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  1. I wanted to ask how Resilio is currently protecting the web interface against brute-force attacks? I could not find any relevant settings in the config. Also, is there an options to activate 2FA for the web interface? thanks!
  2. Thanks for the advice. I get this line in netstat: tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:8888 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN - I stopped firewalld, but it still does not work.
  3. Hi, thanks for the help. My config file has that already: "webui" : { "listen" : "0.0.0.0:8888" // remove field to disable WebUI This was there without me adding it. Should that be enough? I am a bit confused because the export of the config file does not seem to match 100% the actual settings in the client, e.g. I disabled uPnP but it's ON in the config that was exported.
  4. Hey guys, I just freshly setup Resilio on a PC running CentOS stream. I can access the web interface on the same PC with https://localhost:8888/ but not from another computer I have made sure that the firewall has tcp port 8888 open (it should work, I have another service running, opened the firewall and there it works as well). Any idea what I can check to fix this matter? Is there any setting that needs to be set to access the webUI from another computer? thanks
  5. thanks for the explanation. I guess I should set the other peers to read-only instead.
  6. I have a shared folder that is synced between 2 of "my" devices and one other device. The main device (where all the files are) is a QNAP NAS (V 2.5.9 Build 1088). The folder there is set as read-only to make sure that other devices don't overwrite files on the NAS. The other devices are all set to "selective sync". Since some time, files and folders added to the NAS are not visible in the remote devices. Disconnecting and reconnecting them did not help. Restarting the remote device did not help either. The "history" menu on the NAS does not show that files have been added as well.
  7. There should be a process that allows people to erase the file history of a folder and make all connected machines assume that the folder is "new". Is a disconnect achieving that? Because then at least I could periodically dis-and reconnect a folder so reduce the RAM usage.
  8. I would like to know how Resilio - as a protocol and as a company - is treating privacy questions. Questions I have: Who can see the file names, folder names I am sharing? Is the traffic encrypted? What encryption method is used? Who has access to this encryption? Can someone sitting in the middle (a network admin) see the contents of files? See file names? Who can see my peer IP addresses? What impact does using a tracker server have on this? What impact using a relay server have? What kind of information are shared with Resilio as a company?
  9. never mind, found the solution. This is unneccessarily cumbersome. Why can't there be a feature when you connect them that ask you what type of connection you want? https://help.resilio.com/hc/en-us/articles/206216565-How-to-create-a-Read-Only-folder-while-syncing-across-linked-devices-
  10. I am running the pro version of Resilio and want to connect a folder between two devices as read-only. How can I do that? I cannot find that feature setting in Advanced folders or "normal" ones.
  11. I am trying to install the latest version of btsyc on a CentOS 6.5 headless server. I cannot reach the WebUI. I configured the webui on port 65000. This is confirmed by the command line reply when I start the service: The service itself is configured to run on port 8888. When I run `lsof -Pnl +M -i4`, I get the following output: btsync 25687 500 9u IPv4 536416051 0t0 TCP *:8888 (LISTEN) btsync 25687 500 10u IPv4 536416052 0t0 UDP *:8888 btsync 25687 500 13u IPv4 536416060 0t0 UDP *:3838 Nothing else seems to be listening