- Announcement: Comments Enabled
Posted: 2006-04-18 08:33
We are pleased to announce that the comment system is
finally up and running. Feel free to share your opinions with us.
- Electric Fence: Hunting Heap Overflows
Posted: 2006-04-11 09:19
Electric Fence is a memory debugger for hunting
heap-based buffer overflows. It provides a wrapper around the memory
management functions of the standard C library.
- AppArmor: Much Ado About Nothing
Posted: 2006-04-04 22:26
AppArmor is a framework for enforcing security policies
on processes. Reading, writing and executing other files can be
- Editorial: OS Reviews Mission Statement
Posted: 2006-04-03 09:01
Welcome to OS Reviews! Our mission is to deliver to you
the most useful projects that exist in the world of free software.
- OpenVPN: Virtual Private Networks Made Easy
Posted: 2006-04-03 08:57
OpenVPN is an application to tunnel IP networks over a
single TCP or UDP port in order to create a virtual private network
(VPN). Authentication and encryption is done using the OpenSSL
library. In contrast to IPSec the protocol is simple and robust.
- The Battle for Wesnoth: Hero of Strategy Games
Posted: 2006-04-03 08:51
The Battle for Wesnoth is a turn-based strategy game set
in a fantasy background. Units advance by gaining fighting experience
and can be carried on to the next scenario of a campaign.
- Octave: The Number Cruncher
Posted: 2006-04-03 08:49
Octave is a program for numerical computations. It
provides many functions from all fields of numerical mathematics,
including differentiation, integration, linear algebra and solving of
nonlinear equations. Its syntax is mostly Matlab compliant.
- Knoda: Access Denied
Posted: 2006-04-03 08:45
Knoda is a graphical database frontend. It supports a
variety of database backends and allows to edit and use tables,
queries, forms and reports. A Python scripting environment adds a new
dimension to database programming.
- Xd3d: The Unrecognized Genius
Posted: 2006-04-03 08:41
Xd3d is a package for advanced 2D and 3D
visualization. It is mainly aimed for applications in science and
engineering and supports various input formats.
- OProfile: Behavior Analysis of Your Code
Posted: 2006-04-03 08:36
OProfile is a tool for profiling programs, which is often
used to analyse their performance. OProfile can be used to profile
both userspace and kernel code.
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