Updog is a replacement for Python's
SimpleHTTPServer. It allows uploading and downloading via HTTP/S, can set ad hoc SSL certificates and use HTTP basic auth.
Install using pip:
pip3 install updog
updog [-d DIRECTORY] [-p PORT] [--password PASSWORD] [--ssl]
|-d DIRECTORY, --directory DIRECTORY||Root directory [Default=.]|
|-p PORT, --port PORT||Port to serve [Default=9090]|
|--password PASSWORD||Use a password to access the page. (No username)|
|--ssl||Enable transport encryption via SSL|
|-h, --help||Show help|
Serve from your current directory:
Serve from another directory:
updog -d /another/directory
Serve from port 1234:
updog -p 1234
Password protect the page:
updog --password examplePassword123!
Please note: updog uses HTTP basic authentication. To login, you should leave the username blank and just enter the password in the password field.
Use an SSL connection:
A special thank you to Nicholas Smith for designing the updog logo.
More at: https://github.com/sc0tfree/updog
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