Pisces is a Python implementation of the SPKI certificate standard. In addition, it includes several utilities and libraries that were required to support SPKI: an ASN.1 parser, a Yarrow daemon, and a PKCS5 password-based cryptography module. The SPKI support is incomplete, but includes a parser, a library for manipulating SPKI objects, and a command-line utility for creating and using keys, certificates, and signatures.
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) is a public key encryption program originally written by Phil Zimmermann in 1991. Later PGP versions have been developed and distributed by MIT, ViaCrypt, PGP Inc., and now Network Associates Inc. (NAI). PGP is the de-facto standard for email encryption today, with millions of users worldwide.
FileScanner is a Perl script which searches through directory trees and compares text file contents to a list of specified words and phrases. FileScanner outputs HTML-based reports which include statistics and clickable links to the pages it has found. Virtual hosts support for hosted domains is included.
k118 is a commandline utility for driving the MAX-186/74LS373-based eight channel analog sampler sold as Kit 118 by Kitsrus. It supports four digital outputs and logging of the analog and digital inputs to a file with variable rates. It may be useful for electronics enthusiasts contemplating their own user mode parallel port driving programs.
Dvbnrc is a TCP Daemon written in Perl that allows you to remotely control a Nokia Mediamaster running DVB2000 through a serial nullmodem cable. It allows you to telnet to the box, get the list of available TV/radio channels, change tha channel, show the current one, or change the text of the LCDisplay.