Please keep in mind that this software was written with only POSIX machines in mind. The Windows version is merely a port.

All test builds will be compiled for UNIX machines (Linux, and Mac OS X) only. Only STABLE builds will be provided in WIN32 binaries. The Mac versions have NOT been tested on PowerPC machines.

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Date: March 07, 2010
Version: 1.0
Author: Peter Barkley
License: Unspecified
Language: Java
Platforms: ALL
Binaries: Applet
Description: A simple RSA Cracking Java applet.
Notes: This software is redistributed with permission from author. Further redistribution and modification must be obtained by the author due to lack of licensing. Thus, standard copyright laws are in effect.


Date: June 23, 2009
Version: 1.1.3
Author: Adrien Kwok
LicenseGNU General Public License Version 3
Language: Java
Platforms: ALL
Source: Windows/UNIX
Binaries: Windows/UNIX, Applet
Description: A Graphical User Interface version of the original TempConverter software and added conversion of other major unit conversions.
Notes: You NEED 7-Zip to open the archive. The JAR package also comes with an applet. Therefore, you can easily embed the software directly on your website! The STABLE version requires Oracle JRE 6 to run. MacOS X users may not be able to run this if they do not have Oracle Java 6 installed (MacOS X Leopard or later required).


Date: February 04, 2009
Version: 2.0
Author: Adrien Kwok
License: GNU General Public License Version 3
Language: Java (Software Launcher in C)
Platforms: ALL
Source: In Binary Package
Description: A basic temperature converter from C to F, C to K, F to K or vice versa in Java.
Notes: You NEED 7-Zip to open the archive. Software Deprecated in favour of Converitall.


Date: September 29, 2008
Author: Adrien Kwok
License: GNU General Public License Version 2
Language: C
Platforms: POSIX/Win32
Source: UNIX, Win32
Binaries: Windows, Mac, Linux (x64), OpenSolaris (x64)
Description: A basic C program that verifies the authenticity of your Canadian SIN, ISBN and UPC codes.
Notes: Software easter eggs are NOT available to Windows versions as they are UNIX specific. UNIX will REQUIRE GNU Nano to utilize the easter egg functionality. To avoid compilation mishaps, please use GCC 4.x compilers.