Recovery tool for cracking password protected ZIP (*.zip) files.
A command line tool for creating ASCII art (“[ASC]II[ART]”) from plain text or image files.
Encoding and decoding tool for BASE64 and related encodings/decodings from/to ASCII to/from binary.
How to use the CHAOS command line tool to evaluate Chaos-based encryption alongside a comparison to the AES algorithm.
Teleprinter command line tool for sending data to and receiving data from TTY (serial) ports simultaneously.
Small and friendly HTTP-Echo server echoing incoming HTTP-Requests to the console.
ELIZA chatbot (by Joseph Weizenbaum) talking to you via RESTful services and an MS-Teams endpoint or on the console.
Cellular automaton using several simulations and JavaFx for creating a live of its own.
Tool for displaying a light bulb matrix rendering configurable scrolling and fading pixmaps (PNG, GIF or JPG).
Tool bridging between a serial port and an MQTT message broker for publishing or subscribing messages.
Tool to generate or pipe and filter (sound) waves for audio playback and export.
Tool for dumping mass data by pattern to files or streams.
Tool for converting (raw) data to a pixmap image and extracting raw (pixmap) data from an image.
Encryption and decryption tool of file or stream data using Chaos-based encryption.
The TTY2MQTT command line tool is a bridge between TTY (COM) serial communication and an MQTT message broker easily harnessing your IoT devices into the Cloud.
The year 2020 was the year of video conferencing and remote meetings (“corona”) … how can you ease the situation of your colleagues when the meetings are getting boring?
A small Java tool teams up with your shell’s pipes and filters to provide a curve functions experimentation box
The CELL-O-MAT artifact is some demo application featuring show-cases on cellular automatons being built with the REFCODES.ORG artifacts.
Java 9’s JShell can not only be used as a command line tool, furthermore you can use it in your own Java application. Learn on how to harness the JShell by building a restful service around it.