node-acme

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The module provides both client and server implementations. For full details of the protocol, see the ACME protocol specification. An ACME client represents a certificate subject, such as a web server. For example, you might use ACME to acquire a certificate when a new web server instance starts up. This module provides both a fine-grained client interface and a simple one-line call to get a certificate.

https://github.com/pombredanne/node-acme

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