CryptoTE is a text editor with integrated strong cryptography. It is based on the popular Scintilla widget and automatically stores text data in secure encrypted container files. Compared to other "password keeper" programs, CryptoTE does not force any structure upon your data: it works with plain ASCII text and does not require you to fill in grids, key-value attributes, or descriptions. Encryption is transparently performed using the highly-secure Serpent cipher. The editing interface is thoroughly optimized for speed and ease of use. Multiple subfiles, Quick-Find, and a two-click random password generator make daily use very convenient.
x2search is a crawler based on machine learning algorithms that finds pages and documents that are similar to given positive and different to given negative examples. The learned classifiers can be exported and saved for later reuse. It features multiple settings for searching by domain/server, etc. and has a plug-in mechanism for adding document types to be searched.
Morris is an implementation of Nine Men's Morris that also supports several rule-variants and different board layouts (including Morabaraba). You can play against the computer, or play against another human opponent. The computer opponent learns from previous games and tries not to make the same mistake twice. This ensures continuous variation in game play, should you manage to beat the program. Furthermore, the program can give move hints and provides unlimited undo/redo.
stegfs is a Fuse based file system which provides absolute security. Using encryption to secure files, and the art of steganography to hide them, stegfs aims to ensure that the existence of such files isn't guaranteed. Implemented as a Fuse based file system and using the mhash and mcrypt libraries to provide the cryptographic hash and symmetric block cipher functions, stegfs is at the cutting edge of secure file system technology.
Every five minutes, Tumblefile copies all files on your Desktop to a folder such as ~/Documents/2009-07-July/25-Saturday, prepending a timestamp (like 20090727.1645) to the filename. Meanwhile, its little window sits in the system tray. It is a way to automatically keep your Desktop cleared and files organized.