Corruption Corrector (CCorr) is a program designed for fixing corrupt files. It is for situations when you have (downloaded) many copies of the same file, but all of the copies are a bit corrupt. If the corruptions are in different parts of the file, it is possible to combine the good bytes from each file and get an uncorrupted copy of the file.
FIRE, the Forensic and Incident Response Environment, (formerly known as Biatchux) is a portable, bootable CD-ROM-based distribution providing an immediate environment for performing forensics analysis, data recovery, virus scanning, and pen-testing. It also provides the necessary tools for live forensics/analysis/incident response.
Defaults Manager is an editor for the User Defaults preferences database on Mac OS X. It allows you to easily view, edit, delete, and backup preferences, and can be used to view and change the preferences in almost any application. It is useful for developers that want to make sure their preferences are being stored and changed correctly, and can be used to unlock features that previously required the use of Terminal.
The ERPXE project simplifies the process of installing and customizing a multi-boot PXE server. Over 100 different plugins are available for download, including Windows, WinPE, Hiren’s Boot CD, Acronis True Image, Symantec Ghost, FOG, Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, CentOS, openSUSE, Gentoo, RIP Linux, Slackware, Backtrack, PartedMagic, and many more.
The GNU Tar Autoloader Patch allows you to automate tape loading (during writing) on any autoloader that supports changing to the next tape with the "mt offline" command. This only has an effect during backup. During restore, you will still have to manually change the tape because tar hops back and forth various times. It behaves exactly as upstream except during a write operation (using the "c" flag) with multiple tapes (using the "M" flag).