Visifire is a set of data visualization components powered by Microsoft Silverlight. It lets you create and embed visually stunning animated Silverlight Charts within minutes. Visifire is easy to use and independent of the server side technology. It can be used with ASP, ASP.Net, PHP, JSP, ColdFusion, Ruby on Rails, or just simple HTML. Visifire's unique features are visually stunning animated charts, the ability to be embedded into any Web page in minutes, a tiny footprint (140 KB), and enterprise grade features.
CHM Reader is an extension to allow Firefox to read Compiled HTML (.chm) files. After installation, with "File | Open CHM File", you can open a CHM file in Firefox. With "View | Sidebar | CHM Reader" or "Ctrl-E", a sidebar that contains topics and an index of the CHM files will be shown.
For high traffic Web sites, Proto Balance Advanced provides connection rate limiting per second and limits the total number of connections. Both are done on a per-client basis. It has a complete Web configuration interface. The IP address of each connecting Web browser is recorded along with its connection stats. It is scalable to millions of clients and handles 10,000 concurrent connections. It performs server backend load balancing with an on-the-fly capability to add and remove servers. Daily and weekly traffic graphs are shown.
Proto Balance SSL negotiates an SSL connection and forwards the plain HTTP connection to your Web server. Certificate management like request generation, vendor certificate installation, and key generation are all done from an easy-to-use Web interface. It load balances connections over multiple Web servers. It performs 1000 SSL transaction per second. Traffic management and on-the-fly redirection of traffic. On-the-fly adding and removal of servers. Traffic accounting and client-connection-rate limits. Denial of server protection. Layer 7 inspection and X-Forwarded-For support.
mod_auth_pubtkt is a simple Web single sign-on (SSO) solution for Apache. It validates authentication tickets provided by the client in a cookie using public-key cryptography (DSA or RSA). Thus, only the login server that generates the tickets needs to possess the private key, while Web servers can verify tickets given only the public key. The implementation of the login server is left to the user, but an example and a library in PHP are provided with the distribution.