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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Route HFS through VPN
« on: December 01, 2017, 12:32:52 AM »
Is there anyway to run a VPN service only for HFS?
I'm quite curious. On the client side I can't connect via a browser VPN, but on the server side I must route all traffic through the VPN.
Is there any way to configure it to run exclusively on HFS.
I have access to a few paid services: PIA, NordVPN, ExpressVPN and IPVanish.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: MD5 files won't show on folders
« on: October 27, 2016, 11:20:27 AM »
Added these lines, but I still can't see the md5 in the folder, even though they are on the server.
Pretty strange. Thanks anyway for everyone.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: MD5 files won't show on folders
« on: October 24, 2016, 11:53:05 AM »
I must be editing in the wrong place. I set the options here, but nothing happens. What do you mean by "custom mask"? I think I'm not finding this option.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: MD5 files won't show on folders
« on: October 21, 2016, 05:08:49 PM »
Sorry for the late response, but it did allow me to upload a md5 file to the server, but I don't see the previously md5 files and the uploaded one in the folder when I browse through HFS, even though they are there in the server.


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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / MD5 files won't show on folders
« on: October 15, 2016, 01:35:10 PM »
Tried to find a thread that talks about files that are present on the server, but won't show on hfs.
I have a folder with a bunch of md5 files that won't show when they are accessed via hfs.
Folder is set as virtual, if I change the extension to txt it shows. Looks like there's some setting of filemask that won't allow me to access *.md5 files.

How can I change that?!

Thanks in advance.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Server-sided password management
« on: February 27, 2016, 01:50:58 PM »
::) I really doubt the so-called 'incognito' mode of Chrome works 100% flawless (talking about privacy) as they advertise (that's why I always prefer Firefox than Chrome). Chrome must be saving the cookies or the session id, or it must be messing something else. I think it's a Chrome issue, not an HFS problem.

Try to recreate this, using the "New Private Window" of Firefox, and say us if this problem continues.

WTF
Tried and it didn't ask for login too. O.o
Probably it was recorded from a previous session (Yes, it was an private window too).
Don't know if it's my setting. Pretty much bizarre. The IP is fixed. I didn't get this problem on dyamic IPs,
hence my question about the server-sided management.
I'll use a cleaning too. Might be a cookie from a non-incognito mode messing up the session.

EDIT: Well. Checked the option "Delete cookies after closing Chrome", stopped using adblock on incognito and kicked all idle connections. One of that options worked. Np right now.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Server-sided password management
« on: February 18, 2016, 07:32:37 PM »
TBH, I couldn't find a better place to ask and a better title to the topic,
but I accessed one of the password protected folders of my server with incognito mode on a fixed IP connection.
Some days later I accessed the same folder again using the same incognito mode (after closing it) and the same IP.
And it didn't ask for login.
Are passwords handled by IP (since it didn't ask besides I didn't store cookies)
or by HFS session (because of previous login and I didn't close HFS)?

thanks in advance.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Prevent direct IP access/Facebook crawling
« on: August 28, 2015, 12:14:54 PM »
should be something like
{.disconnection reason|you fool|if={.not|{.pos|domain.com|{.header|host.}.}/not.}.}

the /not is just for readability.

When you were using the "double" command, you were saying to disconnect in both case, indeed.

Awesome rejetto! My life is complete.

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Prevent direct IP access/Facebook crawling
« on: August 27, 2015, 11:20:37 AM »
For HTTPS: Adding another line like this, works? (domain.com:443)
Code: [Select]
{.disconnection reason|you fool|if={.{.header|host.} != www.domain.com:443.}.}

Tested one line with domain.com and it only access via http://domain.com
Tested one line with www.domain.com and it only access via https://www.domain.com
Anything with 2 lines... none of them works. I know there's probably a one line answer reading the scripts page,
but I couldn't make the or and if commands work. =/

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Prevent direct IP access/Facebook crawling
« on: August 27, 2015, 05:11:06 AM »
welcome!
easy solution:
ALT+F6
paste this rule, customizing the "localhost:8080" part to be the domain you want (port included, if different than 80)

[+request]
{.disconnection reason|you fool|if={.{.header|host.} != localhost:8080.}.}

The forums server was throwing me PHP errors the other day that I almost forgot about it.
This solution is great! But... I did as you said:
[+request]
{.disconnection reason|you fool|if={.{.header|host.} != domain.com.}.}

But now I can only access the index page, in the case, http://domain.com/.
Every folder and file inside the "/" folder is throwing me the you fool page.
Also, I can't access www.domain.com and folders/subfolders...
I guess I need go a little further on these commands.

EDIT:
Actually I was adding another line like this:
[+request]
{.disconnection reason|you fool|if={.{.header|host.} != domain.com.}.}
{.disconnection reason|you fool|if={.{.header|host.} != www.domain.com.}.}

and it is preventing to access the folders.
I want to give access to the www.domain.com access too.
If that matters, Cloudfare redirects (or something) www.domain.com to the SSL https://www.domain.com/

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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Prevent direct IP access/Facebook crawling
« on: August 14, 2015, 02:06:17 AM »
I'm currently running HFS to host a static page (and some download folders).
Is there any setting in HFS to prevent direct IP accesses? Let me say, my IP is xx.xx.xx.xx,
I don't want it to open the index.html static page if I browse it using http://xx.xx.xx.xx
or, in other words, I want the server to be acessible only by using http://domain.com
Apache usually have that .htaccess that can rule over direct IP accesses preventing this to happen.

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Second question.
I put the meta tags and opengraph tags in the html, just to be able to share some links on facebook with thumbnails and such things.
I'm running through CloudFare's DNS. Is that a problem? Because the crawler doesn't seem to get the html file.
It keeps giving timeout errors on https://developers.facebook.com/tools/debug/og/object/

EDIT: BTW, since this is my first post, thanks for HFS! It's the best tool for casual users!

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