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ispCP is a project founded to build a Multi Server Control and Administration Panel without limits. Until there is an usable version a lot of time will pass by. This Control Panel should be usable by any Internet Service Provider (isp). To develop such a tool, we need a lot of time. To gain your ... [More]
A portal similar to Debian Pure Blends, but focused on Debian/Ubuntu packages before they can enter Debian proper. It provides binary packages for all Debian flavors (stable, testing, unstable), as well as recent Ubuntu releases.
Internet - Multi Server Control Panel (i-MSCP) is an open source project founded to build a Web-based control panel intended to personal and professional usage.
The CryptoBox project aims to bring data encryption to the masses. We develop two Free Software packages: * The CryptoBox live-CD is made for people who want to encrypt their data without bothering about complicated technical issues. A computer running the CryptoBox live-CD works as a ... [More]
Sysconf - Interactive configuration system for PHP applications Sysconf is a CLI interactive configuration system written in PHP that allows to configure application modules. It provides a consistent approach for configuring modules and gives the user a choice of interfaces. It can configure ... [More]
NSPM is a free and open-source network security application whose mission is to help system and network administrator to establish, monitor and manage security policies and firewall access rules. Relying on popular and widely used GNU/Linux components such as Iptables for rules establishment and PHP ... [More]
XO is a web UI providing a simple and nice web interface to manage XCP infrastructure (VM, servers, pools, etc.)
NSPM - Network Security & Policy ManagerThis project was initially designed to provide an online interface to the Linux Netfilter/Iptables firewall, and this without prior knowledge of the related CLI commands and options. Different interfaces already exist but most of them require a fresh ... [More]