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README.md

Acmesmith: A simple, effective ACME v2 client to use with many servers and a cloud

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Acmesmith is an ACME (Automatic Certificate Management Environment) client that works perfect on environment with multiple servers. This client saves certificate and keys on cloud services (e.g. AWS S3) securely, then allow to deploy issued certificates onto your servers smoothly. This works well on Let's encrypt.

This tool is written in Ruby, but Acmesmith saves certificates in simple scheme, so you can fetch certificate by your own simple scripts.

Features

  • ACME v2 client designed to work on multiple servers
  • ACME registration, domain authorization, certificate requests
  • Storing keys in several ways
  • Challenge response
  • Many cloud services support
    • AWS S3 storage and Route 53 dns-01 responder support out-of-the-box
    • 3rd party plugins available for OpenStack designate, Google Cloud DNS, simple http-01, and Google Cloud Storage. See Plugins below

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'acmesmith'

And then execute:

$ bundle

Or install it yourself as:

$ gem install acmesmith

Docker

docker run -v /path/to/acmesmith.yml:/app/acmesmith.yml:ro sorah/acmesmith:latest

Dockerfile is available. Default confguration file is at /app/acmesmith.yml.

Pre-built docker images are provided at https://hub.docker.com/r/sorah/acmesmith for your convenience Built with GitHub Actions & sorah-rbpkg/dockerfiles.

Usage

$ acmesmith new-account CONTACT              # Create account key (contact e.g. mailto:xxx@example.org)
$ acmesmith order COMMON_NAME [SAN]     # request certificate for CN +COMMON_NAME+ with SANs +SAN+
$ acmesmith add-san COMMON_NAME [SAN]     # re-request existing certificate of CN with additional SAN(s)
$ acmesmith list [COMMON_NAME]                          # list certificates or its versions
$ acmesmith current COMMON_NAME                         # show current version for certificate
$ acmesmith show-certificate COMMON_NAME                # show certificate
$ acmesmith show-private-key COMMON_NAME                # show private key
$ acmesmith save-certificate COMMON_NAME --output=PATH  # Save certificate to a file
$ acmesmith save-private-key COMMON_NAME --output=PATH  # Save private key to a file
$ acmesmith save-pkcs12      COMMON_NAME --output=PATH  # Save certificate and private key to a PKCS12 file
$ acmesmith autorenew [-d DAYS] # Renew certificates which being expired soon
# Save (or update) certificate files and key in a one command
$ acmesmith save COMMON_NAME \
      --version-file=/tmp/cert.txt   # Path to save a certificate version for following run 
      --key-file=/tmp/cert.key       # Path to save a key
      --fullchain-file=/tmp/cert.pem # Path to save a certficiate and its chain (concatenated)

See acmesmith help [subcommand] for more help.

Configuration

See config.sample.yml to start. Default configuration file is ./acmesmith.yml.

directory: https://acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory # production

storage:
  # configure where to store keys and certificates; described later
  type: s3
  region: 'us-east-1'
  bucket: 'my-acmesmith-bucket'
  prefix: 'prod/'

challenge_responders:
  # configure how to respond ACME challenges; described later
  - route53: {}

Storage

Storage provider stores issued certificates, private keys and ACME account keys.

Challenge Responders

Challenge responders responds to ACME challenges to prove domain ownership to CA.

Common options

challenge_responders:
  ## Multiple responders are accepted.
  ## The first responder that supports a challenge and applicable for given domain name will be used.
  - {RESPONDER_TYPE}:
      {RESPONDER_OPTIONS}

    ### Filter (optional)
    filter:
      subject_name_exact:
        - my-app.example.com
      subject_name_suffix:
        - .example.org
      subject_name_regexp:
        - '\Aapp\d+.example.org\z'

  - {RESPONDER_TYPE}:
      {RESPONDER_OPTIONS}
    ...

Post Issuing Hooks

Post issuing hooks are configurable actions that are executed when a new certificate has been succesfully issued. The hooks are sequentially executed in the same order as they are configured, and they are configurable per certificate's common-name.

  • Shell script: shell
  • Amazon Certificate Manager (ACM): acm

Vendor dependent notes

Contributing

Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/sorah/acmesmith.

Running tests

unit test:

bundle exec rspec

integration test using letsencrypt/pebble. needs Docker:

ACMESMITH_CI_START_PEBBLE=1 CI=1 bundle exec -t integration_pebble

Writing plugins

Publish as a gem (RubyGems). Files will be loaded automatically from lib/acmesmith/{plugin_type}/{name}.rb.

e.g.

  • storage: lib/acmesmith/storages/perfect_storage.rb & Acmesmith::Storages::PerfectStorage
  • challenge_responder: lib/acmesmith/challenge_responders/perfect_authority.rb & Acmesmith::Storages::PerfectAuthority
  • post_issuing_hook: lib/acmesmith/challenge_responders/nice_deploy.rb & Acmesmith::Storages::NiceDeploy

Development

After checking out the repo, run bin/setup to install dependencies. Then, run rake spec to run the tests. You can also run bin/console for an interactive prompt that will allow you to experiment.

To install this gem onto your local machine, run bundle exec rake install. To release a new version, update the version number in version.rb, and then run bundle exec rake release, which will create a git tag for the version, push git commits and tags, and push the .gem file to rubygems.org.

License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.

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