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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.

auto-sni - 🔐 Free, automated HTTPS for NodeJS made easy.

  •    Javascript

If you have any questions, throw them up on gitter. AutoSNI requires access to low level ports 80 (http) and 443 (https) to operate by default. These ports are typically restricted by the operating system.

acme - Go client library implementation for ACME v2

  •    Go

eggsampler/acme is a Go client library implementation for ACME v2 revision 10, specifically for use with the Let's Encrypt service. The library is designed to provide a wrapper over exposed directory endpoints and provide objects in easy to use structures.




LetsEncrypt - (Archived prototype) ASP

  •    CSharp

Oct 2018: Marking this project as "archived" on GitHub because I ran out of personal time to work on this and didn't get it up to a good enough quality to publish this. If you're interesting in continuing this project, please reach out to me: https://twitter.com/natemcmaster. The goal of this project is to make setting up HTTPS made easy.

wp-encrypt - Generate and manage SSL certificates for your WordPress sites for free with this Let's Encrypt client

  •    PHP

This plugin is no longer maintained. Generate and manage SSL certificates for your WordPress sites (or networks) for free with this Let's Encrypt client.

keycloak-postgres-nginx - Docker configuration for Keycloak + Nginx + Postgres (with Let's Encrypt support)

  •    Shell

Docker configuration for Keycloak + Nginx + Postgres with Let's Encrypt support. Easily setup a standalone node for Keycloak server so you can worry less about authentication and worry more about your application features.

fritz-tls - Automate TLS certificate installation for AVM FRITZ!Box

  •    Go

In case you want to know how to do that manually, take a look at AVM's knowledge base article.


django-docker-traefik - Django with Docker and Traefik

  •    Python

Check out the post. Update the domain in docker-compose.prod.yml, and add your email to traefik.prod.toml.

fastapi-docker-traefik - FastAPI with Docker and Traefik

  •    Python

Check out the post. Update the domain in docker-compose.prod.yml, and add your email to traefik.prod.toml.

bzed-dehydrated - Puppet module for centralized CSR signing using Let’s Encrypt™ and lukas2511/dehydrated - keeping your keys safe on the host they belong to

  •    Ruby

Centralized CSR signing using Let’s Encrypt™ - keeping your keys safe on the host they belong to. Signed certificates are shipped back to the requesting host.

acmez - Premier ACME client library for Go

  •    Go

ACMEz ("ack-measy" or "acme-zee", whichever you prefer) is a fully-compliant RFC 8555 (ACME) implementation in pure Go. It is lightweight, has an elegant Go API, and its retry logic is highly robust against external errors. ACMEz is suitable for large-scale enterprise deployments. NOTE: This module is for getting certificates, not managing certificates. Most users probably want certificate management (keeping certificates renewed) rather than to interface directly with ACME. Developers who want to use certificates in their long-running Go programs should use CertMagic instead; or, if their program is not written in Go, Caddy can be used to manage certificates (even without running an HTTP or TLS server).






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