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tls (4) Versions 2.0.0

Deploy SSL/TLS certificates

Berkshelf/Librarian
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cookbook 'tls', '= 2.0.0'
cookbook 'tls', '= 2.0.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install tls
knife cookbook site download tls
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tls-cookbook

Chef cookbook to deploy SSL/TLS certificates (including root ones) on a system. Data is stored in the encrypted data bag which name is specified in the attribute node['tls']['data_bag_name'] (by default tls). Data bag item name matches node.chef_environment value.

Certificate files will be placed under the directory specified in attribute node['tls']['base_dir'] (by default /etc/chef-tls).

Root certificate files will be placed under system directories.

Encrypted data bag format

{
  "id": "development",
  "ca_certificates": {
    // Trusted Root CA
    // "name": "----- certificate data -----"
    "Custom_CA": "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\nMIIF0jCC........UwhJJgNX\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----",
    // other entries
  },
  "certificates": [
    {
      "domains": [ // Domain list
        "domain.tld",
        "www.domain.tld"
      ],
      "chain": [ // Certificate chain (from leaf to root, PEM encoded, new lines should be escaped)
        "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\nMIIFNjCC........4PcGNXXA\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----",
        "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----\nMIIEkjCC........NFu0Qg==\n-----END CERTIFICATE-----"
      ],
      "private_key": "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----\nMIIEpAIB........8tt8JA==\n-----END RSA PRIVATE KEY-----", // Certificate private key (PEM encoded, new lines should be escaped)
      "hpkp_pins": [ // HPKP pins (base64 encoded)
        "wZgbeR6b........",
        "bDSe0744........"
      ],
      "scts": { // SCTs (base64 encoded)
        "google_aviator": "AGj2mPgf........3nYNtNU=",
        "google_pilot": "AKS5CZC0........RnySxdE=",
        "google_rocketeer": "AO5Lvbd1........bdC+zlI="
      }
    },
    {
      // other entries
    }
  ]
}

Resources

tls_certificate

Certificate deployment is made by using tls_certificate resource. For example,

tls_certificate 'www.domain.tld' do
  action :deploy
end

Different software (e.g. Nginx, Postfix) will require paths to deployed certificates, private keys and SCTs. To obtain these paths, ::ChefCookbook::TLS helper should be used. Below is the example:

tls_item = ::ChefCookbook::TLS.new(node).certificate_entry 'www.domain.tld'

tls_item.certificate_path  # Get path to the certificate
tls_item.certificate_private_key_path  # Get path to the certificate's private key
tls_item.scts_dir  # Get path to the folder with deployed SCTs
tls_item.hpkp_pins  # Get array of HPKP pins

tls_ca_certificate

Installing/uninstalling CA certificates only works on Ubuntu systems. To obtain path to CA certificate bundle, ::ChefCookbook::TLS helper should be used. Below is the example:

tls_helper = ::ChefCookbook::TLS.new(node)

tls_helper.ca_bundle_path  # Get CA certificate bundle path

Installing

tls_ca_certificate 'Custom_CA' do
  action :install
end

Uninstalling

tls_ca_certificate 'Custom_CA' do
  action :uninstall
end

License

MIT @ Alexander Pyatkin

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