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  1. Majority of Mobile App Vulnerabilities From Open Source Code COVID-19 has impacted everything over the past year, and mobile app security is no exception. The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC) took an in-depth look at application security, and discovered just how vulnerable apps that use open source code really are. According to the report, 98% of apps use open source code, and 63% of those apps have at least one known vulnerability. Open source code is no more or less vulnerable than any other code, Jonathan Knudsen, senior security strategist
  2. Google Launches Database for Open Source Vulnerabilities Google last week announced the launch of OSV (Open Source Vulnerabilities), which the internet giant has described as a vulnerability database and triage infrastructure for open source projects. OSV should make it easier for the users of open source software to find out which vulnerabilities impact them. It can also help maintainers of open source software accurately identify all versions and commits impacted by a flaw across all their branches. For consumers, Google says OSV provides a database
  3. Hemperor

    AM Downloader 1.1

    AM Downloader is a free, modern download manager for Windows. Support for parallel downloading of many items Pause and resume downloads Add download items using URL patterns Throttle speed to reduce network pressure Easy-to-use and modern interface 100% free and open-sourced Homepage: https://mozibsoft.com/amdownloader https://github.com/PocketAppZ/AM-Downloader Download: https://mozibsoft.com/downloads/amdownloader/AMDownloader1.1_Setup.msi
  4. Just wanted to open a discussion in regards to building a somewhat secure PC or laptop in respect to privacy of the business/user. With everything slowly becoming closed source and with end users having no access to control the security of their systems (E:G - Spretre, Meltdown, Thunderbolt exploits, Intel Management Engine etc). I am very interested in building a computer that runs on open-source system software such as Linux, and has full access to CPU firmware code with features such as Libreboot or Coreboot. This has been something I have been researching for a while. Woul
  5. steven36

    SMPlayer 19.1.0

    SMPlayer is a free media player for Windows and Linux with built-in codecs that can play virtually all video and audio formats. It doesn't need any external codecs. Just install SMPlayer and you'll be able to play all formats without the hassle to find and install codec packs. One of the most interesting features of SMPlayer: it remembers the settings of all files you play. So you start to watch a movie but you have to leave... don't worry, when you open that movie again it will be resumed at the same point you left it, and with the same settings: audio track, subtitles, volume...
  6. HandyPAF

    ERAM 2.24 (x86/x64)

    ERAM is an Open Source RAM Disk with a size limit of 4 GB that uses page/non-paged/external RAM. You can use it for storing temp files, browser cache, etc. in order to speed up the programs that use those files. ----- Changelog: This version fixes some BSODs experienced when using it on a 64-bit OS and renames the files that are used by it. It now also comes with an improved Control Panel Applet (the font has been changed and the text has been improved). ----- Homepage https://github.com/Zero3K/ERAM Download https://g
  7. LIII BitTorrent Client is a open-source file sharing utility capable of downloading torrents with minimal impact on the system's resources. The software distinguishes itself from the competition with a minimalistic, no-nonsense interface and easily accessible options. Along with the standard features, LIII BitTorrent Client offers convenient downloads managing, flexible settings, etc. It is also possible to open torrents from URLs or magnet links. LIII BitTorrent Client is by far, the easiest torrent client we have used - a great alternative for users who want to keep themselves aw
  8. Open source licenses: What, which, and why Learn what open source licenses are, which one to choose, and why it matters. Enlarge / Most open source projects are vastly more restrictive with their trademarks than their code. OpenBSD's Puffy, Linux's Tux, and the FSF's Meditating Gnu are among the few FOSS logos that can easily and legally be remixed and reused for simple illustrative purposes. OpenBSD, Free Software Foundation, Larry Ewing, Seattle Municipal Archives Most people have at least heard of open source software by
  9. muCommander is a cross-platform, open source file manager Total Commander has been the favorite file manager of many users for decades. It's no surprise that it has been the inspiration for many clones. muCommander is one of these, and happens to be an open source alternative. The program is available for macOS, Windows, and Linux. Here's a comparison of the interfaces of Total Commander and muCommander. The latter's GUI is perhaps a bit easier on the eyes, that's probably due to the theme and the icons on the toolbar.
  10. A Desktop App for YouTube Music ====================================================================== Changelog: Add Unlisted languages (Deutsch, Bahasa Indonesia, Türkçe, Italiano, Japanese) Option to remove the download bar on taskbar #158 Miniplayer sizes (4, 5 and 6) Select audio output mpris integration #144 Single instance settings & lyrics windows #154 Option to minimize app on startup #148 BUG report button on context menu (right click mouse)
  11. HandyPAF

    Tricycle 2.4.3 (x64)

    Video transcoding... easier than riding a bike. ------------------------------ Tricycle is an open-source video transcoder. It takes the guesswork out of converting videos by using layman's terms and providing a reasonable default configuration. Tricycle is powered by other open-source projects such as FFmpeg, x264, and x265. Features: Reads/decodes most video and audio formats Writes/encodes to the following formats Container formats: MP4 MKV Video formats: A
  12. App Manager v2.5.15 (Pre-release) (Open Source) jpg Yet another Android package manager and viewer but... 1. Copylefted libre software (GPLv3+) 2. Material design (and a nice UI) 3. No useless permissions 4. Does not connect to the Internet (the permission is required for ADB mode) 5. Displays as much info as possible in the main window 6. Lists activities, broadcast receivers, services, providers, permissions, signatures, shared libraries, etc. of any app 7. Launch (exportable) activities, create (customizable) shortcuts 8. Block
  13. LibreAV v1.0.2 (10002) (Open Source Real Time Scanning Antivirus) LibreAV is an attempt to detect malware on Android devices using a machine learning approach that is powered by TensorFlow. We use a two-layer neural network trained with a carefully selected set of features. The neural network is tuned in such a way that it performs efficiently on mobile devices where computational resources are limited. Tests show that LibreAV performs efficiently and effectively even on low-end mobile devices. With LibreAV, you can scan all the installed apps in your devi
  14. Links Homepage Source Code Download 32-bit Download 64-bit To set up file type associations and AutoPlay handlers, use mpv-install.bat. To play content from various media streaming sites, place youtube-dl.exe in the same directory as mpv.
  15. shamu726

    Subtitle Edit 3.4.0

    Subtitle Edit is a free (open source) editor for video subtitles - a subtitle editor :) With SE you can easily adjust a subtitle if it is out of sync with the video in several different ways. You can also use SE for making new subtitles from scratch (do use the time-line/waveform/spectrogram) or translating subtitles. For a list of features see below or check out the Subtitle Edit Help page. On my blog you can download latest beta version and read about/discuss new features. Also, you can watch a few videos about installing and using Subtitle Edit. (Old videos.) Dny238 has written a nice tutor
  16. BTJB

    CamStudio 2.7 r316

    CamStudio 2.7 r316 Retail.exe Including CamStudio codec and configured by default with AutoPan Zoom for YouTube tutorials with screen resolution 640x360. Remember to open program always with right click - admin rights. In otherwise some features will fail and have to fix configuration or reinstall the program again.
  17. cdrtfe - cdrtools Frontend What is cdrtfe? cdrtfe is an open source CD/DVD/BD burning application for Microsoft Windows. You can burn data discs, Audio CDs, XCDs, (S)VCDs and DVD-Video discs. It supports creation and writing of ISO images and bootable discs. Disc images and Audio CDs can be written simultaneously to multiple writers. cdrtfe is a win32 frontend for the cdrtools (cdrecord, mkisofs, readcd, cdda2wav), Mode2CDMaker, VCDImager and other well-known tools. cdrtfe has a multi-language interface and is also available as portable version. cdrtfe is free software since version 1.1pre4 (
  18. shamu726

    MKVToolNix 6.9.1

    MKVToolNix -- Cross-platform tools for Matroska MKVToolNix is a small collection of tools (mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit and mmg) that allows you to manipulate Matroska (MKV) files in several ways. You can use MKVToolNix to create, split, edit, mux, demux, merge, extract or inspect Matroska files. The program will also work with other video formats (AVI, MPEG, MP4, MPEG, Ogg/OGM, RealVideo, MPEG1/2, h264/AVC, Dirac, VC1) including some video codecs (such as VP9 video codec support - reading from IVF/Matroska/WebM files, extract to IVF files), audio (AAC, FLAC, MP2, MP3, (E)AC3, D
  19. shamu726

    Subtitle Edit 3.3.15

    Subtitle Edit is a free (open source) editor for video subtitles - a subtitle editor :) With SE you can easily adjust a subtitle if it is out of sync with the video in several different ways. You can also use SE for making new subtitles from scratch (do use the time-line/waveform/spectrogram) or translating subtitles. For a list of features see below or check out the Subtitle Edit Help page. On my blog you can download latest beta version and read about/discuss new features. Also, you can watch a few videos about installing and using Subtitle Edit. (Old videos.) Dny238 has written a nice tutor
  20. shamu726

    MKVToolNix 7.0.0

    MKVToolNix -- Cross-platform tools for Matroska MKVToolNix is a small collection of tools (mkvmerge, mkvinfo, mkvextract, mkvpropedit and mmg) that allows you to manipulate Matroska (MKV) files in several ways. You can use MKVToolNix to create, split, edit, mux, demux, merge, extract or inspect Matroska files. The program will also work with other video formats (AVI, MPEG, MP4, MPEG, Ogg/OGM, RealVideo, MPEG1/2, h264/AVC, Dirac, VC1) including some video codecs (such as VP9 video codec support - reading from IVF/Matroska/WebM files, extract to IVF files), audio (AAC, FLAC, MP2, MP3, (E)AC3, D
  21. Sos Gomes

    Freeplane 1.2.23

    Freeplane is a free and open source application for organising, visualising and sharing information. The program is a redesigned version of FreeMind, and can similarly be used to create mindmaps, although with more features and functionality. You can use Freeplane to build regular, static mindmaps, simple charts and diagrams which structure information. At its simplest you just press Ins to add a node; customise it, with an image, text, or icon; repeat the process to add other nodes, then link and organise them as you like. Freeplane goes further, though. This starts with smart tools to help y
  22. Opinion: It was incompetence, not politics, that led to the Iowa caucus app misfiring. Above all, it was poor programming. Open-source software techniques could have prevented this blunder. When the Iowa Democratic Caucus results were delayed by an application foul-up Bernie Sanders supporters were outraged at a stolen victory. Now, as the results trickle in, and Sanders' results turned out OK, they've quieted down. But the fact remains that the application not only fouled up caucus results reporting, but it also made people even less trusting of the election process.
  23. Google Wants to Help Tech Companies Know Less About You By releasing its homegrown differential privacy tool, Google will make it easier for any company to boost its privacy bona fides. Olekcii Mach/Alamy As a data-driven advertising company, Google's business model hinges on knowing as much about
  24. Tim Berners-Lee is famous for inventing the world wide web, and now he's ready to take things to the next level with an ambitious open source project called Solid. Noting that the web has become "an engine of inequity and division", Berners-Lee wants to restore the power and agency of individuals online and move the balance of power away from "powerful forces who use it for their own agendas". Tim Berners-Lee Solid is not a completely new venture. Berners-Lee has been working on it for some time, and it is built on the existing web as we know it. Whe
  25. Open source Chromium browser shows up on the Microsoft Store If you've ever looked for web browsers in the Microsoft Store, you've probably come up short on finding anything at all. That's because according to Microsoft Store policy, any third-party browser needs to have the same rendering engine as its own Edge. But now, Edge runs on Chromium, which opens up the Store to a wide array of browsers. One of those is Chromium itself, which has now appeared on the Store, as spotted by Aggiornamenti Lumia. Chromium is an open sourc
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