This project is a open source private key encrypted HTTP tunnel that consists of 2 programs. The SafeTunnel server sits on the web server and the SafeTunnel client sits on the client. The user's web browser will connect to the client and the client will then connect to the SafeTunnel server located on the webserver, the server will then connect to the WebServer and the two programs will then encrypt/decrypt data back and forth forwarding the data to the Browser/Web server as needed. The encryption key will be a private-key that should be distributed out-of-band. The web server should be setup to only accept connections from the localhost, this allows 100% safe and anonymous browsing to the page. As all HTTP logs will look like the connections are coming from itself which they are, NOTE the server may easily be modified to log connections & headers etc...
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