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acme - :lock: acmetool, an automatic certificate acquisition tool for ACME (Let's Encrypt)

acmetool is an easy-to-use command line tool for automatically acquiring certificates from ACME servers (such as Let's Encrypt). Designed to flexibly integrate into your webserver setup to enable automatic verification. Unlike the official Let's Encrypt client, this doesn't modify your web server configuration.You can perform verifications using port 80 or 443 (if you don't yet have a server running on one of them); via webroot; by configuring your webserver to proxy requests for /.well-known/acme-challenge/ to a special port (402) which acmetool can listen on; or by configuring your webserver not to listen on port 80, and instead running acmetool's built in HTTPS redirector (and challenge responder) on port 80. This is useful if all you want to do with port 80 is redirect people to port 443.

dehydrated - letsencrypt/acme client implemented as a shell-script – just add water

It uses the openssl utility for everything related to actually handling keys and certificates, so you need to have that installed. Please keep in mind that this software and even the acme-protocol are relatively young and may still have some unresolved issues. Feel free to report any issues you find with this script or contribute by submitting a pull request.

boulder - An ACME-based CA, written in Go.

This is an implementation of an ACME-based CA. The ACME protocol allows the CA to automatically verify that an applicant for a certificate actually controls an identifier, and allows domain holders to issue and revoke certificates for their domains.Boulder has a Dockerfile to make it easy to install and set up all its dependencies. This is how the maintainers work on Boulder, and is our main recommended way to run it.

freshcerts - ACME certificate protocol (Let's Encrypt) proxy client with a dashboard and monitoring

ACME (currently implemented by Let's Encrypt) is a way to automatically (re)issue TLS certificates. freshcerts solves both problems. It runs a server that exposes a much simpler API to your servers (they'll use a tiny shell script that's pretty much openssl | curl | tar) and a dashboard to your system administrators. Servers are monitored to ensure they actually use the certs issued for them. Email notifications are sent to the admins for all errors found by monitoring and for all issued certificates.

acmesmith - An effective ACME client: Manage keys on the cloud (e.g. S3)

Acmesmith is an ACME (Automatic Certificate Management Environment) client that works perfect on environment with multiple servers. This client saves certificate and keys on cloud services (e.g. AWS S3) securely, then allow to deploy issued certificates onto your servers smoothly. This works well on Let's encrypt. This tool is written in Ruby, but Acmesmith saves certificates in simple scheme, so you can fetch certificate by your own simple scripts.

node-acme - Client for ACME protocol

Reference implementation of ACME. This implementation is intended more as a tool for learning about ACME and working on its development than something to be used in production.

acme-wsl - Install acme / plan9port on Windows Subsystem for Linux

Install acme / plan9port on Debian/Ubuntu-based distros on Windows Subsystem for Linux.

certificaat - General-purpose ACME client

Certificaat is a general-purpose ACME client, fully compatible with the Let’s Encrypt CA. Certificaat’s aim is to help you retrieve a certificate for your domain, and subsequently help you set up a cron job and forget about it.

chef-acme - Chef cookbook to request SSL certificates at Let's Encrypt

Automatically get/renew free and trusted certificates from Let's Encrypt (letsencrypt.org). ACME is the Automated Certificate Management Environment protocol used by Let's Encrypt. Installs the required acme-client rubygem.