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create-cert - Super simple self signed certificates

  •    Javascript

create-cert is a convenient wrapper around the pem module. It generates a self signed certificate with sensible defaults along with an associated CA certificate to validate against. It has a Promise based API and returns the keys in a format that can be passed directly into https.createServer.Returns a Promise which resolves to a keys object.

SelfSigned-Cert-Creator - A short script to make it easy to create a viable, trusted self-signed certificate that can be used for SSL/TLS in particular

  •    Shell

A short script to make it easy to create a viable, trusted self-signed certificate that can be used for SSL/TLS in particular. I've finally managed to update this script to correctly add Subject Alternate Names so that the resulting certificates work correctly with Chrome and other modern browsers.

generate-tls-cert - Generating self signed certificates

  •    Go

Here's a script that helps you generate self signed certificates. It will generate both a root certificate and a leaf. A leaf certificate and a root certificate are generated.

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).




vagrant-trellis-cert - Trust all Trellis self-signed certificates with a single command

  •    Ruby

Love Vagrant Trellis Cert? Help me maintain it, a donation here can help with it. Please provide feedback! We want to make this library useful in as many projects as possible. Please submit an issue and point out what you do and don't like, or fork the project and make suggestions. No issue is too small.