xps dynamically displays in an X Window the Unix processes as a tree or forest, the roots on the left and the leaf processes on the right. The status of each process (running, sleeping, stopped, etc.) can be indicated by a color. Different users appear as different colors. Process selection can be made per user, all users or through a regular expression pattern. A process can be selected to show ps information or to send the process a signal.
XScoop provides the ability to quickly determine which underlying X libraries were statically linked into an application, even when the source is not available. XScoop parses an executable, looking for matches on a subset of sample keywords that may identify the library being used. It does not produce absolute results, and instead supplies a report with key-hits which represent the likelihood that a particular library is present in the binary.
xvnkb is a Vietnamese keyboard input program for X Windows. It provides a useful way of editing Vietnamese in X Windows environments with popular input methods and charsets. It runs as a small X application in the background without any interference with others, and works well with most X applications. Supported Vietnamese input methods include VNI, TELEX, and VIQR. Supported Vietnamese charsets include TCVN3, VISCII, VPS, VNI, VIQR, and Unicode (UTF-8).
Yersinia implements several attacks for the following protocols: Spanning Tree (STP), Cisco Discovery (CDP), Dynamic Host Configuration (DHCP), Hot Standby Router (HSRP), Dynamic Trunking (DTP), 802.1q, Inter-Switch Link Protocol (ISL), and VLAN Trunking (VTP). It helps the pen-tester in different tasks, such as becoming the root role in the Spanning Tree, creating virtual CDP neighbors, setting up rogue DHCP servers, becoming the active router in a HSRP scenario, enabling trunk, performing ARP spoofing over VLAN hopping, adding or deleting VLANs (via VTP), and more.
yuxtapa is a multiplayer real-time CLI game. It looks like a roguelike, but feels like a multiplayer 1st-person shooter with a focus on team play. The idea is to take the "feel" of such team based multiplayer games as Enemy Territory into an NCurses-based game with roguelike controls. Like roguelikes, yuxtapa is lightweight but surprisingly rich under the crude surface. It features several classes from which to choose, each with a different special ability, randomly generated maps which can also be saved and reloaded, and multiple game modes or objectives.