Nautilus secure phone is a program that allows two parties to hold a secure voice conversation. Released in May of 1995, it ran on ordinary phone lines using a pair of modems (one at each end). It was meant as an answer to NSA's attempts to force "key escrow" on encrypted communication. Later versions of the program could also use TCP, i.e. the Internet. After the original developers abandoned the project, it was taken over by German maintainers. Actual development focuses on porting to the ARM platform and portability.
neXtgen Povray Editor (XPE) is a graphical editor for Povray based on wxWidgets library. It looks like a modern code editor (like Kdevelop, Netbeans, or Eclipse) but is focused on Povray. It is organized to optimize work space and includes numerous features (nearly all those from Povray's Windows version and many other extra features).
The Neptuner codebase management tool suite includes programs for: code browsing, review, complexity analysis, and code reformatting. Share your codebase easily as browse-packs. UBoat Browse-Packs allow others to browse through, comment on, and review your code with just a Web browser.
nescom is a suite of assembler and linker tools for the CPU used in the NES/Famicom. It can produce xa65-compatible relocatable object files, IPS format patches, raw binary images, and ROM images in INES format. nescom is a sister project of snescom, and shares much of the syntax and features.
netPanzer is an online multiplayer tactical warfare game designed for play across the Internet and over LAN systems. One on one games are possible via direct connect or modem. Each player has many units of different types at their disposal. The game is real-time, based on quick tactical action and unit management.
netjukebox is a Web-based media jukebox for MPD, VideoLAN, and Winamp/httpQ. It features realtime MP3 streaming from different audio formats. Users can download single tracks or a whole album in one zip file. It is also possible to batch-transcode the whole music collection to another format or bitrate without touching the original files.