Fortitude HTTP x 64 184.108.40.206 freeware
This web server was created to give windows users a free and easy-to-use alternative to commercial web servers. This server features hundreds of in-depth behind the scenes security features and a growing number of user defined security features. Supports: Multiple sites, virtual roots, CGI, scripting engines, custom filters, HTTP compression & caching, HTTP 1.1 resume, easy to use front end, fully configurable XML backend and much more.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||HTTP server, web server, security feature, server, HTTP, connection|
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|220.127.116.11||Nov 16, 2019||New Release||Removed all dependencies on the registry. Configuration files are located by relative path to binaries.
Woah, welcome back WindowsXP support. (64-Bit Only!)
|18.104.22.168||Jan 26, 2018||New Release||Modified custom filters to allow outgoing buffers to be modified.
Added new custom filter type: On Before Compression.
Included new filter to minify outgoing data.
Resolved issue which causes SSI data not to be compressed.
Consolidated projects into one Visual Studio solution.
Upgraded platform SDK for Windows 10.
Resolved several x64 bugs which were very unlikely to be encountered.
Resolved buffer overrun when using long virtual root paths.
Resolved incorrect PDB on 64bit installer.
Resolved memory leak caused by duplicate allocations.
|22.214.171.124||Apr 8, 2015||New Release||Resolved issue with anti image-leaching/direct-linking which caused feature to remain enabled after disabling it.
Implemented permanent redirect on non-trailing-slash requests for directories.
Implemented thread-pump spin counter to greatly increase network throughput.
Further refinement has been made as of the 2/18/2013 release.