wmmclient is a small Window Maker dock applet that connects to a specified MasqDialer server and prints out status information of the current dialup connection, if there is one. Its appearance is similar to the wmppp applet. Two buttons allow you to connect/disconnect to/from the specified mserver. LEDs tell you if you are connected to the mserver and if there's an active dialup connection. If supported by the mserver, the applet will print out some load information.
wpa-buddy is a tool to decrypt WPA-PSK protected traffic, given the passphrase. It can work in real-time (sniffing packets from a network interface) or in batch mode (reading packets from a capture file). It also produces nice output telling you what's going on. wpa-buddy currently supports WPA and WPA2 (this last only in the unstable version).
wshare is a simple solution to share an existing network connection from the commandline. There are two modes, master and client. The master shares an existing network connection (probably to the Internet) via an unused wireless device. The client can connect either through the operating system provided facilities or with this script in client mode.
x-wvdial is an X11-based frontend for wvdial, a simple dialer for Linux. No extra libraries are required. It supports both PPP and ISDN. It can also sync your clock to network time, ping your host, fetch your mail, and run slrnpull for downloading news articles right after connecting.
xLightweb is an easy-to-use HTTP network library to build high performance, highly scalable network applications in Java. xLightweb provides a simple and intuitive API to write client side HTTP applications as well as server side HTTP applications. In contrast to the Servlet API, xLightweb is not only focused on server side programming. xLightweb also supports client side programming by providing high-capacity client side classes such as an HttpClient. It supports both blocking/synchronous programming as well as non-blocking/asynchronous programming.
xlike is a patch collection for the Linux vanilla kernel. It includes as many stable enhancements for the Linux kernel as possible. These include code from Xen, Kernel Mode Linux, Rule Set Based Access Control, Novell AppArmor, Openswan, grsecurity, Linux VServer, Linux-PHC, web100, Nefilters, Suspend2, Speakup, SquashFS, UnionFS, Bootsplash, BadRAM, and more. It also contains many drivers and fixes.