Gammu+ is a tool for developers and users to help explore cellular phones functionality over Bluetooth, infrared, or cable. It currently supports, for example, various Nokia devices. Depending on the phone model, it can manage the phone book, calendar, todo, notes, SMS, MMS, and phone filesystem (with such tasks as backup/restore for data using files/PostgreSQL, sending SMS, viewing MMS, and more).
JAP makes it possible to browse the Web anonymously and unobservably. JAP uses a single static address which is shared by many JAP users. That way, neither the visited Web site nor an eavesdropper can determine which user visited which Web site. Instead of connecting directly to a Web server, users take a detour, connecting with encryption through several intermediaries, so-called mixes.
AXIGEN is a fast, reliable and secure mail server with an open architecture. It is designed for easy management and allows full control of the email traffic from a central Web/CLI admin module. AXIGEN provides ESMTP, IMAP, and POP3 services and has been tested with standard mail clients. A special Webmail module enables email access and delivery from Web browsers. During the evaluation period, users are provided with full technical support.
Waveform is a small application that draws and exports function graphs (such as y = sin(x)) especially for use with audio programs as waveforms. It is limited to only one graph because it is not designed for other uses, and it only outputs .wav files. It can display graphs on the screen, render .wav waveform files from them, and preview them through Open Sound System. The application has been tested on Linux (CRUX 1.3) and Windows 98SE, but the sound output only works in Linux (OSS).