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1. it's described in the link i posted
2. i suppose this to not affect the mechanism, as it address is carried inside the http request

stunnel is not an http proxy, as apache can be, and so you have no way to get the real ip.

with nginx (i'm not using apache) you only need a line like this:
         proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For   $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;

as an alternative, HFS 3 is already supporting https natively, one may not need a proxy.

if apache/nginx works as reverse-proxy, it forwards the client's ip to HFS

so, you are using apache as reverse proxy in front of hfs ?
if yes, you are on case #3 of my list

Everything else / Re: Massive amounts of users registering accounts
« on: July 17, 2022, 02:34:11 PM »
hi Leo, thanks for warning me, I didn't see that.
I'll see what I can do.
Here is better to stay indoor during the day. I hope for a bike ride in the evening :)

it's not clear for me if you have a real folder inside the first real folder.
Can you share a screenshot? It should be like this.

My suggestion is
1) create an account "IMPOSSIBLE" with a very hard password
2) give upload permission to IMPOSSIBLE for the subfolder

this will break permission inheritance for upload.

it depends on the firewall, and i don't know your firewall

HFS can display real address of the user in these cases
1) user directly connects to hfs (probably not an option for you)
2) you use NAT on your router. All configuration is to be done on your router, not on HFS
3) you use an http proxy (a generic proxy will hide the address). In this case if the proxy runs on the same computer you need no configuration on HFS. If it runs on another computer you have to configure manually as described at

If you are using a generic proxy you have no way to receive external address.
If you are using FRP as proxy, it can be configured as http proxy and/or generic proxy.

I don't use Live, but the symptoms tell me that it is linking/trying to read some file from a server that you cannot reach (because it doesn't exist, or because your network/country limits you).

I gave a look at it, and I guess this is the line:

   <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script>

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Upload issue
« on: June 17, 2022, 02:04:41 PM »
you have to be careful on the name for the file field, but I can't remember now. You should find someone else who made the same question here on the forum. There should be some details there.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Download old versions
« on: June 17, 2022, 10:22:17 AM »

beware, old versions may have critical security bugs

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: HFS3 on Windows 10
« on: June 06, 2022, 09:11:56 AM »
HFS 3 is a "console" program now, and it will run in powershell or in older "cmd" (command prompt).
Any method that can bring a console program to the system tray will work also for hfs3.
I'm not aware of an official way to do that, but I'm quite sure there are free programs out there to do it, because i've been doing it like 15 years ago.
Consider anyway that if you need it to be always running, "system tray" is not the way to go, but "services" is your keyword.
There are some ways to transform any console program to a service, both from microsoft and 3rd parties. I didn't focus on this aspect but I surely hope to make things easier in the future. Even producing a guide would be a nice start.

Italiano / Re: Barra comandi sulla sinistra apparsa
« on: May 11, 2022, 07:46:48 PM »
ciao, intanto ti consiglio di usare una versione più aggiornata. C'è la 2.3m
Usare versioni non aggiornate ti mette a rischio.

Non c'è un'opzione "da cliccare" per togliere i riquadri a sinistra. Quello che vedi è il template di base, se non ti piace puoi installarne un altro, oppure se conosci l'html puoi pensare di modificarlo tu stesso.

Se prima per te era diverso vuol dire o che usavi un'altra versione o un altro template.

hi, what you want to do is not currently offered by HFS, sorry.
You probably need a different software.

One thing that bother me and maybe related to that amnesia : to close HFS, there's no "close" button or feature. So I close the CLI (I even try CTRL+C sometimes in it, to cleanly close the program). Is it the way to close it ?

this isn't a part where i put much attention yet, but apparently the good way of closing it is CTRL+C. This isn't ideal of course, on Windows at least.
I say rare because most stuff is done within 1-2 seconds, so that's for sure not the cause of your problems.
Next version will detect also closing of the window, to ensure final procedures are done

How do it save things ? I always push "SAVE" putton in the admin panels.

and that's enough

Solution : add a button with "OK" text.

will do, but i already opted for "auto-dismissing" notification on a couple of cases. In vext version.

No : I refer to right-click -> launch as administrator (or make a shortcut, go in its properties, advanced, and check the bock "always launch as admin").

i guess it's basically the same thing, presented differently.
I don't run it that way, and still I get the net-drives.
Some programs, when not run "as admin", will present a dialog for admin permissions, you surely know, and that's basically UAC.
I also get no UAC dialog.

Btw I have disabled UAC competly (this is a nightmare and I'm not the only one th think it).

i'm no expert with this kind of stuff in Windows, but since win10 i didn't have to disable anything, and the annoying UAC interactions introduced with Vista (i think) are simply not there.
Since my account is part of "adminitrators" I'm not sure what triggers the UAC dialog for some softwares, if it's just bumping into a priviledged instruction or an explicit declaration of the exe file at its start. Fact is, some programs present this dialog "later", but I cannot exclude it's because they are launching another program, behind the scenes.

I'm happy to see you managed to solve your problem.
Anyway, I think it has something to do with the "working directory". When you create a shortcut you have a "start in" field, that's basically it. HFS will save files there. You can confirm where it is working when the CLI opens, there's a line starting with "cwd".

Everything else / Re: Let things calm down
« on: April 30, 2022, 01:34:24 PM »
I'm not fluent with python, but i had quick look at it and didn't find anything harmful.
We are not talking about a black box, instructions are there, readable for anyone.
Would anybody find malicious instructions please let me know, and I'll take actions accordingly.

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