Keylink is an in-development tool that links system accounts to keys. Accounts are authenticated using combinations of widely adopted protocols such as OpenID Connect and FIDO2. Keys can range from cryptographic keys to API credentials. Keylink can gradually bootstrap PKI within existing complex IT systems. It supports a centralized PKI operating mode that can evolve into decentralized PKI, and further coordinates with existing PKI and KMS installations.
You need to install the following dependencies:
libpq on Homebrew
Necessary services are provided in the docker-compose:
$ docker-compose up -d
A test user is provided with the credentials
cargo runand visit http://127.0.0.1:8000.
Modify the database table
migrations/2020-11-03-101531_create_keylink/up.sql, and then
$ diesel migration redo --database-url postgres://postgres:postgres@localhost/keylink
Note: you need the Diesel CLI, so run:
cargo install diesel_cli --no-default-features --features postgres