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newbie question: content rewriting HTTP/HTTPS proxy
  03/25-00:24 . 3160  Martin Vetter <> [36]
___ hi, I would like to rewrite the HTML delivered by a remote HTTP server, which is redirecting users to a remote HTTPS server after successful login. I was able to rewrite the HTML served via HTTP dep
  03/25-09:00 . 3161 (Yutaka Sato) [55]
___ Hi, By principle, data transferred over SSL cannot be modified in the middle of its transfer. It is the very reason why you can trust the data via SSL to be originated by the origin server. And the
  03/27-23:05 . 3162  Martin Vetter <> [23]
___ hi yutaka, works great, thank you :o) best regards, martin vetter ___ Martin Vetter (ilink) tel:+49(00)00000-00F
  03/28-03:44 . 3163 (Yutaka Sato) [61]
___ Hi, It might not be so great because - you will come to be unable to access real "http://serv" with this MOUNT - it does not work when "http://serv/dir" is accessed instread of "http://serv/dir/" -
Transfering files from FTP server over HTTPS
  03/28-04:28 . 3164 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ For example, using a DeleGate with the following parameters, delegated -v -P8443 SERVER=https STLS=fcl MOUNT="/ftp/* ftp://*" you can access to a FTP server with the URL as this:
newbie question: content rewriting HTTP/HTTPS proxy
  03/28-04:48 . 3165 (Yutaka Sato) [20]
___ Sorry, this parameters disables usual HTTPS/SSL relaying as a proxy. It should be as this in the current implementation: MOUNT="http://https.* https://* FSV=sslway" Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <y
Transfering files from FTP server over HTTPS
  03/28-10:20 . 3166  Marcelo Spohn <> [58]
___ Dear Yutaka, Thanks a lot for your feedback! Uploading to an FTP server via an HTTPS-proxy seems to be working in Delegate. Could you please be more specific as of why the Delegate configuration is
  03/28-16:22 . 3167 (Yutaka Sato) [50]
___ Hi, Hmm... Which HTTP client are you using? Indeed DeleGate supports uploading to FTP server via HTTP with PUT method, but I'm not sure if it is supported in common browsers... It might be my excuse
catch http request and send to http-proxy [FinanzIT: Viruscheck]
  03/28-17:39 . 3168 [14]
___ Hi, I need help! I use a software, which cannot use a http proxy. How could I catch the http request on the local machine (WinXP) and send it to a http-proxy? I didn't find an example how to do it w
Transfering files from FTP server over HTTPS
  03/28-22:26 . 3169  Marcelo Spohn <> [74]
___ Hi Yutaka, Thanks for your feedback!!! Please check my comments inline. Thanks! Marcelo I'm using curl as the https client. Thank you very much for pointing that out!!! Ooops, sorry! That's a typo r
DeleGate/9.1.1 (STABLE) -- minor fixes for HTTP, FTP/EPRT, DNS, STLS=fsv, and AUTHORIZER
  03/29-07:29 . 3170 (Yutaka Sato) [53]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.1.1 (STABLE) -- minor fixes for HTTP, FTP/EPRT, DNS, STLS=fsv, and AUTHORIZER Problems in several ra
Implicit SSL protection of the FTP session
  03/29-10:56 . 3171  Marcelo Spohn <> [43]
___ Hi Yutaka, I'm having a hard time trying to make some FTPS clients to open a data connection through a Delegate FTPS proxy. (The login process goes smooth; no problems with the control connnection.)
  03/29-13:39 . 3172 (Yutaka Sato) [39]
___ Hi, I forgot to care the case of implicit FTPS without negotiation when I introduced STLS. The enclosed patch will solve the problem. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> http://dele
  03/30-04:12 . 3173  Marcelo Spohn <> [72]
___ Dear Yutaka, Great!!! The patch worked like a charm! Thanks a lot! Marcelo
  03/31-16:57 . 3174 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ Marcelo, Congratulations :) This is the first time that I hear someone using CURL with DeleGate :) I'm interested why you are using CURL, or is it so popular ? Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <y.sato
  04/01-01:37 . 3175  Marcelo Spohn <> [56]
___ Dear Yutaka, I'm using CURL because of its rich feature set ... of course, I got a little bit disappointed when I've found out it makes use of implicit SSL protection =-O Again, thanks for your quic
Delegate XMPP
  04/06-12:31 . 3176  "Jon Keys" <> [29]
___ Hello, Thank you for contributing delegate to the opensource community. It is much appreciated! Is there any plan to incorporate the xmpp protocol in the near future? I am particularly interested in
  04/06-16:25 . 3177 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
___ Hi, on 04/06/06(12:29:05) Your message pushed it into the the TODO list of DeleGate :) A little more description about what you think DeleGate should do as a proxy for XMPP will give it more priorit
a fix for FSV=sslway as a MountOption (Re: DeleGate-Report: SIGSEGV)
  04/07-01:11 . 3178 (Yutaka Sato) [75]
___ I received an automatic bug-report by DeleGate forwarded by Martin (thanks). It shows a SIGSEGV is occured in the interpretation of MOUNT with "FSV=sslway" option, maybe like this: MOUNT="/* https:/
Delegate XMPP
  04/07-03:23 . 3179  "Jon Keys" <> [85]
___ Yutaka, That's great news! Besides the obvious (port redirection / static server:port redirection / etc...) maybe support for ssl / tls encryption would be good. It may already work with your existi
delegate strips leading slash for ftp absolute paths
  04/07-08:16 . 3180 [35]
___ I'm using delegate to proxy ftp requests to a remote server, but hit a problem. I am running delegate with the following config: /usr/bin/delegated -f -P21 SERVER=ftp PERMIT="*:*:*" REMITTABLE="*" M
  04/08-18:36 . 3181 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
___ I've not yet read the problem but at least it must be like MOUNT="/ftproot/* ftp://ftphost/ftproot/*" instread of yours: MOUNT="/ftproot* ftp://ftphost/ftproot/*" Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <y.s
Hostlist wildcard for unqualified domain name?
  04/09-19:29 . 3182  Snow <> [22]
___ [Resend: I got a "554 not include keyword" the first time, so I'm adding "Delegate" to the Subject. Sorry if this arrives twice] Hi, Is there any way to match unqualified domain names? I'm trying to
  04/09-21:39 . 3183 (Yutaka Sato) [42]
___ Hi, You are right. In the current implementation, "*.*" is expanded to "[0-255].[0-255]" to match with any IP address. To suppress the inrepretation as an IP address, prefix "-" to a host name or a
  04/09-23:22 . 3184  Snow <> [25]
___ Thanks Yutaka, that got it working for me. As a side-note DGROOT=. doesn't seem to work if the binary is not in the PATH or includes the extension. I'm using Windows XP SP2. eg dg9_1_1 DGROOT=. # wo
  04/09-23:51 . 3185 (Yutaka Sato) [31]
___ Snow, As long as I know, DeleGate does not support specifying DGROOT in a relative-path. It is ignored with the message like this: -delegate[12345]- bad DGROOT=. DGROOT=C:/Program Files/DeleGate I a
overlaid servers causes problems
  04/14-18:44 . 3186 [21]
___ I have delegate configured like this (though all on one line): delegated -P21 SERVER=ftp LOGDIR=/var/log LOGFILE=delegate-21 CACHE=no PERMIT="*:*:*" REMITTABLE="*" MOUNT="/a/b/*
  04/16-05:56 . 3187 (Yutaka Sato) [46]
___ I think the following should be used instead of your second MOUNT: MOUNT="/a/b/c/d/e/f/g/* ftp://otherhost/*" Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) N
  04/17-13:05 . 3188 [24]
___ I tried your suggestion with changing the mounts so I now have: delegated -P21 SERVER=ftp LOGDIR=/var/log LOGFILE=delegate-21 CACHE=no PERMIT="*:*:*" REMITTABLE="*" MOUNT="/a/b/*
MSVCR70.DLL needed for SSL on Windows
  04/19-21:23 . 3189  Martin Vetter <> [28]
___ hi, somehow I missed this in the documentation and forum postings, please correct me if I'm mistaken: it seems to me, that to use DeleGate's SSL support on Windows, you not only need the provided LI
Issue with INETD in delegate 9.1.1
  04/20-09:05 . 3190  Keith Sparacin <> [57]
___ I am using INETD lines in delegate 8.9.5 on Solaris 8. I am trying to upgrade delegate because 8.9.5 core dumps after adding a large number of INETD lines to the delegate.conf file. I hoping this is
  04/20-12:24 . 3191 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ Hi, Hmm, I found that it was disabled in 8.10.3-pre7. I'll fix it as the enclosed patch in the next release. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) Na
  04/20-12:28 . 3192 (Yutaka Sato) [40]
___ Sorry, I enclosed an irrelevant patch in the former message. Use the patch in this message. Hi, Hmm, I found that it was disabled in 8.10.3-pre7. I'll fix it as the enclosed patch in the next releas
  04/20-12:58 . 3193  Keith Sparacin <> [49]
___ Yutaka, I applied the patch to 9.1.1 and it fixed the problem. Thank you very much for your quick response. Keith
MSVCR70.DLL needed for SSL on Windows
  04/21-08:18 . 3194 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ Hi, You are right. My Windows (XP) pops up a window saying MSVCR70.dll not found. The DLL file might be redistributable freely, but I'm not sure. You'll find it on the Internet, or somewhere in your
Delegate: build error for VC6 and sockaddr_in6
  04/23-02:30 . 3195  Snow <> [32]
___ Hi, I had difficultly building delegate due to the error: cl -O -nologo -DQS -I../include -c teleportd.cpp -Foteleportd.o teleportd.cpp .../include\vsocket.h(118) : error C2011: 'sockaddr_in6' : 'st
Delegate: Invalid DNS name causes infinite loop
  04/23-02:36 . 3196  Snow <> [65]
___ Hi, If a computer's name has an underscore in it (eg, then resolving it will sometimes cause Delegate to go into an infinite loop and stop answering requests. The loop doesn't
  04/24-07:43 . 3197 (Yutaka Sato) [61]
___ Hi, It makes the loop because of you setup the loop as you described. I can reproduce the loop it as this: (setting as the DNS server of the Windows host) This query2 is issued by inet_pto
  04/24-17:39 . 3198 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ The inet_pton() of WinSock seems to issue DNS query when the given string contains a character which should not appear in an address. So filtering such ones before inet_pton() will be effective. I d
problem with CFI on Windows?
  04/25-02:07 . 3199  Martin Vetter <> [55]
___ I would like to use a perl-based CFI filter, using delegate 9.1.1 on Windows 2000 SP4: type dummy.bat @rem this batch file performs a filter op @perl -le "print <STDIN>" this filter is invoked from
  04/25-04:15 . 3200 (Yutaka Sato) [51]
___ Martin, It's wrong for you to use DeleGate on Windows, espacially with a little complecated features like CFI :p The first byte seems buffered in the FILE structure with non-buffering mode and lost
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