Boringproxy looks fantastic. I’m begrudgingly using cloudflare zero tunnels at the moment and I’d like to switch.
I’ve got a dev server that clients check to add content on sometimes. The server is on my home network so I wonder how to protect it. A general password would help, but can be brute forced. Could I add fail2ban or crowdsec to throttle the login attempts?
Otherwise, how cloudflare zero tunnels work is otherwise really clever: The user have to give their email to receive a code. This way I can keep track of who’s online, but also it’s so much easier not having to send yet another password. Everyone remembers their own email. I work with people who don’t use password managers sometimes, for example. This I could potentially set up myself, I think, but I’m not sure how to hook it into boringproxy… Not sure this is a question, but more of a general thought.