Calcc is a quick and easy to use console calculator available in two versions for the handling of numbers of 32-bit and 64-bit maximum. It supports multiple input and output formats and various operators: hexadecimal, binary, base4, various time identifiers, float and double, decimal, octal, IPv4/v6 address, percentage, base32, base64, ASCII, exponential, parentheses, complement, not, shift, rotate, xor, or, power, root, byte and bit swapping, multiplication, division, modulus, addition, subtraction and more. It can also be used like a quick number converter.
DTMF2NUM is a tool for decoding DTMF and MF tones from PCM wave files. It supports any type of wave file, automatic optimizations (DC bias adjust and normalization), and both WAV and raw PCM data. The program has been successfully tested with many audio files, including ones that are highly dirty and damaged (for example, recorded with a microphone in a room or at very low volumes or with some noise).
Gslist is a console game server browser which is able to retrieve the online servers by contacting the master server, master.gamespy.com. It supports over 800 games for different platforms and has many options and features, including the sending of heartbeats, the filtering of the servers list (country, name, port, players, and more), the launching of a specific application for each server found, the querying of a server, an update option for the latest supported games, an output selector, a GUI accessible through any Web browser, and more.
Proxymini is a proxy server that fully supports HTTP, HTTP CONNECT (for HTTPS and so on), SOCKS4 (TCP and TCP bind), and SOCKS5 (TCP, TCP bind, and UDP). It's designed to be small, and for being used in trusted environments where there is no need for complex or advanced options. Double-click on it and it will work immediately. It supports some options like the binding of a specific interface for incoming or outgoing connections, a custom port to bind (the default is 8123), and stdout and file verbose logging.
Signsrch is a tool that searches for signatures inside raw files and executables. It can recognize a large number of compression, multimedia, and encryption algorithms and many other things like known strings and portions of anti-debugging code. Definitions can be manually added, since they are based on an ease-to-modify text signature file that is read at runtime. It also supports the scanning of processes, conversion of executable memory offsets, 8, 16, 32 and 64 bits, float and double, plus automatic CRC table creation and C style strings.