Port Explorer - Port Explorer allows you to see all the open network ports/sockets on your system and which programs own them. Along with this ability it also has many tools including a packet sniffer, bandwidth throttling and country detection to name just a few.
Fast Port Scanner - Scans about 400 ports a second. It supports both the TCP/IP and UDP protocols. Select address ranges to scan multiple interfaces or hosts. Open ports will found will have suspected trojans listed. Free for website monitoring service clients.
Quake I port for Nokia Series 60 - The speed of digital hardware progress is really amazing. Moores law (doubling of CPU speed every 1.5 year) is still alive, typical time-to-live of personal home computer is not more then 2-3 years, after that it is considered *ancient* and can hardly be sold for any money. More and more often, there
AppGini, It's Genius! - Remember, what was the hardest part in coding your last Web project? Id bet, you have spent the greatest deal of the development time over creating the database and working out all kinds of data handling scripts. Can you imagine that done in just a few mouse clicks and without ever logging in to the console or opening