Leah HTTP Daemon is a Web server strives to do everything a Web host would want efficiently and quickly. It aims for fast data transfer, high throughput, low overhead, support for running on as many architectures and platforms as possible (within reason), and support for new technologies and standards. It supports SSL/TLS, CGI, POST/GET, transfer resuming/cache features, templated directory listings and error pages, IPv6 support, multiple languages, VHost-specific settings, and more.
LeahGet (LGet) is a simple HTTP resource retrieval utility developed for universal use. The goal of this project is to produce a multiple-platform utility which takes full advantage of new and/or useful mechanisms, such as IPv6 support, large-file transfers, HTTP v1.1 extended features (chunked/resuming), high-compression encodings, bandwidth throttling, and SSL/TLS, to name a few.
libstratanetsh (previously called "libnetshclient") is a POSIX/ANSI C library for use in the development of applications which require direct communication (using the "strata netsh" protocol) with a Foxmoxie Networks STRATA-family router (or any server-type-application that supports the protocol). This library employs both IPv4 and IPv6, as well as GnuTLS encryption, and may be used at either the client end or the server end.
"Stupid Simple VPN" is a virtual private networking program contained as source in a 7.0KB tarball. It does not daemonize, and is intended to create a temporary VPN for emergency circumstances when you "just need a pipe" without the hassle of authentication, keys, encryption, and compression. It runs on OS X using the tuntaposx driver and Linux 2.6 using the native tuntap driver.
> An SSL/TLS library under the GPL. Yuck!
> What's the
> purpose of this except of having a GNU
> label in front of
> a SSL library?
> OpenSSL can do the same, while having a
> much more
> reasonable license.
good point. i say the same about linux, what a
stupid project, let's just all use windows because it
works the way we all expect it to.