The RegLookup project is devoted to direct analysis of Windows NT-based registry files. RegLookup provides command line tools, a C API, and a Python module for accessing registry data structures. The project has a focus on providing tools for digital forensic examiners (though it is useful for many purposes), and includes algorithms for retrieving deleted data structures from registry hives.
GrokEVT is a collection of scripts built for reading Windows® NT/2K/XP/2K3 event log files. The scripts work together on one or more mounted Windows partitions to extract all information needed (registry entries, message templates, and log files) to convert the logs to a human-readable format.
Bletchley is a real-world cryptanalysis framework. It was created to assist with the detection, analysis, and exploitation of cryptographic flaws and aims to help automate the tedious aspects of this analysis while leaving the security expert in control of the process. It features automated token encoding detection (36 encoding variants), passive ciphertext block length and repetition analysis, a script generator for efficient automation of HTTP requests, and a flexible, multithreaded padding oracle attack library with CBC-R support.
XOR is pre-WW2 encryption
Honestly, it is great to try contributing to the open source movement, but this approach to securing data can be trivially broken.
There are many (gnupg, openssl, etc) implementations of data encryption that are much more secure and already free...
Development of this project has been discontinued.
There are plenty of other GPL-ed neural network libraries out there
libneural (http://ieee.uow.edu.au/~daniel/software/libneural/)), and
I felt that building another was not necessary. Downloads of this
library will be available, probably indefinately, but there are no plans
to release new versions at this point. If someone is interested in
picking up the project and improving upon it, I would love to hear about
it. I would be willing to provide hosting resources, in this case.