Fast Track Systems Monitor (FTMON) is a monitoring engine that can be integrated with other systems management vendor solutions. It also defines a standard that allows applications/devices to be instrumented rapidly. The intent is to allow writing an FTMON monitor for virtually every device or application, and that any detected problems from these monitors will be able to be forwarded to any systems management solution. It is currently completely configuration file based.
Lizard Safeguard PDF Security software encrypts PDF documents to prevent unauthorized viewing, copying, sharing, modifying, printing, and saving in unprotected form. It can also restrict the number of times an authorized operation can be performed. It prevents screenshots from being taken. Documents can be set to expire after a certain time, and permission to use a document can be instantly revoked. The software can be rebranded with your own company information. A simple-to-use Web-based administration system lets you control customer access.
gHttp is a class that implements an HTTP stream wrapper that can be used to access Web pages like files. It can submit HTTP POST and GET requests using regular PHP access functions with support for authentication and using proxy servers. It provides the stream wrappers ghttp, phttp, ghttps, and phttps for performing HTTP GET and POST requests respectively using SSL or not. They can also be used as replacements for the regular HTTP stream wrappers under PHP 5.1 or later. Optionally, it can cache the responses of the same HTTP requests in files of a given directory.
This project intends to provide C++ programmers with an easy interface to logging facilities such as stderr, log files, syslog, and others that might come in handy later on. The interface is provided by global std::ostream objects similar to cout and cerr, allowing programmers to easily port programs to this library. One of it's main features is the ability to define debug levels, for which only inferior levels would be output. This project came from the need to have a really simple interface for debugging that required very few changes to existing code that uses cout and cerr.