Bryson Sewell has finished making a new translation of the three sermons De diabolo temptatore (CPG 4332) by John Chrysostom. These are now available here:
And I hope they will become available also at Archive.org in due course, but their uploader seems to be having an off-day.
The sermons are really quite interesting and relevant, and there are useful pointers to the Christian in them.
These were commissioned by mistake. There is already an existing translation in the NPNF series, a mere 150 years ago. This is the peril of commissioning material late in the evening after a long, tiring day, when you are not as alert as you might be! But an updated translation is well worth having anyway, and Bryson has also translated the Latin introduction by Bernard de Montfaucon for us. The text used was, inevitably, the Patrologia Graeca.