• leet

    The name leet stands for "linux exquisite encryption tool", it will be a software application for on-the-fly encryption, similar in its functionality to TrueCrypt.

    The goal of leet however is to be simpler and as user friendly as possible, making encryption and securing of information accessible to anybody, even those who don't necessarily have any prior knowledge of data securing, algorithms and encryption. However it's not targeted at this group of users only, part of the ambition of this project is to reach companies, institutions, governments (etc...) as well.

    For a more complete description of the leet project, it has been decided to link the Sourceforge pages describing the software application as well as the encryption algorithm to be used, here: https://sourceforge.net/p/home-of-leet/wiki/browse_pages/

    The source code of leet, that we have progressed on so far can be found here: https://github.com/CCExCompany/leet

    To successfully compile your own copy of leet you need to install "python3-pip" then with pip you need to install "cx_freeze" via "sudo pip3 install cx_freeze" command (considering you are using a ubuntu/debian based distro). You might also need to run the following command "sudo apt install zlib1g-dev" to install "lz", and "sudo apt install python3-numpy" then you can finally run "python3 setup.py build" in the extracted directory to build the "driver" which you will then execute.

    Work has started on this project as of 25/11/17.

  • Engage

    Engage is a free and open source space shooter made with the Unity game engine by the CCEx software development company. It will be released under Linux, Windows and MacOS for free.

    Addition of a resolution dialog with version 1.9.5 alpha! Now you can adjust the game's window to your liking.


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    Alpha version downloads:

    Engage for Linux V1.9.5

    Engage for MacOS V1.9.5

    Engage for Windows V1.9.5

    Source code:



        Copyright (C) 2018 CCEx

        This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify
        it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
        the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
        (at your option) any later version.

        This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
        but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
        GNU General Public License for more details.

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        along with this program.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.

    Third Party (OST):

    Perpetuum Mobile by Karstenholymoly (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/Karstenholymoly/57244 Ft: billraydrums

    Leaves of Rain (AussenDuckett Mix) by duckett (c) copyright 2017 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial  (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/duckett/56529 Ft: Aussens@iter


    VIVACE is another CCEx project in the field of artificial intelligence and user interface.

    The acronym stands for:

    -Virtual Intelligence: An artificial intelligence's interface meant to receive input and supply information respectively from and to the user.

    -Virtue: The virtue of a virtual intelligence is its ability to process information faster, better and with more potentialities than a human being on his own.

    -Assisted Computer Experience: The VI (virtual intelligence) drastically enhances the computer user's experience (productivity, usability, information accessibility, eye candy, etc...).

    But the better part about this project is that VIVACE is meant to use pre-existing hardware such as current or averagely old computers and their peripherals to achieve its goals.


    Here is an update on the VIVACE project, there should be more progress on it soon:

    VIVACE's GUI or Graphical User Interface’s appearance would be of glass (as in matter), transparent and superposed to the OS’ (Operating System) GUI or Desktop Environment, and it would use all available captors, sensors and peripherals such as webcams, microphones, temperature sensors, keyboards, mice, Fan speed sensors and other possible PC or Mac extensions to get an awareness of the user’s environment both inside the Operating System and exterior to it in the physical world to help the user in his daily tasks.

    Internet would be used too to get information about the location and other parameters of the user in order to improve his experience, meteorological information could then be displayed to him, as well as paths to his destinations when traveling or moving away from the computer, like what is already available in such Personal Assistants as Siri on the iOS and Cortana on Windows for example.

    The Webcam for instance could be used for facial recognition to unlock a previously locked OS session after a period of inactivity or if VIVACE detects the user has left the computer via the webcam or microphone (if VIVACE doesn’t sense any sounds anymore).

    The application would come free and open source for Linux, and commercialized for Windows and MacOS for a fixed fee that should be decided later.

    The project will use the CCEx company’s internal funding as well as some form of crowdfunding.


    As a base the ALICE AIML language would be used for the project, then extensions would be used on top of it to further customize the AI to better suit VIVACE's needs, Python would be used too, as VIVACE like leet will both be built using this programming language.

    Portions of C could be used to extend Python for performance reasons if need be.

    The AIML language and ALICE's involvement in the project are due to dictionaries being already available permitting the AI to hold as near as meaningful possible discussions with the user, which is a planned feature for VIVACE...

    To be continued...