If you are interesting to build your own internet-ready privacy network, You are in luck with this open-source project (Project V).
But wait, Why would any one would be interested to go through all of the troubles to build his own configured structure instead of choosing a service from the free dozens up-there?
For many the thrill of learning and see how it works, for others they like to be in-control of their own tools.
Project V is a multi-platform production-ready set of tools to build privacy-ready networks. It's core called V2Ray; a tool that manages network protocols and communications.
Unlike other similar open-source projects, this project is up-to-date, production-ready and well documented with a powerful tools and rich workflow.
Project V is in active development, it's documentation is updated regularly and some parts of the documentation are not yet complete, however they are not critical, so stay tuned.
- Multiple platforms (macOS, Windows, and Linux)
- Third-party support for mobile (Android)
- Multiple inbound/ outbound proxies
- Multi-protocol supports (Socks, HTTP, Shadowsocks, VMess etc. Each protocol may have its own transport, such as TCP, mKCP, WebSocket etc.)
- Multi-paradigm support
- Highly configurable
- Customizable routing
- Reverse proxy
- Policy settings manager
- Docker installation support
- Rich command-line interface
- Well documented
- Developer friendly
- Production ready
- Statistics: User traffic, Global traffic
- Community support in English and Chinese
Project V offers different workflow options which include single server setup, server bridge and internal privacy-powered network. It has a flexible configuration options that ease the required workflow setup.
Project V is an open-source project that released under MIT License
If you are into building network apps or work in network security and pen-testing, You should give this project a try. Also, We would recommend this project to who are learning Go programming language which is the core programming language for Project V, as going thru its open-source code can improve their Go language skills.
Support and Donations
If you used this project and interested in supporting it, you can reach their donation page here.