Web Frontend for testssl.sh
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Web Front End for testssl.sh

This project is a web interface for testssl.sh. It can be used to offer internal TLS/SSL configuration check portals, whereever the usual public tools are not applicable.

Webfrontend Result

Installation

  1. Clone the testssl.sh-webfrontend repository with its main dependency testssl.sh by invocation of git clone --recursive https://github.com/TKCERT/testssl.sh-webfrontend.git.
  2. Install Python 3 (apt-get install python3) and the Python module Flask by running pip3 install flask.
  3. Install aha (apt-get install aha)
  4. Configure SSLTestPortal.py, especially application.secret_key, in its configuration section and create the required paths (log, result/html and result/json in the default configuration).
  5. Run SSLTestPortal.py or deploy it as WSGI script.

NGINX Reverse Proxy

If you would like to run behind a NGINX Reverse Proxy simply add this to your configuration file in sites-enabled. If you want to add security to it look at nginx module basic_auth.

 location /testssl/ {
      proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:5000/;
      gzip_types text/plain application/javascript;
      proxy_http_version 1.1;
      proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade;
      proxy_set_header Connection "upgrade";
      proxy_connect_timeout 200;  # you might need to increase these values depending on your server hardware. 
      proxy_send_timeout 200;     # you might need to increase these values depending on your server hardware. 
      proxy_read_timeout 200;     # you might need to increase these values depending on your server hardware. 
      send_timeout 200;           # you might need to increase these values depending on your server hardware. 
 }

You still have to autostart the script on boot. This can be done manually in a screen.

Docker

Markus Kraus (@vMarkus_K) created a Docker Image.