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

  •    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.

certificates - 🛡️ An online certificate authority and related tools for secure automated certificate management, so you can use TLS everywhere

  •    Go

An online certificate authority and related tools for secure automated certificate management, so you can use TLS everywhere. For more information and docs see the Step website and the blog post announcing Step Certificate Authority.

prince - :crown: Python factor analysis library (PCA, CA, MCA, FAMD)

  •    Python

Prince uses pandas to manipulate dataframes, as such it expects an initial dataframe to work with. In the following example, a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) is applied to the iris dataset. Under the hood Prince decomposes the dataframe into two eigenvector matrices and one eigenvalue array thanks to a Singular Value Decomposition (SVD). The eigenvectors can then be used to project the initial dataset onto lower dimensions.The first plot displays the rows in the initial dataset projected on to the two first right eigenvectors (the obtained projections are called principal coordinates). The ellipses are 90% confidence intervals.

peerca - generate ssl certificates for authentication

  •    Javascript

Instead of paying a lot of money to get a certificate signed by an NSA-approved certificate authority, with peerca each server explicitly signs the certificates that are allowed to connect to it. This is similar to how the authorized_keys file works in ssh but for TLS certificates.This package mostly shells out to openssl commands.




node-certifi - (Node Distribution) A carefully curated collection of Root Certificates for validating the trustworthiness of SSL certificates while verifying the identity of TLS hosts

  •    Javascript

Certifi is a carefully curated collection of Root Certificates for validating the trustworthiness of SSL certificates while verifying the identity of TLS hosts. It has been extracted from the Python Requests project.


pki - Scripts to bootstrap an internal Certificate Authority using Yubikeys

  •    Shell

Helper scripts to bootstrap an internal Certificate Authority using cross signed roots on two Yubikey devices, because everybody needs a little bit of PKI, and we can definitely make it cheaper and easier to achieve. This requires a pair of Yubikey devices to store root certificates and keys, as well as an offline machine to generate the root keys and intermediate certificates. In future it may be possible to generate all keys on devices to aleviate this need for a trusted / airgapped machine.

azure-iiot-opc-vault-service - Azure Industrial IoT OPC Vault Service

  •    CSharp

The certificate management service for OPC UA includes the OPC Vault Microservice to implement the CA certificate cloud service, a ASP.Net Core Sample Certificate Management Web Application front end and a OPC Vault Edge Module to implement a OPC UA GDS server for local connectivity. A Powershell deployment script automatically builds and deploys the services to your subscription. By default, security is configured for a production system.

crypki - A simple service for interacting with an HSM or other PKCS#11 device.

  •    Go

A simple service for interacting with an HSM or other PKCS#11 device. A simple service for interacting with an HSM or other PKCS #11 device. It supports minting and signing of both SSH and x509 certificates. Crypki is the certificate signing backend for the Athenz RBAC system.






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