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Signal TLS Proxy

To run a Signal TLS proxy, you will need a host that has ports 80 and 443 available and a domain name that points to that host.

  1. Install docker and docker-compose (apt update && apt install docker docker-compose)
  2. Ensure your current user has access to docker (adduser $USER docker)
  3. Clone this repository
  4. ./
  5. docker-compose up --detach

Your proxy is now running! You can share this with the URL<your_host_name>

Updating from a previous version

If you've previously run a proxy, please update to the most recent version by pulling the most recent changes from main, then restarting your Docker containers:

git pull
docker-compose down
docker-compose up --detach