YaCy is a search engine that anyone can use to index the Internet (WWW and FTP) or to create a search portal for others (Internet or intranet). The scale of YaCy is limited only by the number of users. and can index billions of web pages. In P2P mode it is fully decentralized. All users of the search engine network are equal and it is not possible for anyone to censor the content of the distributed index.
AnomicFTPD is an RFC959-compliant FTP server with OS- independent user and group management. Active and passive modes, non-root mode, and anonymous and/or read-only modes are supported. A built-in client IP filter acts as a firewall and provides additional access limitation. The server has no online interface; attributes, groups, and user accounts are configured through text files. The protocol/ format-unspecified LIST command produces output that is compatible with most FTP clients, including common Web browsers in FTP mode.
MantaRay is a distributed, peer-to-peer, server-less communication and messaging solution for Java (JMS), C++, and .NET applications. It integrates with JBoss, WebLogic, and WebSphere and offers guaranteed delivery, security, and transactions. It supports the TCP, SSL, and HTTP protocols.
Blueproxy is a simple proxy server to convert Bluetooth RFCOMM connections into TCP connections. This frees Bluetooth application programmers from having to worry about getting Bluetooth bindings for their language of choice. Notable features include sending preambles to allow a single TCP server to aggregrate multiple Bluetooth sensors, and a scanning mode to continuously detect Bluetooth devices entering into range of a sensor. It currently supports the Linux Bluez stack, FreeBSD 5, and has limited support for Mac OS X.
SimMon is a cross platform monitoring tool which runs on almost any OS that supports the Java Virtual Machine 1.4+. Monitoring is done through the execution of existing monitoring scripts (Perl/VBS) or existing shell commands. Currently monitoring scripts are available for Solaris, Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows based systems. Network devices can be monitored via the integrated SNMPv1 scheduler.
NEye is a Netflow V5 collector. It logs incoming Netflow V5 data to ASCII, MySQL, or SQLite databases, and it makes full use of POSIX threads if available. It works on most major platforms (Linux, Solaris, AIX, Irix, HP/UX, Mac OS X, Digital Unix, etc.) and older ones too (Ultrix, Nextstep, etc.).