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rejetto-crafted software / Re: refresh network list
« Last post by Fysack on October 17, 2023, 10:34:28 PM »
hehe, long hair my man
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: blocking ip-addresses by country
« Last post by LeoNeeson on October 16, 2023, 09:52:46 AM »
Thanks Leo
I configured both options, monitored them for several days, and the attacks became much smaller, but unfortunately peerblock greatly affects performance
I guess you are running HFS on a VPS, where resources are shared and limited (I do understand). Have you tried using HFS's banning option ONLY, without PeerBlock? (instead of running both options). Perhaps you don't need PeerBlock, if you add (in HFS) the IP ranges that attack your website.

You can configure this, by going to HFS's Menu > Limits > Bans... (it will open a window where you have to enter the IP ranges). Remember to check 'Disconnect with no reply'. Before doing this, please take a look HERE to know how to configure an IP range to be excluded (remember to put a backslash \ before the IP range)..
Try using this ONLY (without PeerBlock).
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: blocking ip-addresses by country
« Last post by ALEX on October 16, 2023, 05:41:21 AM »
Have you tried PeerBlock on Windows Server 2019? (I've read reports that it works fine on Windows 10, so it should work). There is no better solution than PeerBlock for Windows.
Yes, as far I know, requests will still reach HFS (it don't prevent people from trying, and it could affect performance, the same as filtering by 'UserAgent', but you have to try it and see what happens). My previous comment could lead to confusion, so to make it clear: HFS v3 doesn't have 'IP filtering feature' (like Rejetto said), and HFS v2 doesn't have an option to block IP addresses by country, but it has 'IP Banning' and you can configure some 'IP ranges' to block (of course, expert users can also use a macro script to filter by IP range, but it's not needed, since it works the same as using the HFS's GUI).

You can configure this, by going to HFS's Menu > Limits > Bans... (it will open a window where you have to enter the IP ranges). Remember to check 'Disconnect with no reply'. Before doing this, please take a look HERE to know how to configure an IP range to be excluded (remember to put a backslash \ before the IP range). Please report back if that affects performance (compared to filtering by 'UserAgent').


Thanks Leo
I configured both options, monitored them for several days, and the attacks became much smaller, but unfortunately peerblock greatly affects performance
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: The user can log in only through the IE browser.
« Last post by rejetto on October 12, 2023, 05:00:07 PM »
i don't know how to help, i cannot work on 2.x anymore.
Maybe someone else on the forum can advice.
I'm working only on version 3
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: The user can log in only through the IE browser.
« Last post by VetrovVV on October 12, 2023, 11:17:10 AM »
i'm not sure, you can try 2.4, you can see the download link on the right of the page https://rejetto.com/hfs/?f=dl

or you can consider version 3, which is very very different https://github.com/rejetto/hfs

Thank you. Since 2.4, you can log in from different modern browsers. Unfortunately, a new problem has arisen: the usernames that were in Cyrillic have now turned into diamonds and it is not possible to log in to them. Is it possible to do something about this?
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: The user can log in only through the IE browser.
« Last post by rejetto on October 12, 2023, 08:37:25 AM »
i'm not sure, you can try 2.4, you can see the download link on the right of the page https://rejetto.com/hfs/?f=dl

or you can consider version 3, which is very very different https://github.com/rejetto/hfs
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: The user can log in only through the IE browser.
« Last post by VetrovVV on October 12, 2023, 08:34:29 AM »
Version 2.3m. But earlier there was an older version and it was configured on it. Then I updated the program, but the settings file remained from the old one.
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: The user can log in only through the IE browser.
« Last post by rejetto on October 12, 2023, 08:31:16 AM »
what version are you using?
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / The user can log in only through the IE browser.
« Last post by VetrovVV on October 12, 2023, 08:25:39 AM »
The user can log in only through the IE browser. In other browsers, when you enter the correct login and password in the pop-up window, the request is repeated endlessly. Help please.
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: blocking ip-addresses by country
« Last post by LeoNeeson on October 06, 2023, 09:16:46 AM »
PeerBlock is only supported up to Windows 7
I have windows server 2019
Have you tried PeerBlock on Windows Server 2019? (I've read reports that it works fine on Windows 10, so it should work). There is no better solution than PeerBlock for Windows.

I have another question: can I block an IP range in HFS?
and yes, if I block ranges, will requests still reach hfs?
Yes, as far I know, requests will still reach HFS (it don't prevent people from trying, and it could affect performance, the same as filtering by 'UserAgent', but you have to try it and see what happens). My previous comment could lead to confusion, so to make it clear: HFS v3 doesn't have 'IP filtering feature' (like Rejetto said), and HFS v2 doesn't have an option to block IP addresses by country, but it has 'IP Banning' and you can configure some 'IP ranges' to block (of course, expert users can also use a macro script to filter by IP range, but it's not needed, since it works the same as using the HFS's GUI).

You can configure this, by going to HFS's Menu > Limits > Bans... (it will open a window where you have to enter the IP ranges). Remember to check 'Disconnect with no reply'. Before doing this, please take a look HERE to know how to configure an IP range to be excluded (remember to put a backslash \ before the IP range). Please report back if that affects performance (compared to filtering by 'UserAgent').