BCWipe securely erases data from magnetic and solid-state memory, by repeatedly overwriting special patterns in the files to be destroyed. In normal mode, 34 patterns are used (of which 8 are random); in quick mode, U.S. DoD (Department of Defence) 5200.28 standard are used with 7-pass wiping; and in custom mode, U.S. DoD 5200.28 standards are used with a user-defined number of passes.
bcnu is a Web-based system management tool which delivers information on the status of networked systems in a simple and easy-to-use manner. It uses a web browser to display information about hosts in a tabular form. Historical information can be held indefinitely, and there is a powerful query tool available to interrogate it. Client systems can run an agent which logs information back to a central system. An agent scheduler is integrated to allow agents to be run at different intervals. Standard agents include ftp, http, disk space, logfiles, processes, and more.
bbs100 is a BBS in the style of DOC and/or YAWC. DOC is a style that remotely resembles Citadel. What's special about bbs100, is that it's a single process daemon that handles all connections at once, while consuming very low cpu resources ( < 1%). It can handle over a thousand simultaneous users. It is highly customizable, is easy to setup, and has many configurable features. bbs100 is almost a must-have for people that want to run a DOC-style BBS.
bbkeys is the keygrabber for the Blackbox window manager. bbkeys handles all keybindings and keyboard shortcuts for Blackbox. It uses Blackbox's Image classes for rendering its look and feel, so bbkeys will draw itself to match whatever Blackbox style is used. It is highly configurable via the bbconf GUI utility, the included bbkeysconf.pl perl script, or via hand-editing bbkeys's config file.
Blackjack is the only game offered by casinos, where it is proven that players can beat the dealer on the long term. Many books and articles have been published about this theme, however most of them are written to make you loose money. The only way of having a moderate advantage over the dealer is to carefully analyze the remaining cards in the shoe, placing variable bets and deciding when to stay or buy, double or split. BBJD is a tool to analyze the best strategy depending on the current card distribution in the shoe. It is distributed to work with a simple text-based interface and with a user-friendly web-based interface.