Canari is a rapid transform development framework for Maltego. The original focus of Canari was to provide a set of transforms which would aid in the execution of penetration tests and vulnerability assessments. Ever since its first prototype, it has become evident that the framework can be used for much more than that. Canari is perfect for anyone wishing to graphically represent their data in Maltego without the hassle of learning a whole bunch of unnecessary stuff. It has generated interest from digital forensics analysts to pen-testers, and even psychologists. Canari's core features include an easily extensible and configurable framework which promotes maximum reusability, a set of powerful and easy-to-use scripts for debugging, configuring, and installing transforms, and a great number of community-provided transforms.
Wunderbar is a program which is able to identify mislabeled samples in genotype data when a few extra independent genotypes are available ("genetic barcoding"). Wunderbar calculates the likelihood that genotype mismatches have occurred by chance. It is capable of reliable and sensitive detection of sample mismatches and swaps even in the presence of numerous genotyping errors and in the presence of linkage disequibrilium between the individual genotypes. It only requires a few SNPs to work well.
Project REI is Web-based software designed to allow rapid creation of data handling interfaces. Its goal is to reduce the number of small, unique, often heavily scripted solutions, which have been implemented to support departments in daily business. This is done by providing centralized access to many different interfaces to fulfill different needs. In short, Project REI is used to replace overblown spreadsheets and local databases. Setting up interfaces is done through a central GUI and allows for immediate results. Changes to interfaces can be seen and tested in real time. Even though it cannot fulfill all needs, many mundane but still important requirements can be supported with little effort.
Vanubi is a programming editor highly inspired by Emacs but with a more modern fashion. It aims to be unobtrusive yet smart, simple yet complete with the necessary components built in (monolithic), keyboard based with contextual help, file/directory based (not project based), and fast to open for rapid file editing. It features splitting views, auto indent, sessions, fuzzy search everywhere, git support with side gutter and grep, emacs-like and shell-like key bindings, integration with the shell, and an ad-hoc scripting language.
Mover is a system designed to move mail while eliminating as much metadata as possible. In fact, it eliminates virtually all metadata, except for the order and possibly the time that a message arrives at a given site. Addresses are encryption keys. The encrypted messages are sent to all mover locations. The intended recipient uses their key to decrypt the message.