I've installed Baracuda drive on my Raspberry Pi in order to access files located on an attached USB drive from a browser. This works well in my local network and now I want to open a port on my router to access the files via the internet. I want to use an HTTPS connection for obvious reasons, but this is not supported by default.
Baracuda drive has some tunneling software as desribed here, but it doesn't seem to work on a Pi's architecture. I get a:
./MxTunnel: cannot execute binary file: Exec format error
when I try to run it.
So to get HTTPS working, I want to install software called Stunnel. Is this a good way to get my HTTPS connection up and running or are there easier/better alternatives?