DIIT provides a simple tool that can hide a message inside a 24-bit colour image so that knowing how it was embedded, or performing statistical analysis, does not make it any easier to find the concealed information. It also provides a framework for implementing other steganography algorithms for use in the tool.
Eckbox is van Eck Phreaking tool that interprets a radio signal emanating from a computer's monitor to recreate the image (in black and white) that is displayed on it. It could be used as a valuable security tool for testing otherwise secure computers or for developing hardware and software to counter this type of remote shoulder-surfing. It is not intended to be used for illegal purposes, and includes information on the hardware required.
Motiontrack is a set of tools that detects motion between two images. It is able to successfully distinguish random flicker from real object movement by applying a set of filters to the images, and can optionally ignore given colors and/or image regions. The roadmap provides for being able to identify objects by pattern detection and AI routines. Currently, this part is able to turn line-art images into ASCII-art text and auto-align images which are slightly staggered or contorted. This might also be useful to correct the perspective of image sources from different 3D angles.
NetMAX DeskTOP is a Linux-based, Windows applications compatible, intuitive graphical environment that works right out of the box and offers unrivaled compatibility with any personal computer. It is designed to be usable by people who are not computer savvy. It eliminates the problems with viruses, spyware, adware, and bugs that plague the Windows platform. NetMAX DeskTOP also works as a PC repair and recovery system. It boots from CDROM and does not modify the target PC volumes unless directed to do so.