BRisa is a framework written in Python that allows the creation of UPnP devices, focusing on Media Servers and Media Renderers. Regarding the Media Server reference implementation, it allows users to share and search content from UPnP A/V devices. It offers a plugin architecture enabling users to share their own content stored in multimedia portals, such as SHOUTcast, Flickr, and recently incorporated YouTube Videos. In addition, the framework also provides a very simple UPnP control point API, which is being used by the Canola Project.
SFTP Applet is a JFileUpload add-on that adds SSH File Transfer Protocol support to all JFileUpload applets. It works with basic JFileUpload and all other derived products such as JDiskExplorer, JBatchUpload, JImageFilter, and JImageUpload. It supports SSH2, SFTP versions 0, 1, 2, and 3, resuming, and file management commands.
P6P is a decentralized public virtual network designed for traversing NAT. It's useful mainly for peer-to-peer applications that don't implement NAT traversal themselves. It uses an unrouted segment of IPv6 (Unique-local), so it doesn't collide with other networks. It does not implement any additional security.
Although widely used, currently popular peer-to-peer (P2P) applications offer no user privacy. By design, services like BitTorrent and Gnutella share data with anyone that asks for it, allowing a third-party to systematically monitor user behavior. As a result, using a P2P network means that your online activities become public knowledge. OneSwarm is a peer-to-peer tool that provides users with explicit control over their privacy by letting them determine how data is shared. Instead of sharing data indiscriminately, data shared with OneSwarm can be made public, shared with friends, shared with some friends but not others, and so forth.