sqlmap is a penetration testing tool that automates the process of detecting and exploiting SQL injection flaws and taking over of database servers. It comes with a detection engine, many niche features, and a broad range of switches including database fingerprinting, data fetching from the database, and accessing the underlying file system and executing commands on the operating system via out-of-band connections.
Apache OpenMeetings is a multi-language customizable video-conferencing and collaboration system. It supports audio/video and allows you to see the desktop of any participant. It includes a whiteboard, the ability to import a variety of image formats, invitations, a moderation system, backup and language modules, private and public conference rooms, and the ability to record meetings. The project also provides integrations for Asterisk, Jira, Confluence, Moodle, Sakai, and SugarCRM, and connectors for LDAP and ADS.
Uhura is a Web console for databases. It works with MySQL, PostgreSQL, and FirebirdSQL. It presents trees that let you browse databases, tables, columns, constraints, triggers, views, and procs. It has panels for history and fragments. Its editor features autocompletion and autoindenting. It is easy to install.
BoneCP is a Java JDBC connection pool implementation that is tuned for high performance by minimizing lock contention to give greater throughput for your applications. It currently beats all known connection pools, including C3P0 and DBCP, as shown on the benchmark section on the site.
ODBC-link is a dblink-style implementation of PostgreSQL database links. It allows users to connect from PostgreSQL to any other ODBC compliant database such as Informix, Oracle, DB2, MySQL, etc. You can integrate data from remote databases into your local query results. Writing requests is fully supported. The implementation is SQL/MED compliant.
AGENCY is software that allows non-profit organizations to track data and manage operations. It is a fork and continuation of CHASERS. AGENCY aims to become a collectively-maintained and developed project that puts organizations in charge of their data systems. There are currently two “flavors” of AGENCY: one for managing clients and services, case management, and such (think “social service”); and one for managing donations and volunteers (think “fundraising”). Features include a report generator, permissions and access control, the ability to merge reports to OpenOffice documents, a log system, and real-time alerts with email notification. In the client version, many tables and data structures are already set up for organizations doing human service, homeless services, or HMIS. The donor version is set up to track donors, addresses, gifts (cash and inkind), flags, volunteers, volunteer activities, and more.
Maatkit is a toolkit for users, developers, and administrators of open-source databases. It is high-quality, formally tested software that is well documented and has an active open-source developer community. It has some unusual goals: all tools are standalone, with minimal dependencies and no need for installation. Documentation is embedded in the tools themselves. There are many other nice attributes, too. Most of Maatkit’s functionality is designed for MySQL. It makes MySQL easier and safer to manage. It provides simple, predictable ways to do things you cannot otherwise do. You can use Maatkit to prove replication is working correctly, fix corrupted data, automate repetitive tasks, speed up your servers, and much more. In addition to MySQL, there is support for PostgreSQL, Memcached, and a growing variety of other databases and technologies.
Collectables Database is a simple, easy-to-use application for using the control and data management capabilities of Postgres to catalog various kinds of collections. It delivers content in a format that is easy to use and manipulate within the convenience of a modern Web browser. The initial focus of the application is on cataloging a comic book collection. Collectables Database can run from a hosted Web server or on the user's local machine through the use of a virtual appliance.