DB_eSession is a feature-packed PHP class that stores session data in a MySQL database rather than files. It is powerful, designed with security in mind, and is easy to utilize. The code contains lots of comments, and it comes with full documentation and examples of how to use the class including a basic authentication login/logout process. It includes member functions useful (to webmasters) for monitoring or viewing, deleting, and altering sessions validity for the case of locking one or more sessions upon detection of unauthorized use.
Embedded HTTP Server (EHS) is a C++ class which can be inherited from to give HTTP server functionality to any class or application. It supports form data via POST or GET, setting and reading cookies, and uploads via multi-part form attachments. It is useful for adding Web-based administration or statistics to any C++ program. It also supports HTTPS for doing secure transactions.
Gravacacher is very simple and lightweight caching server designed for one specific purpose: to cache avatar images from services like www.gravatar.com, which provide "globally recognized avatars". Typically, Gravacacher will be deployed on sites that host blogs or forums which depend on gravatars. Gravacacher supports a security mechanism that allows it to answer only queries made via URLs generated by your server software, such as blog or forum engines, permanent cached entities, and both positive and negative TTLs when caching.
I(2) Drive is an online storage solution that allows personal and corporate users to manage their important information from anywhere. It provides client and server software for accessing and sharing files through a Web interface and WebDAV clients either as a hosted service or an in-house install.
IP Traffic Volume uses Linux kernel iptables to log incoming and outgoing bytes though your network device(s) and can dump summarized log statistics in ASCII to the console or display in HTML via the included CGI interface for displaying on a Web server. It is highly configurable as to what kind of traffic is counted, e.g. to and from specific ports and/or specific IP addresses or groups of ports and addresses. It uses a mininum of resources and doesn't need a database for the logged data.