First the files will be saved on the local disk, unpacked and scanned. If everything is ok you can save it to your disk. During this you can see a report of the progress.
You need squid, perl and a webserver (e.g. apache) for running SquiVi2.
|integration of any virusscanner|
|integration of any deflate tool|
|for HTTP and FTP (no HTTPS - for now)|
|many different languages|
|HTTP-auth support included|
|Cookies, Referer and UserAgent submited|