lxdvdrip is a command line tool to make a copy from a video DVD. It automates the process of ripping, authoring, previewing, and burning the DVD. It uses tools like mplayer, transcode, vamps, dvdauthor, and growisofs. You can backup just the main feature without the menu or the whole DVD.
KisKis (Keep It Secret! Keep It Safe!) is an easy-to-use password manager. It allows the user to manage passwords for many different purposes, including network or Internet accounts, credit-card pin-numbers, and password-secured files. The accounts can be grouped hierarchically within a tree structure. Each account can be described by multiple attributes (such as user name or URL), file attachments, and comments. The history of each password change can be tracked. All passwords are stored in a single XML file using OpenPGP messages.
PmWiki is a WikiWikiWeb clone that is primarily designed as a tool to support easy, collaborative authoring and maintenance of Web sites. It does not require a relational database such as MySQL. It has advanced template capabilities, page grouping features, password protection for groups and pages, modular plug-in capabilities, and easy-to-customize wiki markup languages and tools.
PyC2LaTeX converts a given C, Java, or Think/Fractal adl or idl file into a LaTeX file that can be used for pretty-printing the code. It features line numbering, indentation, support for international characters, and syntax highlighting. The text in the output is otherwise unmodified. One of the main goals of this script is to provide LaTeX code that can be directly included in other LaTeX files to write software documentation.
The kopkop daemon listens for encrypted, signed, and fully random-looking command packets. Only the fields essential for the packets' travel trough the Internet are filled with "sane" data. Upon reception and after a preset timeout, the daemon executes user-defined commands. This can be used to open firewalls, so you can reduce your system's attack surface by hiding certain services until you need to use them. The kopkop client creates and sends the encrypted packets, and is included. The communication is strictly unidirectional and quite minimal between the client and the server. Replay attacks are forestalled by storing and comparing monotonically increasing packet IDs on both sides.