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Sorry I dropped the ball on replying in a timely manor, Mars!

Is there something I can do differently? Not sure how I broke it, but the boxes I'm testing on are behind external firewalls, so it may be that they are not realizing the replies to the update queries match the requests. (Both 80 and 443 are open for incoming traffic, but that is probably not relevant to a request I make to an external server.)
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Donate your Time for translate
« Last post by SilentPliz on Today at 03:09:33 PM »
Maybe it's time to do something with this??

hfs.2.3m_300_r8_trad.exe - https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/837865e563a557dddca5f41a88ac71bf933fd0f508d1cbe89f12498f98caea7e/detection


Hi AlexALSP ! :)
 
These are false alerts caused by the compression of the executable with UPX.
15 false positives with UPX compression.
2 false positives without compression, one of which simply reports that HFS is a server (not the best antiviruses either).

The solution would be not to compress the executable, which I am not ready to do ... Or to trust my vigilance regarding the releases that I post.

None of these solutions are ideal, but you will have to settle for it, while waiting for better. :-\

You can do a Google search with: false positive with UPX ... Otherwise, a page in French that you can translate:

https://www.libellules.ch/fauxpositifs.php
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** Pour les français de passage ici  :)  **

Il s'agit de fausses alertes causées par la compression de l’exécutable avec UPX.
15 faux positifs avec la compression UPX.
2 faux positifs sans la compression, dont une signale simplement que HFS est un serveur (ce ne sont pas les meilleurs antivirus de plus).

La solution serait de ne pas compresser l’exécutable, ce que je ne suis pas prêt à faire... Ou faire confiance en ma vigilance en ce qui concerne les releases que je poste.

Aucune de ces solution n'est idéale, mais il faudra s'en contenter, en attendant mieux.  :-\

Tu peux faire une recherche Google avec : false positive with UPX ...

Sinon, une page en français:

https://www.libellules.ch/fauxpositifs.php
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Donate your Time for translate
« Last post by AlexALSP on December 14, 2019, 01:28:57 PM »
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Re: Title Bar
« Last post by Mars on December 14, 2019, 01:52:13 AM »
 in the template:

replace  <title>{.!HFS.} %folder%</title>  by <title>ThxGamingWC</title>
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Title Bar
« Last post by ThxGamingWC on December 14, 2019, 12:43:54 AM »
I have managed to customize, change the Favicon and theme of the HTTP File Server but I wan to change the title that appears in the Tab section on Google Chrome/IE/Edge etc..
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Uploading file from PHP
« Last post by slluch on December 11, 2019, 07:31:10 AM »
HI. I have a web application that reads files from HFS...but i wonder if is it possible to UPLOAD files programatically. As this can be achieved in HFS web page...i suppose there is documentation to implement uploading files directly from local to a remote server.
Thank you
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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / Question regarding cookies
« Last post by Jonas on December 09, 2019, 08:06:42 AM »
hello!  :)

I've got a bit of an odd issue and I don't expect a full on solution from this question as much as hoping someone knows something I don't.

I've got an issue getting a system I got running to download via HTTP when using HFS + basic authentication, I can't say much more about the system, which is why I can't expect any solutions.

The odd part is that running an apache HTTP server with basic authentication, the only difference I can see between the two in a wireshark packet that I can imagine being important is that HFS sends a set-cookie part. I was wondering if there is a way to make HFS neglect sending any cookie-related information? I've not been able to locate one, so I've gone here.

Normally my system sends a GET request with no authentication, when it recieves a "unauthorized" message it'll try another GET but with the correct authentication. However using HFS the second GET request simply doesn't go out. My thought is something related to the cookie causes it to go a bit haywire, so I'm hoping to find a way to disable it to test if my logic holds.

Second question - does HFS have some type of "time out" in terms of GET requests?

Thank you ahead of time for any help you give, it is very appriciated.
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Programmers corner / Re: Translations to other languages
« Last post by faithklein on December 06, 2019, 07:37:26 AM »
Hi ! ;)


Just to say that .lng files can also be conveniently translated with IniTranslator.


 :)

Thanks for the info, much appreciated!
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router & port problems / Re: How to mount HFS+ external USB drive as a shared volume
« Last post by eulawelch on December 05, 2019, 06:22:25 AM »
Somes tools perhaps usefull

Thanks very much for that information.
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