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crypto:x509 [2020-05-23 13:57]
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crypto:x509 [2020-05-27 16:56] (current)
gabriel reformatting page, tutorial is now on GitLab
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-====== ​Creating an intermediate ​and root certificate ​authority with OpenSSL ​======+====== ​The Quay Certificate Authority ====== 
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 +The current versions of certificates ​and CRLs can be found here: 
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 +  * **CA root:** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​root-q2.crt 
 +    * **Root CRL:** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​root-q2.crl 
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 +  * **Intermediate signing ​certificate:** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​sign-s2.crt 
 +    * **Intermediate CRL:** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​sign-q2.crl 
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 +====General comments ​=====
  
 Generally speaking, [[https://​letsencrypt.org/​|Let'​s Encrypt]] is a better solution than using a self-hosted certificate authority in 2020.  For most users this is what I recommend. Generally speaking, [[https://​letsencrypt.org/​|Let'​s Encrypt]] is a better solution than using a self-hosted certificate authority in 2020.  For most users this is what I recommend.
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 Work in progress. Work in progress.
  
-===== Notes ===== 
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-I publish the CA certificates and CRLs in the unlikely event that somebody outside my network might require them: 
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-  * **CA root:** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​root-q2.crt 
-    * **Root CRL:** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​root-q2.crl 
-  * **Intermediate signing certificate:​** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​sign-s2.crt 
-    * **Intermediate CRL:** https://​quay.net/​pub/​ca/​sign-q2.crl 
crypto/x509.txt · Last modified: 2020-05-27 16:56 by gabriel