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A server that works in combination with stunnel.js to allow you to serve http and https from any computer, anywhere through a secure tunnel.


Installs as stunnel.js with the alias jstunnel (for those that regularly use stunnel but still like commandline completion).


npm install -g stunneld

Advanced Usage

How to use stunnel.js with your own instance of stunneld.js:

stunneld.js --servernames --protocols wss --secret abc123


--secret          the same secret used by stunnel client (used for authentication)
--serve           comma separated list of <proto>:<servername>:<port> to which
                  incoming http and https should be forwarded

Privileged Ports without sudo

# Linux 
sudo setcap 'cap_net_bind_service=+ep' $(which node)

Alterntive Methods


We created this for anyone to use on their own server or VPS, but those generally cost $5 - $20 / month and so it's probably cheaper to purchase data transfer (which we supply, obviously), which is only $1/month for most people.

Just use the client (stunnel.js) with Daplie's tunneling service (the default) and save yourself the monthly fee by only paying for the data you need.

* Daplie Tunnel (zero setup)
* Heroku (zero cost)
* Chunk Host (best deal per TB/month)


The bottom line: As with everything in life, there is no such thing as anonymity or absolute security. Only use stunneld services that you trust. :D

Even though the traffic is encrypted end-to-end, you can't just trust any stunneld service willy-nilly.

A man-in-the-middle attack is possible using Let's Encrypt since an evil stunneld service would be able to complete the http-01 and tls-sni-01 challenges without a problem (since that's where your DNS is pointed when you use the service).

Also, the traffic could still be copied and stored for decryption is some era when quantum computers exist (probably never).


npm i stunneld

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