overt traffic from trace files. CCHEF was mainly designed for research purposes, but not to be (mis)used for real covert channel communication. Therefore, the sender/receiver application is a normal user space programs and not disguised in any way.
Medwars is a game roughly patterned after Dopewars where you make money in the medical profession. There are two classes of people that you can't make money out of: healthy people and dead people. Maximize your profit by having people live as long as possible but in a state of sickness so that you can torture them as much as possible. If you don't kill them, they live until they die of old age. You must be crookeder than a dog's hind leg and lower than a snake's belly to make money at this game.
TAMOGEN is designed either to create a mosaic of one image out of another or to create a mosaic of one image out of itself. Instead of selecting images from a pool on a best-fit basis, the generator utilizes one user-identified image to create a mosaic of another user-identified image by altering the tone of the component image. TAMOGEN will create color or black-and-white mosaics of arbitrary size.
For high traffic Web sites, Proto Balance Advanced provides connection rate limiting per second and limits the total number of connections. Both are done on a per-client basis. It has a complete Web configuration interface. The IP address of each connecting Web browser is recorded along with its connection stats. It is scalable to millions of clients and handles 10,000 concurrent connections. It performs server backend load balancing with an on-the-fly capability to add and remove servers. Daily and weekly traffic graphs are shown.