VShell Server is a secure alternative to Telnet and FTP that gives you the strong encryption, trusted authentication, and data integrity you need to securely access network resources and transfer data. It is simple to install and set up, enabling you to quickly deploy and fine tune your server environment to comply with internal policies and external regulations. Its extensive configuration options and trusted authentication methods give you the right balance between protecting your network and providing your employees and customers with access to the data they need. Access control lists (ACLs) and virtual directory structures enforce your security policy, while "triggers" initiates protective or corrective measures if it looks like a security problem is developing.
Lux23 is a front end for the Heyu X10 automation program. It provides a command line interface for configuring and controlling the X-10 UX23A "VCR Commander II" RF-to-IR converter device. The converter emulates IR remote controls for TV, VCR, DVD, cable box, satellite box, and CD appliances from a variety of manufacturers. A cable with three IR emitters is shipped with the device, providing for control of up to three compatible appliances via RF signals. It requires an X-10 CM17A "Firecracker" device to transmit the RF signals.
Petals on a Rose Game is a computer version of the famous riddle/puzzle game called Petals on a Rose. It is rumored that Bill Gates was stumped by it for two days. It's usually played with a group of friends and a set of 5 dice. The game master rolls the dice and tells everyone the answer. This computer version of the puzzle works similarly, only in this case the computer plays as the game master. There is no source included because that would give away the answer. The binaries were made as universal as possible.
IDAutomation MICR CMC-7 Fonts includes high quality MICR CMC-7 fonts, which are used for bank check printing in Brazil, Mexico, France Spain, and most Spanish speaking countries. It includes the fonts at various width intensities to support multiple printer types. This CMC-7 MICR font contains ten specially designed numeric characters, 0 through 9, and five special symbols for magnetic recognition and optical character recognition systems. TrueType, OpenType, PostScript, and PCL font versions are included in this Magnetic Ink Character Recognition font.
Privateer Gemini Gold is is a reimplementation of Privateer, an engaging space piracy and trading game from the early 1990's. It is available for many platforms with the inflight and ground art redone at 800x600 as well as with all the familiar controls from the original. Just like the original, you start poor, with an old scout class ship in a sparsely populated system in the Gemini Sector. As usual, you must try to get money through various mission assignments from which you can purchase better ships and upgrades. It's your choice how to explore Gemini and align with the various factions, earn your money as a merchant, bounty hunter, traitor, or pirate.
The Google Singleton Detector, or GSD, is a tool which analyzes Java bytecode and detects the use of Singletons. It's not quite as simple as that, however. First, GSD doesn't only detect singletons; it detects four different types of global state, including singletons, hingletons, mingletons, and fingletons. Second, it outputs a graph with all these different types of static state highlighted, and shows all the classes that are directly dependent on them. The point of this tool is to allow you to see all of the uses of global state inside a project, as well as how they are all interrelated.
IDAutomation Codabar Font Advantage is a set of fonts for printing Codabar barcodes. It includes the fonts in the TrueType, OpenType, PCL, and PostScript formats. The Codabar symbology is used for several numeric barcoding applications including libraries, blood banks, and parcels. The Codabar character set includes numeric characters 0-9, alpha letters A to D, and the following symbols: - $ / +. The package includes twelve versions of both human-readable and non-human-readable versions for different width and height requirements.