The advantage of this web server approach is that you can keep your disk drives as not shared, yet open read only access to a directory tree. This program also defaults to a directory listing rather than index.html if no file is given, which makes it easy to browse for the desired file(s) to download. The default directory is \shared on the same drive as intrasrv.exe, but you can use the -r command line flag to point to another directory (and its subdirectories). You can even use the -p flag to listen at a different port and the -v flag to watch what's being requested. You can make access more secure by using -u to set a user name and -P to set a password - the usual browser login dialog will be presented upon first access by a browser.
C:\Example>intrasrv -v -p 8008 -r c:\temp -u georgew -P 1776july4th
intrasrv will generate a "CMD" button next to the header's directory path for directory listing pages if the request comes from the same computer that intrasrv is running on. Clicking this button will open a Command Prompt (aka Dos Box) logged to the directory you are viewing.
By default, intrasrv restricts access to your local subnet (computers whose IP address numbers match the 1st 3 sets of numbers for your computer). You can use the -R command line flag to tighten this restriction (-R 4) to allow only your own computer or to loosen this restriction to allow more IP addresses:
|192.168.1.100 = Your IP address - which is always allowed|
|Cmd line flag:||-R 4||-R 3 (default)||-R 2||-R 1||-R 0|
|192.168.2.101||not allowed||not allowed||allowed||allowed||allowed|
|126.96.36.199||not allowed||not allowed||not allowed||not allowed||allowed|
intrasrv can be configured to act like a normal web server by using the -i command line flag. When -i is given, and an incoming URL is for a directory rather than a file, a directory listing is returned only if the directory contains a file (or directory) named .htaccess; otherwise index.html is returned (or a 403 Forbidden error if there is no index.html in the directory).
Older Windows systems (at least Win95/98) have an incomplete "Services" file. Look for it in C:\Windows\ or one of its subdirectories. In NT4 Services resides in "...\drivers\etc". What is missing is an entry for http; therefore, using Notepad, after the entry for finger add a line with "http 80/tcp" - intrasrv.exe relies on this entry.
finger 79/tcp kerberos 88/tcp
finger 79/tcp http 80/tcp kerberos 88/tcp
intrasrv will also work with a SSL Wrapper like stunnel to provide https support. There is nothing to do to configure intrasrv itself; you can configure stunnel as follows:
Note that ports 80 and 443 are the standard HTTP and HTTPS ports; you can easily modify the stunnel configuration file to point to less well know ports such as
wgetall.exe (stored in wgetall.zip - 22,191) Console Application 2007/09/29
This program will download a file via HTTP, save it in the current directory, then download all the files pointed to by downloaded file. It is primarily intended to use with IntraSrv to grab all the files pointed to by a page IntraSrv is displaying. But it can also be used to grab all the files pointed to by any HTML page on the internet (currently there is no support for cgi, php, asp, etc. pages).
It works by downloading the initial file, saving it, and then parsing that file and downloading each href string by calling itself with the -1 flag. All files are stored in the same directory from which wgetall was run.
Documented SEH Based Remote Code Execution flaw in intrasrv
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