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In the Windows Server world, this is quite easy using their PKI Services Manager. If you are anything like me you cringe at the thought of Windows Servers! In the Linux world there is TinyCA, but it depends on a graphical environment. I am sort of a minimalist, so a Desktop GUI on my servers is just not going to work for me. Under this dilemma I decided to use OpenSSL which has all the necessary functions built within it. However, these commands are long and difficult to remember and I hate having to look up syntax or notes every time I want to perform a task.
Here is where my bash script comes in. Using whiptail to add a decent interface while keeping everything within one script I included functions that:
Manages multiple domains
Creates a Root Certificate for each domain
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