stunnel is a recommended TLS tunnel (http://www.stunnel.org), which is easy to
install on Linux or OS X. Probably Windows too, but who knows...
You need to configure it, so save the following as "mume-tls.conf", tested with stunnel 5.44 on OS X:
[mume] accept = 8888 client = yes connect = mume.org:4242 CAfile = /etc/ssl/cert.pem verifyChain = yes checkHost = mume.org
or this with stunnel 5.30 on Ubuntu Linux:
[mume] accept = 8888 client = yes connect = mume.org:4242 CAfile = /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt verify = 2 checkHost = mume.org
and start stunnel as "stunnel ./mume-tls.conf". You can then connect via
localhost:8888, and your communication will be encrypted. Exactly how to do
that depends on your client.
See also: TLS
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