Bombadillo is a non-web browser, designed for a growing list of protocols operating outside of the web. This includes Gopher, Gemini, Finger, and your local file system. Other protocols are available as add-ons. Think Lynx, but for everything else.
Buster is a browser extension which helps you to solve difficult captchas by completing reCAPTCHA audio challenges using speech recognition. Challenges are solved by clicking on the extension button at the bottom of the reCAPTCHA widget.
reCAPTCHA challenges remain a considerable burden on the web, delaying and often blocking our access to services and information depending on our physical and cognitive abilities, our social and cultural background, and the devices or networks we connect from.
The difficulty of captchas can be so out of balance, that sometimes they seem friendlier to bots than they are to humans.
The goal of this project is to improve our experience with captchas, by giving us easy access to solutions already utilized by automated systems.
A personal storage server for storing blobs of data. Basically a dumptruck for posts, files, and whatnot. Search, browser, and visualize. Can be mounted as a file system using FUSE. Can back up socnet data. CLI and web UI.
An open source GUI app for Linux which helps you clean out old tempfiles and logs that are taking up disk space. The fact that this also makes for good personal information hygine is parenthetical. Can clean out files for Firefox, bash, Beagle, Flash, and more.
A (relatively) simple graphical web browser and implementation of the Tor (https://torproject.org/) protocol in a single package for browsing the web. Just unzip, make sure you have Java installed, and you're ready to go. It's a little slow right now and is an early release, but it could definitely use testers and developers.
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A web browser developed with penetration testing in mind. Based on Google Chromium, it includes scripting support for numerous languages in-browser as well as extensions that can edit requests in realtime, fuzz pages, scan for vulnerable CGI scripts, stage brute-force attacks against login pages, and more.