Latest version: 1.17
License: GPL 3 or later
Simple & Secure Maintainance of Let's Encrypt Certificates
Simple, thus auditable, scripts to get and maintain Let's Encrypt certificates
These free certificates let you serve up https:// web pages.
* Generate Let's Encrypt account key
* Generate RSA private keys
* Contact Let's Encrypt signed key
* Get a new signed key once the current one is 60 days old
Signed key can contain Let's Encrypt chain certificate
The scripts are installed in /var/www/acme/
You will still need to configure your web server to use the certificates.
Help is given for this. There are snippets for Nginx and Apache.
The communication wih Let's Encrypt is done using acme_tiny.py, from here:
If you want to know more see LetsEncryptManage-1.17.READMEYou may download this software in a variety of formats. Some are specific to particular operating systems or architectures, see below:
|CentOS 6 noarch||LetsEncryptManage-1.17-0.0.noarch.rpm||Sun Jul 19 2020|
|CentOS 7 noarch||LetsEncryptManage-1.17-0.0.noarch.rpm||Sun Jul 19 2020|
|CentOS 8 noarch||LetsEncryptManage-1.17-2.2.noarch.rpm||Tue Jul 21 2020|
|CentOS 8 src||LetsEncryptManage-1.17-2.2.src.rpm||Tue Jul 21 2020|
|CentOS 8 tar||LetsEncryptManage-1.17-2.2.tar.gz||Wed Jul 22 2020|
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For easy maintainance put this repository into your yum configuration.
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