vulnerability-assessment-tool — Analyses your Java and Python applications fo...
🌿 Analyses your Java and Python applications for open-source dependencies with known vulnerabilities, using both static analysis and testing to determine code context and usage for greater accuracy. https://sap.github.io/vulnerability-assessment-tool/
🍂 BoneCP is a Java JDBC connection pool implementation that is tuned for high performance by minimizing lock contention to give greater throughput for your applications. It beats older connection pools such as C3P0 and DBCP but SHOULD NOW BE CONSIDERED DEPRECATED in favour of HikariCP.
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🌿 Ip2region is a offline IP location library with accuracy rate of 99.9% and 0.0x millseconds searching performance. DB file is less then 5Mb with all ip address stored. binding for Java,PHP,C,Python,Nodejs,Golang,C#,lua. Binary,B-tree,Memory searching algorithm
🌿 OWASP Benchmark is a test suite designed to verify the speed and accuracy of software vulnerability detection tools. A fully runnable web app written in Java, it supports analysis by Static (SAST), Dynamic (DAST), and Runtime (IAST) tools that support Java. The idea is that since it is fully runnable and all the vulnerabilities are actually exploitable, it’s a fair test for any kind of vulnerability detection tool. For more details on this project, please see the OWASP Benchmark Project home page.
🥀 Umbra is a exploration application based on the the Fog Of War concept used in strategy games. On the map the unexplored area is displayed grayed out while the explored part is clear. The application needs a GPS fix in order to mark an area as explored as the accuracy from the other location sources is not good enough. Currently the minimum accuracy needed for saving the explored area is set at 100 m (600 feet). The accuracy is displayed as a disc around the current position. Umbra saves your exploration in an internal database (nothing is sent over the network).
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