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lua-resty-auto-ssl - On the fly (and free) SSL registration and renewal inside OpenResty/nginx with Let's Encrypt


On the fly (and free) SSL registration and renewal inside OpenResty/nginx with Let's Encrypt. This uses the ssl_certificate_by_lua functionality in OpenResty 1.9.7.2+.

passcore - A self-service password management tool for Active Directory


PassCore is a very simple 1-page web application written in C#, using ASP.NET 5, Angular Material, Angular and Microsoft Directory Services. It allows users to change their Active Directory password on their own, provided the user is not disabled.PassCore does not require any configuration, as it obtains the principal context from the current domain. I wrote this because a number of people have requested several features that the original version did not have. The original version of this tool was downloaded around 8000 times in 2.5 years. My hope is that the new version continues to be just as popular. There really is no free alternative out there (that I know of) so hopefully this saves someone else some time and money.

create-cert - Super simple self signed certificates


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.

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


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.