SiteLock is a tool for creating password protected areas on your Web site and taking total control of your site's users, It features a simple, yet powerful online admin section and a public area that guide you through complex operations like password protecting directories, creating/editing new members, automatically approving new registrations, suspending accounts, setting account expiry dates, sending mass newsletters, and much more.
QuickUML is a software design tool that provides extensive integration and ease-of-use for a core set of UML models. An entire project is accessible through a tabbed window with smooth integration between use cases, class models, object models, a dictionary, and code. The project is saved as an XML file. Use cases capture the essence of user-visible functions the system must perform and link to models, code, foreign files, or other use case entries to provide a foundation for development. Class models may contain classes, interfaces, components, packages, and other objects. Sequence diagrams illustrate how objects interact with emphasis on the order in which things occur. Horizontal operation connections are drawn between vertical lifelines under objects, modules, and packages. QuickUML contains advanced features for multiple language projects, design namespaces, UML stereotype extensions, flexible color support, custom detail fields, and automated generation of class models from the dictionary. An integrated code manager enables a designer to navigate through code files linked to use cases and diagram objects.
Spider Linker provides the ability to efficiently make all content on a Web site, particularly dynamic content, available to Internet search engines. It discovers content on one or more Web sites, and creates a table of contents (TOC) of all the content in a format that is friendly to search engine spiders. HTML, XML, sitelist.txt, and Harvest Control List formats are supported, and custom formats can be constructed. Since it provides FTP, HTTP/HTTPS, upload, and email publishing mechanisms, it can also support XML feeds and other URL submission strategies.
STADRIN adds strong authentication to system services that support PAM. It allows Linux applications to use strong one -time passwords (OTP) instead of weak static passwords. One-time passwords are generated by the VASCO authentication calculator and are protected by a user defined PIN.