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docker-compose-letsencrypt-nginx-proxy-companion - Automated docker nginx proxy integrated with letsencrypt

  •    Shell

With this repo you will be able to set up your server with multiple sites using a single NGINX proxy to manage your connections, automating your apps container (port 80 and 443) to auto renew your ssl certificates with Let´s Encrypt. Update this file with your preferences.

certify - SSL Certificate Manager UI for Windows, powered by Let's Encrypt

  •    CSharp

The SSL/TLS Certificate Management GUI for Windows, powered by Let's Encrypt, allowing you to generate and install free SSL certificates for Windows/IIS (with automated renewal). Advanced users can explore the different validation modes, deployment modes and other advanced options.

lets-encrypt - Let’s Encrypt Add-on for Jelastic Cloud

  •    Javascript

Let’s Encrypt is a free and open Certificate Authority, that simplifies and automates processes of browser-trusted SSL certificates issuing and appliance. This is achieved through obtaining a browser-trusted SSL certificate from Let's Encrypt and attaching it to environment entry point (i.e. either compute node or load balancer). Upon integrating such certificate into your application, it will start supporting secure connection via the HTTPS protocol.Herewith, pay attention that Tomcat 8/9, GlassFish 4 and HAProxy servers are supported only starting with 4.9.5 Jelastic Platform version. Other stacks support is going to be implemented further.

simple-httpd - Simple HTTP server is a replacement for Python SimpleHTTPServer

  •    Go

simple-httpd is aimed to be a simple replacement for using python -m SimpleHTTPServer to serve local files. Like SimpleHTTPServer, simple-httpd supports HTTP GET and HEAD requests and adheres to the HTTP/1.1 RFC 2616 guidelines.The HTML output is a mix of the Python module layout and of an Apache directory listing layout.




ssl-proxy - :lock: Simple zero-config SSL reverse proxy with real autogenerated certificates (LetsEncrypt, self-signed, provided)

  •    Go

A handy and simple way to add SSL to your thing running on a VM--be it your personal jupyter notebook or your team jenkins instance. ssl-proxy autogenerates SSL certs and proxies HTTPS traffic to an existing HTTP server in a single command. This will immediately generate self-signed certificates and begin proxying HTTPS traffic from https://0.0.0.0:4430 to http://127.0.0.1:8000. No need to ever call openssl. It will print the SHA256 fingerprint of the cert being used for you to perform manual certificate verification in the browser if you would like (before you "trust" the cert).

burpcollaborator-docker - This repository includes a set of scripts to install a Burp Collaborator Server in a docker environment, using a LetsEncrypt wildcard certificate

  •    Shell

This repository includes a set of scripts to install a Burp Collaborator Server in a docker environment, using a LetsEncrypt wildcard certificate. The objective is to simplify as much as possible the process of setting up and maintaining the server. Check https://portswigger.net/burp/help/collaborator_deploying#dns for further info.