Currently the public endpoint was closed. The command below would not work. If you want to try Negy, create your own network. See Create full Negy network on your local pc
Launch your own gateway!
For more secure routing, you should set up your own gateway. This is also one-line executable, assuming you have a docker runtime environment - if you are not familiar with docker, please refer to this document. Now, execute the following command. Note that this is an interactive execution for testing purposes, but if you want to run it as a daemon, add the
If all users use the same public gateway, the load may be concentrated and unstable. In this respect, managing your own gateway has an advantage.
docker run -it -p 3000:3000 tbrand/negy-gateway:latest --node-pool-endpoint https://pool.negy.io
Execute http request
If it starts up successfully, run the following command: have you received the html from example.com?
curl https://example.com -x http://localhost:3000
The request passes through nodes randomly selected by the gateway. Each node carries the encrypted payload without knowing the routing. In other words, nobody knows the origin of the access except the gateway. If a malicious public gateway exists, there is a non-zero chance that your access is recorded. Therefore, for more secure routing, you should either use local container proxies like this or launch your own public gateway. The latter has the advantage that you can use Negy on any device.