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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: How to use domain name instead of static IP?
« on: December 18, 2014, 12:29:42 PM »
I already point my domain to the static on the domain provider's DNS management site. (I set A record to IP
Setting up an "A Record" on your domain registrar, doesn't have any to do with HFS's features. HFS makes use of a DDNS service. As far I know, your domain provider needs to support/offer a DDNS service, like DynDNS does. So, you can't update an "A Record" directly with HFS, unless your domain registrar offers you a DDNS service with their service.

So, here a few questions:
A) What domain registrar are you using?...
B) Do you have a fixed static IP or a dynamic one? (I guess you have a dynamic one)

...another option is making a ZIP/RAR before uploading,
but I know that's not what you are looking for...

Bug reports / Re: Can't add files to HFS...
« on: November 18, 2014, 07:41:55 AM »
This is strange, because I've seen people sharing many, many, too many files. ???

Just wondering...

1) how many files have you in the VFS?
2) this happens when you use 'real folders' too?
3) system specs, like how RAM memory you have, operating system, etc.

Without this info, it's hard to determine the cause, at least for me...

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: GAGARIN
« on: November 11, 2014, 06:03:00 AM »
Cool!, I'll check it out, thanks....
And, good luck with the project! :)

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: For testing purpose (HFS including SSl tools)
« on: November 06, 2014, 08:24:58 AM »
I'm sorry, there was indeed a worm in the release that I posted. >:(
My USB key has been corrupted in a cafe.
I'm glad you finally found the worm!. Take care next time you use a cybercafe, especially now that there are some really nasty virus, like BadUSB, that infects USB's firmware!. Check here and here for more info...

I recompiled the "291" with the latest version of stunnel.
I also post the "292".
Fantastic! Now your release it's clean again!... :)
Au revoir!..........

Español / Re: ¿Como puedo configurar un gestor de descarga con HFS?
« on: October 29, 2014, 07:48:47 AM »
Como dijo rejetto en otro post, HFS soporta reanudar descargas.

Personalmente te recomiendo el programa FlashGet, o si usas Firefox puedes utilizar la extensión FlashGot.

Español / Re: ¿Como puedo configurar un gestor de descarga con HFS?
« on: October 23, 2014, 06:52:15 AM »
Si no me equivoco, Flashget tiene la opción que buscas, creo que dentro de la solapa 'Conexión', tienes las opciones 'tiempo de espera' y 'Nº de reintentos'.
Qué gestor de descarga utilizas?...

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Another Speed Problem!
« on: October 20, 2014, 07:00:56 AM »
We need a little more information to help you...
What O.S. are you using? (Windows XP, Win7, 8?),
HFS version?, is your connection wired or WiFi?, etc.

You may try posting a screenshot of your HFS to see why when you try to login, it times out. Or you can copy and paste your HFS logs here.

Mars: I think this is not related to UPX, since the previous version were packed and clean to all the antivirus, and the last build was uncompressed (that's why it's 8MB instead 2MB). This is weird, may be it's clean, but I can't be sure...

The Error 80711008 it's related to PS3, not HFS.
It's a "Network connection error".

Two questions:
1. Can you access your HFS server from another PC, tablet or mobile phone?
2. Can you access any other website on your PS3?

If it's "no" to the first question, then you need to configure your HFS server (configure port forwarding o check your firewall). If it's "no" to the second question, then you need to configure you PS3 connection.


Bug reports / Re: why hfs very slow ?
« on: October 18, 2014, 05:11:57 AM »
i konw where is the problem ,is "google".
As I posted before here (and nobody cared about it), it would be great to have all those files hosted "locally". So I propose to include this file (and any other file that's hosted externally on internet), so HFS would work without needing any file from internet. Having a external file like this one (jquery.js) is a privacy issue, too, since you Google would know about our HFS server.


Thanks for your efforts SilentPliz, but your updated version (Compiled 2014-09-27) is still infected... :(

You may try to compile it in a clean Virtual Machine (like VirtualBox), instead of using your normal system (and when you compile it, upload it directly and do not attempt to run it, to avoid to be infected).

Win32/Mabezat is not the typical kind of 'false positive', so, be careful when cleaning your system. Sometimes, those infections are hard to remove.

Keep in touch if you need any help... ;)
Good luck!

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: For testing purpose (HFS including SSl tools)
« on: September 23, 2014, 02:01:56 AM »
September 22 2014

HFS 2.3c SSL #291 is online.

-  Stable release
Stunnel 5.03 
For users of a previous BUILD, update Stunnel with the "S" button

HFS 2.3c SSL #291 is online.

Update from previous releases or use the links below:



Hi SilentPliz! :)

I know there are a lot of false positives on antivirus scans lately, but it looks like for sure that your last release is infected by the worm called: "Win32/Mabezat.A". You can check the results on here, and here. :'(

Worm: Win32/Mabezat.A is a worm that attempts to spread by copying itself to newly attached media devices, such as USB drives or USB media cards, and even writable network drives. In some samples, Win32/Mabezat can also infect .EXE files by prepending its code to the host file.
> More info about this worm, here, here and here.

This looks like a nasty worm. Please, make sure you do a full scan of your PC, since this worm will infect all the .exe files that you may release in the future.

Your previous release (HFS 2.3a2 SSL #289) was 100% clean.

FHFS / Re: 2.1.0 SSL enabling help
« on: September 19, 2014, 01:33:45 AM »
Usually you have to modify httpd.conf file to enable SSL. I can't recall exactly, but there must be some .conf file that you may have to edit to accept external IPs. Here, and here you have some data.

I don't have FHFS installed to test this, but may be someone can give you more information. I hope it helps....

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