wmdropzone is a simple Download Manager for your WindowMaker Dock. You can enter URLs manually or paste the current X-Selection. You can DragNDrop the Locations from (for instance) Netscape onto the Dockapp, too. It uses GNU wget for the retrieval. Throttling down downloads is supported through a supplied patch to GNU wget.
The WWWOFFLE programs simplify World Wide Web browsing from computers that use intermittent (dialup) connections to the Internet. It is a simple proxy server with special features for use with dial-up Internet links. It makes it possible to browse Web pages and read them without having to remain connected. There are too many features to mention, but they include privacy control, cookie/advert blocking, efficient bandwidth usage by specifying intervals between refreshes, options to monitor pages regularly, recursive fetching, HTML cleaning, highlighting of cached links, indexes of cached pages, searching of cached pages, and many more.
Yafc is yet another FTP client which features a directory cache, remote filename completion, aliases, colorized ls, recursive get/put/ls/rm, nohup mode transfers, tagging (queueing), multiple connections, proxy support, and more. It has also support for Kerberos authentication and SSH2 (sftp).
zssh (Zmodem SSH) is a program for interactively transferring files to a remote machine while using the secure shell (ssh). It is intended to be a convenient alternative to scp, allowing to transfer files without having to open another session and re-authenticate oneself. zssh is an interactive wrapper for ssh used to switch the ssh connection between the remote shell and file transfers. Files are transferred through the zmodem protocol, using the rz and sz commands.
Arb-Scan is a remote banner scanner written in bash and Perl. It supports 12 different services banner checks (daytime, ftpd, sshd, smtpd, domain, finger, httpd, pop2, pop3, nntp, imapd and snpp). It features IP file reading, logging, random IP scanning, ftp anonymous login checking and VRFY/EXPN smtp checking.
JFtp is a Swing Java network and file transfer client. It supports FTP using its own FTP API and various other protocols like SMB, SFTP, NFS, HTTP, and file I/O using third party APIs. It includes many advanced features such as recursive directory up/download, browsing FTP servers while transferring files, FTP resuming and queueing, browsing the LAN for Windows shares, and more. The FTP API is separated from the GUI and can also be used in third-party applications. It should ideally be launched in a Web browser via Java Web Start (contained by the Java 1.4 plugin), but can also be started locally.
Twoftpd is an FTP server that strives to be secure, simple, and efficient. None of the commands can cause execution of other programs, and the normal model of execution does a chroot to the logged in user's directory immediately after authentication. The name "twoftpd" comes from the fact that there are two parts to the server: an authenticating front end, which contains no file or data transfer code, and one of two back ends, which contain all the data transfer code.