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ssl-key-vault (8) Versions 0.2.2

SSL key & certificate storage in chef-vault

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cookbook 'ssl-key-vault', '= 0.2.2'
cookbook 'ssl-key-vault', '= 0.2.2', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install ssl-key-vault
knife cookbook site download ssl-key-vault
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ssl-key-vault cookbook

This cookbook manages OpenSSL key pairs, using chef-vault to share and store private keys.

This cookbook's home is at https://github.com/3ofcoins/ssl-key-vault/

Requirements

Usage

  1. Generate a self-signed key or a secret key and certificate.
  2. Store the private key in chef-vault. The name should be set to ssl-key-key.name.:

    $ ruby -rjson -e 'puts JSON[Hash[Hash[*ARGV].map { |k,v| [k, File.read(v)] }]]' -- \ chain.pem example.com.chain.pem \ crt example.com.crt \ csr example.com.csr \ key example.com.key \ pem example.com.pem \ > example.com.json

    $ knife encrypt create certs --mode client \ --search 'QUERY' --admins '' \ --name ssl-key-example_com \ --json /path/to/example.com.json

Either add Chef server's admin API users to the --admins, or make the key otherwise accessible to yourself in future (e.g. with knife-briefcase).

  1. Add the certificate to node's ssl_certificates attribute (key is key's name, and value is full certificate):
default_attributes :ssl_certificates => {
  'example.com' => true
}
  1. Add recipe[ssl-key-vault] to node's run list.

The key will be stored in /etc/ssl/private/key.name.key, and certificate in /etc/ssl/certs/key.name.pem.

TODOs & questions

I don't have much of idea currently how to add tests, with chef-vault, encrypted data bags, and such.

Author

Author:: Maciej Pasternacki maciej@3ofcoins.net

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