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TFProtocol (Transfer Protocol)

The TFProtocol works by sending text commands from client to the server in a TCP connection. Every time a command is received at the server it responds with a command execution status. TFProtocol has evolved from its origin to become a modular meta-protocol that allows the addition of any type of module to gain functionalities. Those functionalietes goes from the main core -that allows text commands execution- to complex modules that give you the posiblity to implement chat applications or even execute any thrid-party modules at the server side written in any language. Example of those modules are the support added to run the main databases services like PostgreSQL or MySQL.

With TFProtocol you can develop Android Apps that can be integrated through network communication with other apps or services like web sites or IoT devices. The frontiers of what you may do with TFProtocol and in particular with its ACE Subsystem it is only limited by your imagination.

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-Space in a shared VPS with TFProtocol and other services on demand, this way you can develop applications that interact among them. -Subdomains, this way you can use a domain name for your developments instead of an ip address. -Shared o dedicated VPN service on a VPS with a powerfull console administration that allows you to create easly any number of profiles. -Technical Support and assistance.

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Sandbox How-To-Use

For testing the capacities of this protocol you can try our sandbox (it is free), is located in an isolate space with low capacities giving you a lot of features explained in the documents above, you may notice that those documents explains which data are transfer with each command you execute... When you are instancing any tfprotocol class you may give the next data to connect to sandbox (For production you must read the production section).

  • IP/Domain Name:
  • TCP Port: 10999
  • Public Key: -----BEGIN PUBLIC KEY----- MIIBIjANBgkqhkiG9w0BAQEFAAOCAQ8AMIIBCgKCAQEAlhjLEFcJQBkXlyP46utJ JTrcE2v8KFXVwjAjJ5aiHuNmUBzo9pYLSLqr4ZDbmsmrEBlyZvL2O7wYqjqw3UnR dQCxhxfWeNSV3uXKEDDJQdkpbUpSvmNFXL0JZHDX1HHQ/LNPzEj+bv2jFyq2H+ic WNjv0LWeI5iIpip2H3U55POiog822CRglNjcARWfbh0mWlAs3hHIbac9Ar2DK3gn uqRPPIYMbUYcify/gJrm50Gls1v+zaH+mcMB7VqSvDzskOm34NoL2KNtjZTZnM6k x0j5+s8dfqPXcgmO/YyOr002ijLUPE/PPV5zsIyObze/Z/ONGtO5Bd9ZhnpZCEEO zQIDAQAB -----END PUBLIC KEY-----
  • Hash: testhash
  • Version: 0.0
  • Length: 36

Extended Arbitrary Code Execution or ACE allows only to execute the next binaries inside the sandbox (in production you can execute any binary you want, so you are able to run any web backend like Django, .NET CORE, etc...) The inskey for access to ACE it is tfproto

  • /bin/ls
  • /bin/echo

Parameters for /bin/ls must be: /bin/ls /

Parameters for /bin/echo can be anyone


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