TLS Tunnel uses a simple protocol which we call TLSVPN. TLSVPN generates a unique internal IP for each connected user, it allows communication between users on the same server, this function is optional and can be blocked via application settings. All traffic generated between the client and server is protected with TLSv1.3.
Through this application, the initial connection can be adjusted (we call it injection) with a typed connection text (HTTP standard or other), or set SNI for handshaking with the server. This is very useful for bypassing the restrictions imposed by the internet provider or any network you are using during the connection. Each user is assigned an ID randomly generated by the application to connect to the server.
You can import and export connection method settings. The configuration file has a .tls extension, it is an encrypted text file containing all the information specified before exporting it except for the DNS part and connection options such as reconnect and internal IP exposure. When exported, you can set a message for who imports it and lock it so that the method settings cannot be viewed or edited.