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Pound 2.1 by Robert Segall
Pound is a reverse load balancer, HTTP proxy and SSL wrapper. It proxies client HTTPS requests to HTTP backend servers, distributes the requests among several servers while keeping sessions, supports HTTP/1.1 requests even if the backend server(s) are HTTP/1.0, and sanitizes requests.
Here are so…
httping 1.2.2 by Folkert van Heusden
httping is a "ping"-like tool for HTTP requests. Give it a URL and it will show how long it takes to connect, send a request, and retrieve the reply (only the headers).
httping can be used for monitoring or statistical purposes (measuring latency).
What's New in This Release:
One can now set…
Scilla 0.9.9 by Jelle van 't Veer
Scilla is a program that answers media file requests and takes conversion parameters for various media converters. Manipulated media files will be cached for future requests. Scilla is designed to take requests using the servlet API. A HttpServlet is included because it maps path-info to a file and…
WWW::Meta::XML::Browser 0.08 by Benjamin Boksa
WWW::Meta::XML::Browser is a Perl module to simulate a browser session described in a XML file.
my $session = WWW::Meta::XML::Browser->new();
cwhoisd 0.9.3 by Begumisa Gerald M
cwhoisd project is a highly scalable, fast, lightweight daemon which aims to implement most of the RFC 1834 whois server specification.
Featuring database connection pooling, it has built-in support for MySQL.
cwhoisd is multithreaded and features a powerful set of Access Control List rules…
Suite-C Web 20060729 by Jason Turner
Suite-C Web is a collection of modules for Drupal that allow a church to manage itself and communicate with its memebers.
Suite-C Web project currently consists of a PrayerRequests module, which lets Web site visitors submit prayer requests and later mark requests as 'answered' (or no longer rele…
f2w helpdesk 1.6 by scav
f2w helpdesk it's a helpdesk support system based on requests (some people call them tickets), with a simple web interface. Requests can be classified into categories and assigned a priority.
Categories are associated with specific well-defined problem areas, and f2w helpdesk provides a way to ma…
mod_parmguard 1.3c by Jerome Delamarche
mod_parmguard filters script parameters and avoid evil requests.
Apache 1.3, 2.x
- Intercept any request based on REGEXP
- Check parameters constraints
- you can parameter the returned error code
- default behaviour with catch-all paramet…
ConfirmBeforeDelete 0.1.4 by Paolo Kaosmos
ConfirmBeforeDelete is a Thunderbird extension which introduces some additionally confirm requests.
Confirmation requests of "ConfirmBeforeDelete":
delete directly the mail with shift+delete;
delete the contacts in the addressbook and in the contacts panel;
empty the trash;
delete mails a…
mod_spambot 0.47 by Nigel Horne
Mod_Spambot is an Apache module which monitors the data being downloaded from a server. When the number of requests for a client exceeds a preset level no more downloads are allowed for a preset time.
When this happens the client received a tailored message informing them of what has happend. Man…
Apache Intrusion Detection Module 1.0 by Burak DAYIOGLU
Apache Intrusion Detection Module is a simple tool to find out intrusion attempts by examining the client requests in real time.
This is a simple attempt to build an Intrusion Detection Module for Apache. It is being run at two different sites successfully but there is a performance penalty as th…
HappyHTTP 0.1 by Ben Campbell
HappyHTTP is a simple C++ library for issuing HTTP requests and processing responses.
Here are some key features of "HappyHTTP":
Simple to integrate - just drop in the .h and .cpp files
Easy-to-use interface (example)
Non-blocking operation, suitable for use in game update loops
pkipplib 0.07 by Jerome Alet and Rachel Vaudron
pkipplib is a Python library which can prepare IPP requests with the help of a somewhat high level API. These requests can then be sent to an IPP printer or print server (e.g. CUPS).
pkipplib library can also parse IPP answers received, and create high level Python objects from them.
Both of t…
Redirex 1.0 by John Walker
Redirex is a small, lightweight Perl server which intercepts HTTP requests sent to the old address and redirects them to the site's new home. Handy when you change the IP address of a Web server and discover that, months later, requests still rain in from search engines and other sites which have li…
Calamaris 188.8.131.52 by Cord Beermann
Calamaris parses logfiles from Squid, NetCache, Inktomi Traffic Server, Oops! proxy server, Novell Internet Caching System, Compaq Tasksmart or iplanet/Netscape Web Proxy Server and generates a report. Written in perl5.
Here are some key features of "Calamaris":
mod_ifier 0.8 by Steve Kemp
mod_ifier is a simple Apache2 module which intercepts each incoming HTTP request to your webserver. mod_ifier allows you to reject malicious, buggy, or unwanted clients. Consider it an intelligent Apache-specific firewall!
Clients are rejected by a series of rules which you will need to create yo…
Kernux 1.0 by Girish A., Krishnendusekhar J.
Kernux project is a fully kernel-mode http-daemon for Linux. Currently Kernux is in it's developing stage. Similiar developments in the same area were khttpd by Arjan van de van and Tux web-server by Ingo Molnar.
Khttpd was included in the linux testing kernel 2.5 by Linus Torvalds. But it was ac…
xitalk 1.2.0 by Caolan McNamara
xitalk intercepts stuff like talk and write requests and allows predefined responses (such as a talk reply) anf the touch of a button. stops you getting your xterms filled with garbage when you dont want to have your xterm obscured.
You can click on respond and avoid having to manually open anoth…
vICQ 0.4.2 by Alexander Timoshenko
vICQ is simple ICQ client written in Perl with the look and feel of micq. These are some features: sending messages, receiving messages, invisible handling, receiving contacts and contact requests, receiving URL messages, receiving offline messages of all types, ACKing offline messages, receiving au…
mod_proxy_add_uri 0.01 by T.J. Mather
mod_proxy_add_uri adds X-Original-URI header to outgoing proxy requests. Useful when you have a light mod_proxy in front of your fat backend.
To use the module you have to compile it into the frontend part of your server, I usually copy the module to apache-1.3/src/modules/extra/ and use APACI li…
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