I know of Oraclize. As discussed in this answer How does Oraclize handle the TLSnotary secret? by Jeff Coleman there are disadvantages, and he suggests using TLSNotary oneself is safer than trusting Oraclize.
I need to fetch data from third-party API's to get private data with a private API key. It's not public data like ETH price where I can use a network of oracles to fetch this for me (like MakerDAO).
I'm wondering how you prove the information you're inputting is not altered since you received it. Oraclize uses TLSNotary, does anybody have any idea how that actually works/how to implement? I went to https://tlsnotary.org/ but don't see an automated service one can use (there is a browser extension).
If not TLSNotary, has anybody heard/used a different method to prove the data is not corrupted? Thanks for any help or ideas!