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letsencrypt/acme client implemented as a shell-script

A client for signing certificates with an ACME-server (currently only provided by letsencrypt) implemented as a relatively simple bash-script.

It uses the openssl utility for everything related to actually handling keys and certificates, so you need to have that installed.

Other dependencies are: curl, sed, grep, mktemp (all found on almost any system, curl being the only exception)

Current features:

* Signing of a list of domains
* Signing of a CSR
* Renewal if a certificate is about to expire or SAN (subdomains) changed
* Certificate revocation

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0001-add-to-json-j-which-displays-certificates-status.patch 0000005343 5.22 KB over 2 years
acme-challenge.conf.apache.in 0000000176 176 Bytes over 2 years
acme-challenge.conf.lighttpd.in 0000000098 98 Bytes over 2 years
acme-challenge.conf.nginx.in 0000000528 528 Bytes over 2 years
dehydrated-0.4.0.tar.gz 0000074005 72.3 KB over 2 years
dehydrated.changes 0000005532 5.4 KB over 2 years
dehydrated.cron.in 0000000177 177 Bytes over 2 years
dehydrated.spec 0000007889 7.7 KB over 2 years
dehydrated.tmpfiles.d 0000000135 135 Bytes over 2 years
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