srvdir is a program that takes a path to a directory and then creates a secure, public HTTPS endpoint which serves the files from that folder.
Although the hosted service has been shut down, the code remains available on github if you'd like to run the service yourself. This website and the documentation remains here for historical and informational purposes.
Have some files you need to share with a friend? Just run srvdir on that folder and then send them a link!
Need access to your files at home? srvdir can let you download them securely from anywhere.
srvdir interprets index.html files just like a normal static file server, so you can even run blogs and static sites over it.
srvdir can be useful for testing static responses to webhooks (like TwiML).
All srvdir URLs are served over HTTPS with SSL/TLS encryption.
Just add the
-auth flag to protect any served directory with a username and password.
srvdir builds on top of the world's best tunneling software, giving it production-grade latency and throughput up to 100's of reqs/sec.
srvdir has zero runtime dependencies. Just download it for your platform and run.
Both srvdir's client and server are open-source on Github. Help make it better!
srvdir optionally supports HTTP PUT for uploading files through firewalls as well.