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locutus - All your standard libraries will be assimilated into our JavaScript collective

  •    Javascript

All your standard libraries will be assimilated into our JavaScript collective. Resistance is futile.

macports-ports - The MacPorts ports tree

  •    Perl

This repository contains the source definitions for the open source software packages offered through MacPorts. Check the Problem Hotlist and FAQ to see if your problem is mentioned, and search Trac to see if there are any open tickets.

ATSCAN - Advanced Search & Mass Exploit Scanner- فاحص متقدم لبحث و استغلال الثغرات بالجملة

  •    Perl

● Search engine Google / Bing / Ask / Yandex / Sogou ● Mass Dork Search ● Multiple instant scans. ● Mass Exploitation ● Use proxy. ● Random user agent. ● Random engine. ● Extern commands execution. ● XSS / SQLI / LFI / AFD scanner. ● Filter wordpress and Joomla sites. ● Find Admin page. ● Decode / Encode Base64 / MD5 ● Ports scan. ● Collect IPs ● Collect E-mails. ● Auto detect errors. ● Auto detect Cms. ● Post data. ● Auto sequence repeater. ● Validation. ● Post and Get method ● Interactive and Normal interface. ● And more...

void-packages - The Void source packages collection

  •    Shell

This repository contains the XBPS source packages collection to build binary packages for the Void Linux distribution. The included xbps-src script will fetch and compile the sources, and install its files into a fake destdir to generate XBPS binary packages that can be installed or queried through the xbps-install(1) and xbps-query(1) utilities, respectively.

Animaonline Port Scannr


Animaonline Port Scannr Scans target machine's ports , (very fast)

node-portfinder - A simple tool to find an open port or domain socket on the current machine

  •    Javascript

If portfinder.getPortPromise() is called on a Node version without Promise (<4), it will throw an Error unless Bluebird or any Promise pollyfill is used.By default portfinder will start searching from 8000. To change this simply set portfinder.basePort.

node-pier - replicate a seaport service registry for fast local in-memory queries or redundancy

  •    Javascript

Replicate a seaport service registry for fast local in-memory access or redundancy.Create a new seaport server p with an optional semver query to filter the local cache by.

wait-on - wait-on is a cross-platform command line utility and Node

  •    Javascript

wait-on will wait for period of time for a file to stop growing before triggering availability which is good for monitoring files that are being built. Likewise wait-on will wait for period of time for other resources to remain available before triggering success. For http(s) resources wait-on will check that the requests are returning 2XX (success) to HEAD or GET requests (after following any redirects).

midi-ports - Returns an object of attached midi ports with inputID, outputID, name, and manufacturer for more semantic MIDI port access

  •    Javascript

Wraps the MIDIAccess object and builds an object of midi devices with name, inputID, outputID, and manufacturer allowing a more semantic way of interacting with midi devices in the browser. ##Grouped Devices If you want to group ports by device, you can pass in an object as the second param which allows you to get a device:port by name.

moosefs-freebsd-ports - Official FreeBSD Ports for MooseFS 3

  •    Makefile

Official FreeBSD Ports for MooseFS 3.0 (and MooseFS 2.0). If you're looking for MooseFS 2.0 ports, check the 2.0.x branch.

prt - CRUX port manager written in Go, aiming to replace prt-get, ports, and some pkgutils (on my machine)

  •    Go

Like said before, unlike prt-get(8), prt reimplements pkgmk(8)/pkgadd(8) fully in Go. This is mostly for more control. Like prt-get it does provide some nice extra functionality such as listing and installing dependencies, getting the location of a port, aliasing ports (for example core/openssl to 6c37-dropin/libressl), and ordering ports with the same name depending on how "important" the repo is the port resides in. There are a few differences, for example, unlike prt-get(8) you need to be in the port's directory for most commands to work, like how pkgmk(8) works. This has a few advantages, for example you can quickly download a port anywhere on the filesystem, and install it and its dependencies using prt install. Because prt-get depinst needs a port name, you can only install ports that are located in a predefined prtdir.