Bluecrypt SSH to JWK in VanillaJS for Browsers

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JWK to SSH in < 100 lines of VanillaJS.

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💯 SSH Fingerprint in a lightweight, zero-dependency VanillaJS node library.

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An ASN.1 parser in less than 100 lines of Vanilla JavaScript, part of the BlueCrypt suite.

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Use greenlock (ACME / Let's Encrypt client) with node cluster.

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A lightweight DNS daemon (nameserver) in node.js.

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Command line ECDSA tools to generating key pairs and converting between JWK, various PEM formats, and SSH.

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A script to install basic development tools for node (git, node, gcc, pkg-config, etc)

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WIP ppl-os building tools

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Free SSL and Automatic HTTPS for node.js with rill and other middleware systems via ACME (Let's Encrypt)

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Free SSL and Automatic HTTPS for node.js with hapi and other middleware systems via ACME (Let's Encrypt)

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An insanely minimal ASN.1 builder for X.509 common schemas, specifically SEC1/X9.62 PKCS#8, SPKI/PKIX, PKCS#1 and CSR.

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Break out of localhost. Access your devices from behind firewalls. Securely access your services from anywhere. An easy-to-use secure tunnel for all sorts of wonderful things (kind of like a poor man's VPN).

Updated 3 months ago

A framework for building letsencrypt clients, forked from letiny.

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A focused, zero-dependency ECDSA library to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) and sign it!

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WIP ppl-os building tools

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Let's Encrypt v2 (ACME draft 11) client for your browser. Companion to greenlock.js

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Push-button DIY tunnel service. Run on your Raspberry Pi or VPS to create your own secure tunnel to access your devices from anywhere or simply to expose your localhost development to the outside world.

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Break out of localhost. Access your devices from behind firewalls. Securely access your services from anywhere. An easy-to-use secure tunnel for all sorts of wonderful things (kind of like a poor man's VPN).

Updated 3 months ago

An auto-sni strategy for registering and renewing letsencrypt / ACME certificates using SNICallback.

Updated 3 months ago