cookbook 'openssl', '= 2.0.0', :supermarket
Resources and libraries for interacting with certificates, keys, passwords, and dhparam files.
cookbook 'openssl', '= 2.0.0'
knife supermarket install openssl
knife supermarket download openssl
This cookbook provides a library method to generate secure random passwords in recipes using the Ruby OpenSSL library.
It also provides an attribute-driven recipe for upgrading OpenSSL packages.
secure_password works on any platform with OpenSSL Ruby bindings installed, which are a requirement for Chef anyway.
The upgrade recipe works on the following tested platforms:
- Ubuntu 12.04, 14.04
- Debian 7.4
- CentOS 6.5
It may work on other platforms or versions of the above platforms with or without modification.
Chef Sugar was introduced as a dependency to provide helpers that make the default attribute settings (see Attributes) easier to reason about.
node['openssl']['packages']- An array of packages of openssl. The default attributes attempt to be smart about which packages are the default, but this may need to be changed by users of the
node['openssl']['restart_services']- An array of service resources that use the
node['openssl']['packages']. This is empty by default as Chef has no reliably reasonable way to detect which applications or services are compiled against these packages. Note These each need to be "
service" resources specified somewhere in the recipes in the node's run list.
The upgrade recipe iterates over the list of packages in the
node['openssl']['packages'] attribute and manages them with the
:upgrade action. Each package will send
:restart notification to service resources named by the
Most often this will be used to generate a secure password for an attribute. In a recipe:
::Chef::Recipe.send(:include, Opscode::OpenSSL::Password) node.set_unless[:my_password] = secure_password
To use the
openssl::upgrade recipe, set the attributes as mentioned above. For example, we have a "stats_collector" service that uses openssl. It has a recipe that looks like this:
This cookbook includes an LWRP for generating Self Signed Certificates
generate a pem formatted x509 cert + key
common_name A String representing the
CN ssl field
org A String representing the
O ssl field
org_unit A String representing the
OU ssl field
country A String representing the
C ssl field
expire A Fixnum reprenting the number of days from now to expire the cert
key_file Optional A string to the key file to use. If no key is present it will generate and store one.
key_pass A String that is the key's passphrase
key_length A Fixnum reprenting your desired Bit Length Default: 2048
owner The owner of the files Default: "root"
group The group of the files Default: "root"
mode The mode to store the files in Default: "0400"
openssl_x509 "/tmp/mycert.pem" do common_name "www.f00bar.com" org "Foo Bar" org_unit "Lab" country "US" end
License and Author
Author:: Jesse Nelson (email@example.com)
Author:: Joshua Timberman (firstname.lastname@example.org)
node.default['openssl']['restart_services'] = ['stats_collector'] # other recipe code here... service 'stats_collector' do action [:enable, :start] end include_recipe 'openssl::upgrade'
This will ensure that openssl is upgraded to the latest version so the
stats_collector service won't be exploited (hopefully!).
Copyright:: 2009-2011, Opscode, Inc Copyright:: 2014, Chef Software, Inc <email@example.com> Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0 Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.
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