I began using ca_kit so often that it became inconvenient not having it formally packaged and uploaded to PyPI. So, I’ve built it into a formal package. The following scripts are published into the path, upon install:
- ck_create_ca: Create CA certificates
- ck_create: Create regular certificates
- ck_sign: Sign a regular certificate against the CA certificate
- ck_verify_ca: Verify that a signed certificate matches the CA certificate
I hope this is as indisposable to you as it is to me.