ProxyTrack is a simple proxy server that delivers content archived by HTTrack sessions. It can aggregate multiple download caches, for direct use (through any browser) or as an upstream cache slave server. This proxy can handle HTTP/1.1 proxy connections, and is able to reply to ICPv2 requests for an efficient integration within other cache servers, such as Squid. It can also handle transparent HTTP requests to allow cached live connections inside an offline network.
The MM3-WebAssistant Proxy Offline Browser archives Web pages that have been visited with your browser to be used online and offline. When offline, each page is available with its original URL, so the user sees no difference between surfing in the Internet or the archive. You can even use your bookmarks offline. The archive can be used efficiently by marking and highlighting words. This proxy also allows mobile users to access Internet information when they don't have Internet access.
The FAAC project includes the AAC encoder FAAC and decoder FAAD2. It supports several MPEG-4 object types (LC, Main, LTP, HE AAC, PS) and file formats (ADTS AAC, raw AAC, MP4), multichannel and gapless en/decoding as well as MP4 metadata tags. The codecs are compatible with standard-compliant audio applications using one or more of these profiles.
The Enhanced File Crypt/eXtended File Stealth System (EFC/XFSS) makes your uploaded files safe on the server so that no one can read them without knowing a few details to decipher the files. It generates different obfuscated names and encrypted files so no one will know what the original format or name was.
MM3WebAssistant Proxy Offline Browser Pro archives visited Web pages with your browser to be used online or offline. Offline, each page is available with its original URL. There is no difference between browsing the Internet or the archive. You can even use your bookmarks offline. Search, navigation, and marking make efficient use possible. It allows mobile users to access Internet information when they don't have Internet access.