Tomkitty is a Web server written in Java. It was conceived initially as a container for Web applications called Turdlets, themselves conceived as a simple alternative to Servlets. The code, though badly documented, has been put together with simplicity and understandability in mind and uses interfaces extensively. The general idea is a clean, stable, and scalable Web server in Java without the complexity and steep learning curve that comes with running the whole Tomcat system.
Cheyenne SecureWebServer platform is a Web server, scalable Java application server, and comprehensive enterprise solution for Apache server. It combines an HTTP firewall, Java, PHP, Perl, and a domain control system with the Apache httpd platform. It provides protection from a range of attacks against Web applications and databases. It is currently available only for Linux systems.
PhishBouncer is an anti-phishing platform based on an HTTP/HTTPS proxy integrating anti-phishing checks that do not depend on block lists or Phish signatures. The checking algorithms make use of the attributes of the Web site being visited, the structure and properties of the referring URL, and the Web site's association with other legitimate Web sites that the user interacts with. The checks are implemented as plug-in interceptors, and it is easy to modify them and add or remove new checks.
HttpdBase4J is an embeddable Java Web server framework that supports HTTP, HTTPS, templated content, and serving content from inside an archive or from the classpath. The classes are easy to extend as they utilize the "don't call us, we'll call you" principle to allow the user to override the framework behavior during all the different phases of the HTTP transaction.
DoxMentor4J is a standalone, cross-platform, Web/AJAX based documentation library that is fully searchable and may be hosted in the file system, in an archive, or embedded in the Java classpath. Users can copy online books or manuals into directories in the library directory structure. DoxMentor4J then provides a dedicated Web server which presents the library as a tree structure on a Web page. Users can navigate through the tree to locate online books.
AppSamurai is a mod_perl based system to protect vulnerable or sensitive Web applications. The target use is in reverse proxy configurations, with an Apache/mod_perl reverse proxy inside a DMZ and a backend Web server in another DMZ or an internal network. AppSamurai's features include a modular, multi-factor authentication system, form based or basic auth based logins, encrypted storage of session data on a proxy, the ability to use any Apache::Session storage type (including databases for clustered deployment), and the ability to configure it from httpd.conf.