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File download blocking
  09/22-07:30 . 3500 (Yutaka Sato) [24]
___ Hi, It depends on the usage of your DeleGate. If you are using DeleGate as a HTTP proxy (with SERVER=http without other MOUNTs), it can be as follows basically: MOUNT="*%S.exe = forbidden" MOUNT="*%
  09/22-07:40 . 3501 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ Or it can be as this for DeleGate as a FTP proxy or a reverse proxy with other MOUNTS: MOUNT="*%S.exe /dev/null pri=1" MOUNT="*%S.mp3 /dev/null pri=1" Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <y.sato@delegate
  09/22-09:27 . 3502  Macka316 <> [69]
___ Yutaka, many thanks for your response, it worked great! Also many thanks for sharing your excellent software. Macka.
Delegate ftp to sftp
  09/22-15:56 . 3503  "Mikko =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Sipil=E4?=" <> [262]
___ Hello, Delegate seems to be that what I have been looking for. Unfortunately I found the following bug when trying to use Delegate as a gateway from ftp to sftp on Redhat Linux (32bit). 1. Command "
  09/22-16:02 . 3504 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
___ Hi, I hope so. Try 9.2.5-pre4 or later. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology _< >_
proxy https
  09/22-22:23 . 3505  KINOSHITA Toshio <> [26]
___ はじめまして、木下と申します. delegateを利用して、他のProxyへ転送したいと考えております. 以下のような状況です. [PC] ---> [delegate] ---> [proxy] ---(internet)---> [http/https sites] HTTPの転送は出来
Transparent UDP relaying over SOCKS
  09/25-04:47 . 3506  David Ponzone <> [94]
___ Hello all, I have a weird requirement for transparent UDP relaying over SOCKS5. Let me explain myself. I have an IP-Phone A connected to my MacOSX, which acts as a routeur to Internet. The IP-Phone
delegte credhy
  09/26-04:15 . 3507  Martin Papadopoulos <> [40]
___ hello yutaka, when using credhy for delegate <=> encryption i get the message " ... bad key" how exactly should an encryption with delegate-master and Credhy be invoked ? example: ... FSV="-credhy"
  09/27-23:55 . 3508 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, It has not been implemented for MASTER and SOCKS. I uploaded 9.2.5-pre7 which includes the implementation of it. It's CRYPT=pass:"Key" with which Credhy encoder/decoder is initialized with the K
Transparent UDP relaying over SOCKS
  09/28-00:11 . 3509 (Yutaka Sato) [47]
___ Hi, Intercepting packets over IP is not the role of DeleGate as an application level proxy, as it is not the role of a transparent proxy for HTTP. It should be configured with some appropriate tools
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  09/28-21:33 . 3510  Steve Brown <> [19]
___ Hi all, Is it possible to configure delegate as an ftp proxy, so that a plain ftp client can connect to a remote site, and *if* that remote site supports TLS have delegate start a TLS encrypted sess
Transparent UDP relaying over SOCKS
  09/28-22:54 . 3511  David Ponzone <> [273]
___ Yutaka San, Thanks for this. I setup ipfw to forward the desired packets to Now, I am not sure I can use delegate to listen on 1080/udp and forward the packets transparently thro
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  09/29-03:46 . 3512 (Yutaka Sato) [40]
___ At least it should be as follows: ./delegated -P21 SERVER=ftp MOUNT="/* ftp://server/*" STLS=-fsv The protocol name "ftps:" means using TLS over a dedicated port (990) without negotiation procedure
Transparent UDP relaying over SOCKS
  09/29-04:01 . 3513 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, It can be as this: delegated -P1080 SERVER=udprelay://UDPhost:UDPport SOCKS= Note that a single destination port of the UDP (UDPhost:UDPport) need to be specified because there is
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  09/29-04:19 . 3514 (Yutaka Sato) [18]
___ Hi, I'm reminded that it is true for protocols like HTTP in which a client talks first, but it's not the case in FTP in which server talks first. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <>
Question on installation of delegate on windows
  10/02-10:36 . 3515  "Tet Cheng Chia" <> [35]
___ Hi, I am trying to install Delegate on Windows 2003. I have the following questions: 1) Should I be able to see delegated.exe anywhere after installation? Currently this is missing. 2) How do I chec
Multihomed HTTP proxy and SRCIF
  10/04-02:13 . 3516  "Igor Lidin" <> [53]
___ Hi, I'm trying to setup multi-IP HTTP proxy on a machine which has multiple network interfaces. My goal is to setup multiple http proxies on multihomed server to allow proxy clients to present diffe
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  10/04-19:38 . 3517  Steve Brown <> [19]
___ Thanks for the obvious point I missed! In the above example, I think MOUNT="/* ftp://server/*" means for all directories connect to 'server' and cd to the original path? In the log file I can see De
Uploading problem with HTTP(S) POST
  10/05-00:36 . 3518  "Jae Hwang" <> [260]
___ Hi, I have a problem in uploading a relatively large file throught http(s) post (multipart form data). I have tried to search the previous mail archives for a possible solution as well as to change
  10/05-04:17 . 3519 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ Hi, Hmm... DeleGate seems not to coped with the 100 (Continue) status from the server during relaying of POST request body. I made a workaround about it and uploaded the modified version as 9.2.5-pr
DeleGate with SSL encryption for a MSSQL
  10/05-04:33 . 3520  "Jae Hwang" <> [79]
___ Hi, Just curious if it is possible to estblish a SSL-encrypted connection between a MSSQL client and the DeleGate, and a normal connection between the DeleGate and a MSSQL server. I have tried: dele
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  10/05-07:04 . 3521 (Yutaka Sato) [48]
___ It can be done like a usual FTP proxy with STLS=-fsv as follows: delegated -P21 SERVER=ftp STLS=-fsv Then user can select a target server with USER or CWD command. USER user@server or USER user PASS
DeleGate with SSL encryption for a MSSQL
  10/05-08:42 . 3522 (Yutaka Sato) [39]
___ Hi, The problem is whether or not the client is talking in SSL. If the client is talking in SSL, the problem is what "[12]", 0x12, sent from the client means. It is not a SSLv3 packet, but it can be
Uploading problem with HTTP(S) POST
  10/05-08:58 . 3523  "Jae Hwang" <> [63]
___ Hi, Yutaka, It works great!!! Thank you for your help... Regards, Jae --- Original Message --- From: "Yutaka Sato" <> To: <> Cc: <e115138@hotmail..> Sent: W
  10/05-09:05 . 3524 (Yutaka Sato) [39]
___ Hi, Can I see the log around the POST corresponding to the following ? (to be sure wheter the fix is working as I expected) Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <>
  10/05-11:28 . 3525  "Jae Hwang" <> [154]
___ Hi, Yutaka, Here is the requested log. Thanks, Jae 0/04 22:19:48.44 [7008] 1+2/2/2: POST REQBODY 0 / 0 : ready = 2646582 0/04 22:19:48.44 [7008] 1+2/2/2: POST REQBODY 8192 / 0 : ready = 2646582 0/04
DeleGate with SSL encryption for a MSSQL
  10/05-12:50 . 3526  "Jae Hwang" <> [113]
___ Hi, Yutaka, The suggested args (both STLS and FCL with -dv) have been tried, and the related logs are shown below. thanks, Jae (1) delegated.exe -P11433 SERVER="tcprelay://localhost:1433" STLS=fcl -
  10/05-17:14 . 3527 (Yutaka Sato) [40]
___ Hi, Hmm... This packet seems not the one in SSL. Maybe the packet is the one in TDS for authentication in which the usage of SSL is negotiated. So it is necessary to interpret at least the authentic
Uploading problem with HTTP(S) POST
  10/05-17:23 . 3528 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
___ Hi, Thank you. I confirmed that the modification is working as I expected. This "HTTP/1.1 100 Continue" from the server is what must have been interpreted by DeleGate and forwarded to the client. Ch
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  10/05-22:53 . 3529  Steve Brown <> [28]
___ Hi Yutaka, Yes, thanks for that. I tried that approach originally and looked elsewhere when it didn't work. Sadly I didn't look in the right place during testing, and it was working all along... Is
  10/06-02:50 . 3530 (Yutaka Sato) [52]
___ Hi, I'm not so sure about your requirement but a simple notification of the usage of SSL with the FTP server can be done in the response message as follows: 230-- @ @ --[SSL]-- 230 \( - )/ -- { conn
Multihomed HTTP proxy and SRCIF
  10/06-04:04 . 3531 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
___ Hi, SRCIF seems not interpreted when it is used in INETD. Instead, you can use it in more usual way without INETD as follows: -P10.0.0.2:3129 SERVER=http SRCIF= Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sat
  10/06-04:27 . 3532 (Yutaka Sato) [48]
___ Hi, I found why SRCIF is disabled with INETD. Simply it's not initialzed. It can be fixed as the enclosed patch. It will be applied to the next release (9.2.5-pre12). Thank you for your notice. Chee
intercepting HTTP/HTTPS and its conversion using delegate
  10/06-13:40 . 3533  "Lito Kusnadi" <> [31]
___ Hi, I'm new to delegate. I am faced with a problem as follow: I have an application server which transfer XML file to a remote server using the HTTP POST method. The application server I have cannot
  10/06-15:01 . 3534 (Yutaka Sato) [25]
___ Hi, Mediating between a HTTP client and a HTTPS server can be done with a DeleGate (as a "reverse proxy") which accepts a connection in HTTP from a client then connects to a server in HTTPS as folow
  10/06-15:10 . 3535  "Lito Kusnadi" <> [40]
___ Hi Yutaka, In your example, using port 8888, is it necessary to use port other than 80? Or you assumed port 80 was used when you created the example? Thks. Lito Kindly Regards, Lito Kusnadi
  10/06-15:15 . 3536 (Yutaka Sato) [14]
___ You can use any port if you can use it. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology _< >_
Multihomed HTTP proxy and SRCIF
  10/06-23:22 . 3537  "Igor Lidin" <> [22]
___ Hi, release (9.2.5-pre12). Thank you for your notice. Thank you, it works now, but in the following configuration INETD=" - - - - - SERVER=http SRCIF=" INETD=" - -
  10/07-04:12 . 3538 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, I did not intend INETD to be used for HTTP in which a DeleGate process is reused for multiple connections from clients to cope with heavily repeated connections. The reuse can be disabled with t
  10/07-12:26 . 3539 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
___ Hi, I uploaded 9.2.5-pre13 in which the above MAXIMA is set by default when INETD is specified. By the way, using INETD for HTTP can make overhead which is not negligible in a practical usage. So it
HTTP to HTTPS conversion problem
  10/09-13:55 . 3540  "Lito Kusnadi" <> [155]
___ Hi, I managed to compile the delegate sourcecode in Linux Centos 4.3. I used a config file to run delegate as follow: -P8000 SERVER=http -v MOUNT="/**" STLS=fsv:https HOS
  10/09-16:18 . 3541 (Yutaka Sato) [45]
___ Hi, The reason of the failure is the failure of dynamic loading of SSL libraries. You seems not have the SSL libraries on an appropriate directory (typically /usr/lib or /lib). This shows that your
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  10/09-22:01 . 3542  Steve Brown <> [129]
___ Hi Yutaka, I'm experiencing odd things when I use Delegate to act as a TLS FTP gateway like you kindly described. Essentially, a non-TLS capable client when connecting via Delegate to a TLS capable
  10/10-00:12 . 3543 (Yutaka Sato) [136]
___ Hi, What is this "controlport-2" and "controlport-2" ? Seeing what the difference is between the case of the failure and the success will be helpful. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <y.sato@delegate.
HTTP to HTTPS conversion problem
  10/10-08:57 . 3544  "Lito Kusnadi" <> [69]
___ Thanks Yutaka, I'll try to compile again. By the way, would delegate be possible to remember the initial connectivity? This is the illustration: traffic converted from HTTP to HTTPS) When RemoteServ
  10/10-09:05 . 3545 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
___ You have /usr/lib/ ? If so and you compiled DeleGate without modification (without options like -static), any recompilation will not be useful to solve the problem. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutak
delegate security flaw [Virus checked]
  10/18-18:38 . 3546 [49]
___ hello yutaka, i recently discovered a security flaw which is related to the delegate permission control allthough using a filter like FCL="sslway ... -Vrfy" , when running in master mode , clients w
  10/18-20:46 . 3547 (Yutaka Sato) [47]
___ Hi, Maybe you are using a version of DeleGate older than DeleGate/9.2.5-pre7. As written in <URL:> after DeleGate/9.0 I'm shifting to STLS=fcl,fsv instead obsole
  10/18-21:05 . 3548 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, I found that FCL,FSV=sslway with MASTER is not disabled in the latest vesion. It'll be disabled in 9.2.5. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) N
Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En:3553] delegate security flaw [Virus checked]
  10/18-21:26 . 3549 [204]
___ Hello Yutaka, even with stls this is not the case ! the permission is denied after an initial relay has been made to an arbitrary server. therefore the delegate master process still is vulnerable to
  10/18-21:46 . 3550 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
___ Hi, If SSL is failed with STLS=fcl, MASTER DeleGate (with SERVER=delegate) cannot know any of client's request including the desitination server, so it cannot connect to anywhere. I think so. Cheers
Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En:3556] Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En:3553] delegate security flaw [Virus checked]
  10/18-22:02 . 3551 [132]
___ Hi , but in fact it is !. can i provide you with some logs to investigate this, or you can setup a simple scenario on your own an see it actually happen . no offense, but for the time beeing i have
  10/18-22:10 . 3552 (Yutaka Sato) [21]
___ Hi, Hmm... it is very starange. Are you using dynamically linked version of SSL libraries (which has become the standard of DeleGate/9) instead of the obsoleted sslway as the external command ? Anyw
delegate myauth encrypted user:pass
  10/19-22:00 . 3553 [28]
___ hello yutaka , is it possible to have myauth=user:pass in the same manner as -Fauth dgauth ( aka encrypted data in a file ) because on a command line invokement the myauth is shown in clear text . g
  10/20-00:08 . 3554 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ Hi, You can encrypt your configuration parameters including MYAUTH stored in a parameter file, like +="config.cdh", as described in <URL:> I
DeleGate/9.2.5 (BETA) -- signed executable, fixes for chained DeleGate, SSL, etc.
  10/20-07:30 . 3555 (Yutaka Sato) [147]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.2.5 -- signed executable, fixes for chained DeleGate, SSL, etc. + Verification of signed executable
delegate security flaw [Virus checked]
  10/20-10:05 . 3556 (Yutaka Sato) [38]
___ Hi, I still cannot figure out the case in which SERVER=delegate with STLS=fcl does accept and connect to the target server even when SSL with the client is failed, so your example and/or log showing
Antwort: Re: delegate security flaw [Virus checked]
  10/20-20:47 . 3557 [191]
___ hello yutaka, the new version works like a charm. encrpytion and authentication works as expected. i cannot provide the logs anymore, because they are deleted automatically. anyways , i'll keep an e
Filter and scan https traffic
  10/23-21:09 . 3558  Andreas Moroder <> [21]
___ Hello, I am new to DeleGate. Today we have the following configuration: same server) -> firewall -> world. Now I would like to filter https traffic and more important, to scan for viruses the https
  10/24-04:29 . 3559 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ Hi, I think it should be possible with the feather of DeleGate named MITM + CFI. <URL:> The configuration of DeleGate for it will be like this: delegated -P8080
Using delegate to gateway imap to
  10/30-11:38 . 3560  Doug Scoular <> [47]
___ Hi All, I've been trying to use delegated to allow me to access I want to proxy localhost port 993 using IMAP via SSL to Google mail port 995 using POP via SSL. I've tried the followi
  10/31-11:00 . 3561 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
___ Hi, As far as I know, DeleGate does not support the gateway from IMAP to POP. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced In
relative paths
  10/31-22:22 . 3562 [214]
___ Hi, I am using Delegate 9_2_5 proxy with a website that makes use of relative paths, however these paths appear incorrectly under certain cirmustances. I think I might need to configure the HTMLCONV
  11/01-05:07 . 3563 (Yutaka Sato) [50]
___ Hi, DeleGate does "normalization" of URLs in response data before applying a URL translation for MOUNT. The normalization is applied to get rid of illegal references to URL which should not be seen
Delegate behaviour analogue among well-known POP3 servers
  11/02-16:32 . 3564  Soldatov Andrey <> [7]
___ Hello, do you know big well-known POP3 server with SSL support on non-dedicated port which returns on CAPA command (at the beginning of connection) the same as DeleGate: C:\DeleGate> dg9_2_3 -f STLS
Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En:3569] relative paths
  11/03-00:11 . 3565 [231]
___ Hi, still having problems with this parameter. What I maybe forgot to mention is that I use Delegate as an certificate host and for ssltunneling. If I use the parameters as advised, I need to verify
  11/03-05:19 . 3566 (Yutaka Sato) [28]
___ Hi, Sorry but I cant see what does "certificate host" mean. If you need to relay HTTPS/SSL as a HTTP proxy relaying the server's certificate as is to the client, without STLS=mitm, there is nothing
supported CAPA / STLS for POP3 (Re: Delegate behaviour analogue among well-known POP3 servers)
  11/03-10:50 . 3567 (Yutaka Sato) [155]
___ Hi, I don't know so mutch about POP3 implementations because I'm not a practical user of POP3. I think the response from DeleGate can be so if you specified STLS="fcl" but it could not be with STLS=
  11/03-13:09 . 3568  Soldatov Andrey <> [12]
___ Hello, Yutaka, on 3 Nov 2006 you wrote Of course, I misprinted in my example. I used STLS=fcl but not STLS=-fcl. Thank you very much for your answer and for your code. Everything is clear now. Best
Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En:3573] Antwort: Re: [DeleGate-En:3569] relative paths
  11/03-16:00 . 3569 [241]
___ Hi, ok here's the content of the configuration file. Operating system is Windows. ADMIN=a@a.. SERVER=http TIMEOUT=dns:120,acc:300,con:300,silence:0 DELAY=reject:2 MOUNT=/* https://myaddress.adress.n
  11/03-17:16 . 3570 (Yutaka Sato) [45]
___ Hi, OK, I understand that you are using DeleGate as a gateway between HTTP cleints and a HTTPS server, reached via another HTTP proxy. Any URL of "https://..." in responses from the server must be r
DeleGate/9.3.0 (STABLE) -- new stable version
  11/07-22:10 . 3571 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.3.0 -- new stable version This is a new stable version of DeleGate with new features and many fixes
Question on switching upstream proxy based on port
  11/11-06:44 . 3572  "Tetsu Saiga" <> [40]
___ Hi, I'm trying to have Delegrate run as a Application level router that will switch to either a HTTP proxy or SOCKS base on the port. If it's port 80 then it should use a HTTP proxy and SOCKS for ev
  11/11-08:22 . 3573 (Yutaka Sato) [47]
___ Hi, As far as I remember, I've never announced that DeleGate supports relaying as a circuit level proxy as SOCKS and forwarding to an application level proxy as a HTTP proxy, although I've been inte
  11/11-13:15 . 3574  "Tetsu Saiga" <> [60]
___ Thanks for the help! It works great. I did notice the protocol being the same when I tested without the "http://" in PROXY. Seems like you made PROXY flexible because I was able to do "PROXY=proto:/
Odd HTTP proxy caching retrieval behaviour
  11/11-14:13 . 3575  "Tetsu Saiga" <> [154]
___ Hi, HTTP proxy caching is a bit odd. This is with version 9.3.0. The HTTP proxy runs with "delegated -P8080 SERVER=http CACHE=do". Files are cached but they do not get used after the same file is re
  11/12-04:31 . 3576 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ This "(no-cache)" in the log means the request from the client indicated not to use the cache, maybe with "Pragma: no-cache" or "Cache-Control: max-age=0" or so which is issued with a "Reload button
  11/12-09:47 . 3577  "Tetsu Saiga" <> [79]
___ You're right there's a "Cache-Control: no-cache". 1 GET xxxxxxxxxx HTTP/1.1 2 Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded 3 Keep-Alive: 300 4 User-Agent: xxxxx 5 Host: 6 Cache-Co
DeleGate/9.3.1 (STABLE) -- a fix for SSL session cache with client's certificate
  11/14-19:12 . 3578 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.3.1 -- a fix for SSL session cache with client's certificate Fixed the server-side SSL session cache
about sockmux pipe
  11/15-14:22 . 3579  "feng yan" <> [69]
___ hello, I installed DG9.3.0 in Linux. run delegate ,follow: SERVER=sockmux:commout@/tmp/wfifo PORT=9023 SERVER=sockmux:commout@/tmp/rfifo SERVER=http,-in delegated did not work .I found s
  11/15-14:48 . 3580 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, It seems that I did break SockMux over FIFO, maybe in DeleGate9.2. You can escape the problem with a parameter as follows: SOXCONF=crypt:no I'll fix the problem in DeleGate9.4.0. Cheers, Yutaka
  11/15-15:22 . 3581  "feng yan" <> [65]
___ hi,cheers now,delegate is ok! thanks for your help 2006/11/15, Yutaka Sato <>:
need for a ssh/scp proxy
  11/18-17:47 . 3582  "Ulrich Sommer" <> [55]
___ Hi, I'm using delegate for proxying telnet and ftp. Also I have hacked a little shell programm for proxying the ssh but outside from delegate. I think, that proxying ssh in the way like telnet and f
Linux HTTPS reverse proxy
  11/26-16:50 . 3583  Daniel Aizenstein <> [14]
___ Hi, I want to install delegate on a Linux SUSE system. I want to achieve the folowing: a user connect using HTTP protocol, the proxy work as expected. When a user connect using HTTPS protocol, the s
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  12/01-00:02 . 3584  Steve Brown <> [112]
___ Hi Yutaka, Please find the following two logs that hopefully will start to explain what I'm troubled with. I'm pretty sure the problem _only_ occurs when Delegate negotiates a TLS FTP session with t
Opera socks!!
  12/01-19:39 . 3585  "Mat Moot" <> [50]
___ Dear all, As you may know Opera does not support socks proxies, so the only way for me to do that was either through using sockscap or something similar (which causes some problems to my system) or
  12/02-17:01 . 3586 (Yutaka Sato) [25]
___ I'm not sure what "Opera" is but if it is a HTTP client and what you need is to relay from a HTTP-proxy (DeleGate running on the port #8080 for example) to a SOCKS server (running on the SocksHost:1
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS)
  12/02-17:47 . 3587 (Yutaka Sato) [38]
___ Hi, The problem seems not in SSL but in TCP/IP level. DeleGate says that it simply failed to establish TCP connection to the port on the server which was shown in the response for a PASV command. Yo
Linux HTTPS reverse proxy
  12/02-17:55 . 3588 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
___ I don't have experience with LDAP authenticaiton, but if you have PAM LDAP module installed, it should be able with a command like this: delegated -P8080 SERVER=http AUTHORIZER=-pam/ldap:https Cheer
Opera socks!!
  12/02-20:19 . 3589  "Mat Moot" <> [79]
___ Thanx, I appreciate your reply...this did work.. Opera is basically a browser which i am using sometimes instead of IE or FF. The funny thing is that they included a bittorrent client built-in in th
  12/02-20:59 . 3590 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
___ Hi, If you are not allowed to use proxy, you must not use it. By the way, it is technically easy to get rid of arbitrary HTTP headers with a parameter as this: HTTPCONF=kill-qhead:Via Cheers, Yutaka
  12/03-10:14 . 3591  "Mat Moot" <> [74]
___ Thanx for the help...this did the saved the day :) :) I use a proxy to bypass another proxy!! kind regards,
DeleGate/9.4.0 (ALPHA) -- implanted configuration parameters in the executable file
  12/04-23:46 . 3592 (Yutaka Sato) [181]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.4.0 -- (ALPHA) -- implanted configuration parameters in the executable file IMPLANTED CONFIGURATION
delegate FCL core dump
  12/05-02:08 . 3593 [31]
___ hello yutaka on my fedora core 6 i get core dumps when fcl is used e.g https / sockmux / STLS or the like what information can i provide to help solve this issue ? greetz from germany fly out to jap
  12/05-12:04 . 3594 (Yutaka Sato) [20]
___ Hi Martin, If you have received a mail from DeleGate automatically generated on the core dump including log and the backtrace, it will be so useful. Otherwise, the log of DeleGate around the core du
  12/05-23:06 . 3595 [186]
___ hello yutaka, here'z the bug report: PLEASE FORWARD THIS MESSAGE TO <>. IT WILL BE HELPFUL FOR DEBUGGING. Subject: DeleGate-Report: SIGQUIT From: [99] To: dele
  12/06-10:53 . 3596 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
___ Hi, Unfortunatelly the auto. bug-report of DeleGate did not contain enough information about how it is caused, so I need more info. - Can you see me the LOGFILE of DeleGate in the test ? - Did the p
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS) (SOLVED)
  12/06-22:23 . 3597  Steve Brown <> [36]
___ Hi Guys, You are absolutely correct. You prompted me to do some in depth debugging and I'm sending this in case it helps anyone else out in a firewalled environment. Our FTP proxy uses IPtables as a
multi-protocol Transparent Proxy over SOCKS (Re: Question on switching upstream proxy based on port)
  12/08-14:17 . 3598 (Yutaka Sato) [60]
___ Hi, I prototyped it in DeleGate version 9.4.1-pre2. With it, you don't need multiple-DeleGates for SOCKS and HTTP cache connected with TCP but only a single DeleGate for a SOCKS will act as a HTTP c
delegate e-a core dump
  12/09-08:08 . 3599  Martin Papadopoulos <> [99]
___ hello yutak, finally made a log excerption for your investigation on the e-a dump 12/09 00:04:53.21 [7997] 0+0: ## accept([8]:8080)=16 12/09 00:04:53.21 [8001] 1+0: -- Fork(SequentialServer): 7997 -
ftp to ftp gateway +(optional TLS) (SOLVED)
  12/11-01:01 . 3600 (Yutaka Sato) [48]
___ Hi Steve, Thank you for your precise description of the problem. It'll be helpful for others who will encounter the same problem, and for me to reduce a suspicion on DeleGate :) Maybe what DeleGate
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