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pem - Create private keys and certificates with node.js

  •    Javascript

Here are some examples for creating an SSL key/cert on the fly, and running an HTTPS server on port 443. 443 is the standard HTTPS port, but requires root permissions on most systems. To get around this, you could use a higher port number, like 4300, and use https://localhost:4300 to access your server. Please have a look into the API documentation.

ios-csr - Generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) in iOS

  •    Objective-C

Just a simple class extracted from my other project. Feel free to use, improve and contribute.

sewer - Let's Encrypt(ACME) client. CLI app & python library

  •    Python

Sewer is a Let's Encrypt(ACME) client. It's name is derived from Kenyan hip hop artiste, Kitu Sewer. It allows you to obtain ssl/tls certificates from Let's Encrypt. Sewer also ships with a commandline interface(called sewer or sewer-cli) that you can use to get/renew certificates. Your dns providers credentials need to be supplied as environment variables.




kube-csr - Generate, submit, approve, fetch, renew and purge certificates in Kubernetes

  •    Go

But you can also choose to select the steps you want to execute. The garbage collector can be daemonized with the adapted flags.

google-cloud-kms-csr - Create CSR request with Google Cloud KMS or HSM

  •    Go

Quick utility tool that creates a CSR cert and signs it with a private key coming from Google Cloud KMS or HSM. The private key never leaves Google, everyone is happy. The CSR can then be used to get cert from CA. Make sure to use an asymmetric key.






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