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README.md

OAuth3 Issuer Implementation

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This is a reference implementation of an OAuth3 identity issuer.

Instructions

Boot up a Digital Ocean VPS or a Docker or an Ubuntu or whatever it is that you do and then do this:

Install the Goldilocks Net Server (for automatic HTTPS via ACME):

curl https://git.coolaj86.com/coolaj86/goldilocks.js/raw/v1.1/installer/get.sh | bash

Use the sample goldilocks config file and replace “example.com” with whatever domain you want to use:

/etc/goldilocks/goldilocks.yml:

socks5:
  enabled: false
mdns:
  disabled: true
  port: 5353
  broadcast: 224.0.0.251
  ttl: 300
domains:
  - names:
      - www.example.com
      - example.com
      - api.example.com
      - assets.example.com
      - webhooks.example.com
      - ssh.example.com
      - vpn.example.com
    modules:
      http:
        - type: proxy
          port: 3000
      tls:
        - type: acme
          email: coolaj86@gmail.com
      tcp: []
udp:
  bind: []
tcp:
  modules:
    - domains:
        - ssh.example.com
      port: 22
      type: proxy
    - domains:
        - vpn.example.com
      port: 1194
      type: proxy
  bind:
    - 80
    - 443
http:
  modules: []
tls:
  modules: []
ddns:
  modules: []

Go update your DNS records for those domains to point to this server. However you do that…

Install the WALNUT application server:

curl https://git.coolaj86.com/coolaj86/walnut.js/raw/v1.2/installer/get.sh | bash

Then update the walnut grants to allow your site to use the specified APIs and packages:

echo "issuer@oauth3.org" >> /opt/walnut/etc/client-api-grants/example.com
echo "issuer@oauth3.org" >> /opt/walnut/var/sites/example.com

Get a mailgun account, verify your domain, and add your API keys:

# example.com will work for specific hard-coded subdomains (api., assets., webhooks.)
mkdir -p /opt/walnut/var/example.com/

/opt/walnut/var/example.com/config.json:

{ "mailgun.org": {
    "apiKey": "key-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
   , "auth": {
      "user": "mailer@example.com"
    , "pass": "xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
    , "api_key": "key-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx"
    , "domain": "example.com"
    }
  }
}

Change the email address used to send in /opt/walnut/packages/rest/issuer@oauth3.org/accounts.js (make it match your mailgun.org account).