I started this project after getting tired of manually managing certificates for the OpenVPN servers I managed. It was also really helpful for learning more about PKIs and better understanding how services rely on certificate-based authentication. I’m particularly proud of:
- working through the broad implementations of user-authentication, certificate management, and service integrations.
- adoption by several teams in my company to protect both development and production environments.
SSO for services that use CA-based authentication.
For when you might want…
- ssh users to authenticate against Cloud Foundry UAA,
- Google Cloud project owners to have access to an OpenVPN server, or
- a GitHub team to access a network with sshuttle
With the caveat that this repo…
- is a work in progress, and
- is open source to help facilitate demos, discussion, and reviews to continue its evolution
Latest Release — v0.19.2 (2020-07-16)
- Re-release without
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