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Drill - a desktop file search utility that uses clever crawling instead of indexing:

gosearch is an attempt to create the Windows file search tool Everything for Linux 5.1+, written in Go: is an app that provides secure client side file encryption using the AES-GCM algorithm. It's fast, secure and Serverless, the app never uploads the files to the server. It encrypts any type of files at any size within seconds:

WindowGrid is a modern window management program:

mailgo - a different mailto: more possibilities, less spam:

The Dissenter web browser is built for The People, not advertisers. Block Big Tech ads and trackers by default. Discover a comment section on every URL online:

Piping-server - streaming data transfer server over HTTP/HTTPS:

Tusk - refined Evernote desktop app:

HTTP View free - intercept HTTP(S) with one click, explore & examine traffic up close, and discover exactly what your code is sending:

Note: Comment section on Dissenter is built on Gab.

pe-sieve - scans a given process. Recognizes and dumps a variety of potentially malicious implants (replaced/injected PEs, shellcodes, hooks, in-memory patches):

fibridge - access huge files in the user's browser externally over HTTP (Linux):

panzer: is a free command line tool which checks a server's service on any port for the support of TLS/SSL ciphers, protocols as well as recent cryptographic flaws and more (Linux):

Stoic Joker:
Only got one that I've been using extensively hear lately: Nartec IIS Crypto

In spite of the name, it's not just for IIS, it's for any Windows computer that you want to get control of the SSL/TLS protocol versions for. Simple clean interface lets you disable or reenable any of the security protocols that are being exploited in the wild.

Why reenable the problem protocols?? ...Sometimes they are required for older (mission critical) software that has to be used (i.e. MSSQL 2005 requires TLS1.0).

IIS Crypto distinguishes between client and server side and easily allows you to turn on/off needed or needed rid of older security protocols.

Oh Yeah … And it's free!


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