webentwicklung-frage-antwort-db.com.de

Erstellen Sie ein selbstsigniertes Zertifikat mit subjectAltName, um [missing_subjectAltName] in Chrome 58+ zu beheben

Ich versuche, ein selbstsigniertes Zertifikat für localhost mit subjectAltName zu erstellen, um Chrome 58+ zu erfüllen:

createcertificate.sh:

#!/usr/bin/env bash
filename="$1server"
openssl req -new -sha256 -nodes -out ./../nginx/ssl/${filename}.csr -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout ./../nginx/ssl/${filename}.key -config <( cat ${filename}_csr.txt )
openssl x509 -req -in ./../nginx/ssl/${filename}.csr -CA ~/ssl/rootCA.pem -CAkey ~/ssl/rootCA.key -CAcreateserial -out ./../nginx/ssl/${filename}.crt -days 500 -sha256

server_csr.txt:

[req]
default_bits = 2048
Prompt = no
default_md = sha256
req_extensions = req_ext
distinguished_name = dn

[ dn ]
C=US
ST=New York
L=Rochester
O=End Point
OU=Testing Domain
[email protected]omain.com
CN = localhost

[ req_ext ]
subjectAltName = @alt_names

[ alt_names ]
DNS.1 = localhost

./createcertificate.sh anrufen:

server_csr.txt
Generating a 2048 bit RSA private key
.........................................................................................................+++
...............................+++
writing new private key to './../nginx/ssl/server.key'
-----
Signature ok
subject=/C=US/ST=New York/L=Rochester/O=End Point/OU=Testing Domain/[email protected]omain.com/CN=localhost
Getting CA Private Key
Enter pass phrase for /home/alexzeitler/ssl/rootCA.key:

Chrome 58 lehnt das Zertifikat jedoch weiterhin ab:

This server could not prove that it is localhost; its security certificate is from [missing_subjectAltName]. This may be caused by a misconfiguration or an attacker intercepting your connection. 

Dies ist die Ausgabe von openssl req -in ../nginx/ssl/server.csr -noout -text:

Certificate Request:
    Data:
        Version: 0 (0x0)
        Subject: C=US, ST=New York, L=Rochester, O=End Point, OU=Testing Domain/[email protected]omain.com, CN=localhost
        Subject Public Key Info:
            Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption
                Public-Key: (2048 bit)
                Modulus:
                    00:cf:ec:6d:54:6e:db:e0:9c:cd:17:c2:dd:bf:81:
                    1e:52:bb:62:27:04:f3:13:8e:01:69:47:fa:93:92:
                    57:b3:77:be:51:87:9b:c8:40:f1:28:de:df:cb:d2:
                    fd:87:fb:00:a1:c4:17:30:4c:9a:fd:e0:b6:d0:8c:
                    a0:c9:01:f4:71:5f:63:ee:6d:4c:5a:b4:4d:ca:60:
                    d4:0b:dc:6f:c1:2b:62:95:44:76:ec:45:bf:cb:39:
                    4a:0a:e4:f7:84:56:d0:1b:11:2c:e7:a8:b6:f6:bc:
                    46:89:bb:4b:44:3c:7d:9d:d8:cc:75:4c:4c:72:15:
                    b4:58:77:9b:38:61:72:4c:b2:45:55:a2:34:06:aa:
                    4c:9d:54:cb:a4:bf:58:26:88:11:81:17:a3:52:ab:
                    c8:38:f7:c5:55:78:af:d3:be:3f:70:95:79:d9:79:
                    10:45:5f:e9:10:e9:56:6f:b5:fa:b9:36:2e:c8:40:
                    c5:fa:86:66:12:82:ec:ab:45:75:54:ec:93:40:9f:
                    d1:cc:8f:18:31:8b:62:1c:20:da:6e:19:17:89:c5:
                    6f:c5:b9:23:a0:86:6e:70:f9:2a:b1:e3:87:dc:a2:
                    57:99:16:05:d4:85:01:43:34:48:d5:b4:39:35:63:
                    46:81:d2:f1:b8:66:e2:21:31:c3:8a:02:f7:8f:a9:
                    b4:8b
                Exponent: 65537 (0x10001)
        Attributes:
        Requested Extensions:
            X509v3 Subject Alternative Name: 
                DNS:localhost
    Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
         60:d7:11:95:45:9b:b6:35:ed:b7:31:2b:14:5d:c7:57:bb:cd:
         fc:3b:c4:97:01:aa:46:4c:58:9b:f8:4c:44:e2:12:46:2d:69:
         5f:95:10:02:fd:79:e1:30:cb:a9:f9:41:b2:a7:b6:fa:e3:2f:
         e9:c6:7c:3e:3a:b1:db:64:b9:6e:ab:a1:98:82:0c:df:cf:b5:
         e9:7f:17:f0:87:c9:09:15:ab:c8:9b:a2:d8:b3:37:a8:13:2e:
         05:f5:ab:18:4c:cf:d9:6d:d0:05:c4:90:b5:0e:a5:c2:24:6d:
         12:fb:e1:64:5c:d0:6f:5a:86:a3:d2:1f:b8:73:12:1e:39:28:
         a9:50:a4:88:fb:e6:24:95:17:43:76:22:7d:57:48:af:84:36:
         66:30:d8:3b:88:3b:4c:c5:44:fc:92:75:16:b6:9a:22:4b:cf:
         b2:9b:19:e2:15:d4:9c:04:85:8d:7a:59:f7:13:7c:be:d4:4f:
         c5:d8:02:79:ab:98:3f:91:0e:da:ba:8b:68:01:d3:71:cb:f0:
         55:22:fe:f8:55:41:ef:ac:f4:55:48:06:ce:75:ba:33:5c:b2:
         7b:f3:a7:b4:c3:ec:c0:52:ec:e1:56:64:84:cb:fa:a1:ca:0c:
         c0:c3:87:e4:f4:c1:5b:8b:92:00:26:9d:a8:6b:35:58:1f:ad:
         9e:91:ba:5b

Daher scheint die Subject Alternative Name-Information im csr zu existieren.

Andererseits gibt openssl x509 -text -in ../nginx/ssl/server.crt -noout Folgendes aus:

Certificate:
    Data:
        Version: 1 (0x0)
        Serial Number: 17237690484651272010 (0xef38942aa5c5274a)
    Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C=US, ST=New York, L=Rochester, O=End Point, CN=localhost/[email protected]omain.com
        Validity
            Not Before: Apr 23 15:42:28 2017 GMT
            Not After : Sep  5 15:42:28 2018 GMT
        Subject: C=US, ST=New York, L=Rochester, O=End Point, OU=Testing Domain/[email protected]omain.com, CN=localhost
        Subject Public Key Info:
            Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption
                Public-Key: (2048 bit)
                Modulus:
                    00:af:ee:7c:7a:2c:3c:5c:a6:57:ce:81:cf:22:49:
                    3c:d3:c4:6d:3a:71:a8:c7:cf:04:cc:68:4a:e6:03:
                    7c:9d:9d:49:c7:4f:8e:33:09:5b:73:9b:a0:21:51:
                    27:c6:e6:d0:ac:f5:5e:1d:4f:f8:60:9f:a1:50:1e:
                    dd:1f:bc:20:44:6f:42:c8:de:2a:6f:04:b7:21:aa:
                    cb:82:18:5e:fa:d8:68:5d:e5:c6:a0:cb:39:e3:91:
                    60:99:3f:ae:63:ab:9c:23:e9:03:0c:ca:10:23:8f:
                    76:e1:5c:55:10:b7:e1:e7:aa:e7:24:4d:49:ff:d0:
                    c7:67:f6:8a:1d:36:12:15:49:2d:33:c9:39:d4:3f:
                    7f:b6:a5:9e:ac:b5:55:75:aa:bc:7f:f4:c2:85:b4:
                    18:f1:76:3c:5e:a3:df:47:00:1c:e6:ac:d5:3c:f3:
                    ac:ff:f2:f0:7a:43:3f:63:bd:77:86:ea:3f:e5:35:
                    04:fa:3c:2a:0c:34:b5:36:ee:a0:b2:50:f9:08:31:
                    b8:76:27:af:c7:c6:5a:af:52:07:6f:c3:d6:6c:97:
                    6b:9b:cb:cd:c7:01:4f:33:7e:2f:09:06:b0:71:1a:
                    9a:9f:30:d4:c3:67:89:15:dc:df:ad:68:44:54:29:
                    26:d0:ca:8e:f6:eb:dd:f3:1a:74:63:89:b4:c5:72:
                    82:af
                Exponent: 65537 (0x10001)
    Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
         42:f7:c4:1e:47:dc:e7:81:3a:b0:83:a8:fd:51:53:32:f7:80:
         76:b4:ec:a8:44:17:5a:18:29:68:9f:14:4a:1c:35:87:3e:7a:
         13:95:0c:8b:5b:2f:f9:f0:42:56:51:9c:a9:9f:7f:77:45:7d:
         6c:1d:1c:39:75:99:4a:c5:22:c4:d9:1d:11:bb:bf:7d:56:7b:
         a7:18:fc:2a:c3:32:c1:72:3a:17:0e:1d:27:f1:f3:b6:72:91:
         5d:38:64:6c:98:03:8b:17:88:ce:2c:a2:dc:2a:86:a0:e8:23:
         e8:07:79:ac:05:62:b1:17:10:84:82:02:23:4a:10:9a:2a:b3:
         9c:5d:05:71:31:43:f3:28:4e:28:bd:31:49:21:1f:39:b0:6b:
         39:27:1c:1a:8e:b8:92:e9:e7:76:a2:e7:3e:6c:ba:fc:56:f1:
         78:85:3f:68:ea:db:50:88:b4:8a:fc:ea:73:04:4b:8a:54:86:
         5e:0d:fc:b4:70:72:c9:5a:c7:cf:cb:19:e2:9a:b9:af:c6:3e:
         55:06:1c:7c:62:44:b3:e6:57:2b:0f:cc:33:9e:28:5f:62:85:
         05:27:4c:f0:de:6c:d6:fb:e4:de:2f:41:99:34:b2:b1:7d:12:
         b6:d6:96:a5:4b:c4:49:6b:49:bf:c5:86:e6:3c:3e:f3:e3:ef:
         a9:d3:21:5e

Der .crt enthält nicht den Subject Alternative Name.

27

Beim Lesen der Dokumentation für subjectAltName ist mir aufgefallen, dass in meinem Zertifikat Version: 1 angezeigt wurde, während in der Dokumentation Version: 3 angezeigt wird.

Um ein Version 3-Zertifikat zu erhalten, habe ich die -extfile-Option angegeben:

Sudo openssl x509 -req -in ./../nginx/ssl/${filename}.csr -CA ~/ssl/rootCA.pem -CAkey ~/ssl/rootCA.key -CAcreateserial -out ./../nginx/ssl/${filename}.crt -days 500 -sha256 -extfile v3.ext

v3.ext sieht so aus:

authorityKeyIdentifier=keyid,issuer
basicConstraints=CA:FALSE
keyUsage = digitalSignature, nonRepudiation, keyEncipherment, dataEncipherment
subjectAltName = @alt_names

[alt_names]
DNS.1 = localhost

Wenn Sie openssl x509 -text -in ../nginx/ssl/server.crt -noout erneut ausführen, enthält das Zertifikat jetzt auch den Abschnitt Subject Alternative Name:

Certificate:
    Data:
        Version: 3 (0x2)
        Serial Number: 17237690484651272016 (0xef38942aa5c52750)
    Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C=US, ST=New York, L=Rochester, O=End Point, CN=localhost/[email protected]
        Validity
            Not Before: Apr 23 16:07:38 2017 GMT
            Not After : Sep  5 16:07:38 2018 GMT
        Subject: C=US, ST=New York, L=Rochester, O=End Point, OU=Testing Domain/[email protected]omain.com, CN=localhost
        Subject Public Key Info:
            Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption
                Public-Key: (2048 bit)
                Modulus:
                    00:b2:e3:bd:ed:28:04:85:ea:75:ee:d2:82:e1:eb:
                    f5:5f:7f:cf:7e:cb:70:de:86:9f:75:7c:f3:71:e7:
                    da:16:fb:bc:1f:89:bc:47:08:77:ca:33:20:f1:c1:
                    9e:e3:20:8d:89:14:7e:c1:0a:12:d2:59:24:56:9b:
                    77:90:5f:69:d1:a5:f1:00:38:93:1b:a7:75:f1:33:
                    e2:da:dc:32:a9:0a:85:7d:9a:20:81:ca:20:ee:86:
                    ce:e2:a0:52:d2:ab:11:34:e5:52:99:3a:81:c6:9f:
                    6b:0f:6a:02:2b:38:a6:84:c9:ba:fa:9b:ef:0a:89:
                    22:4b:79:86:3c:bd:44:a5:54:fb:cf:4d:8b:d1:44:
                    03:35:22:de:69:77:c8:fa:4d:c6:01:25:08:9f:4d:
                    a9:79:7a:aa:ca:03:b6:e4:51:57:22:27:5f:a7:12:
                    11:f3:e6:00:29:f6:58:be:2c:aa:09:e4:06:45:d9:
                    3f:75:a7:f0:75:bd:2b:a6:bb:6d:ad:93:bb:b9:1d:
                    d7:75:39:4e:9b:1d:0e:39:cc:17:74:88:f7:e2:b7:
                    85:12:96:e0:cb:42:56:d0:11:e0:84:86:e5:14:a5:
                    f2:6d:43:5d:f9:59:ae:61:7f:01:ae:95:b8:92:27:
                    1d:1c:02:d7:ad:fb:ee:f6:25:38:60:c8:41:20:17:
                    80:69
                Exponent: 65537 (0x10001)
        X509v3 extensions:
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier:
                keyid:5A:8D:89:64:BD:F2:3E:C2:D7:7B:BE:17:84:F4:29:E8:C5:32:35:34

            X509v3 Basic Constraints:
                CA:FALSE
            X509v3 Key Usage:
                Digital Signature, Non Repudiation, Key Encipherment, Data Encipherment
            X509v3 Subject Alternative Name:
                DNS:localhost
    Signature Algorithm: sha256WithRSAEncryption
         27:1d:d6:84:50:33:d2:ff:b1:06:9b:fa:f1:40:7d:47:11:bc:
         f7:80:fd:26:87:0e:91:9f:14:be:1f:1d:9b:32:d1:fb:d6:8d:
         af:30:8a:88:38:8c:1c:bf:77:98:8e:cd:06:48:82:fa:09:b9:
         3c:0d:38:c4:a0:da:b7:4d:f5:81:5f:5a:76:04:61:f8:c2:1a:
         17:ad:56:7c:72:ba:f6:65:7f:7f:e7:5e:b2:34:ba:13:23:57:
         84:f1:c5:ca:dd:5b:55:69:95:71:44:4a:30:53:61:5c:ad:47:
         d8:9c:d5:a2:1b:18:2d:e1:19:35:3e:3f:b2:7e:fd:bf:f3:d0:
         45:dc:f5:57:f0:1b:cd:70:1b:e0:34:de:27:98:89:b4:a5:25:
         a5:6c:29:c3:89:a6:a5:c5:4d:f5:45:3b:47:8e:13:45:23:07:
         5e:d6:59:0d:96:c6:a3:f0:c5:3d:ee:a8:ad:36:96:43:13:a1:
         b8:55:f6:c7:10:7e:8f:5d:09:ef:61:17:2a:9c:3b:50:28:c8:
         e3:8d:a6:34:06:50:d4:3e:d5:17:ea:7d:31:97:d3:ee:df:b5:
         23:66:5e:22:b7:e4:fa:36:4f:9a:d5:f0:a3:f9:b4:2b:27:02:
         0b:41:94:d1:a1:f7:1b:2c:7e:74:e6:14:c3:b5:67:15:d2:ca:
         02:77:57:a6

Ich habe auch einen Blog-Beitrag erstellt .

Wenn Sie 127.0.0.1 hinzufügen möchten, müssen Sie Folgendes schreiben:

[alt_names]
IP.1 = 127.0.0.1

Wenn Sie DNS.1 = 127.0.0.1 hinzufügen, gibt Chrome einen ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID zurück.

Vielen Dank an @Robar für den Hinweis in den Kommentaren.

32

Speichern Sie dieses Skript unter Windows in Ihrem SSL-Ordner als makeCert.bat. Das selbstsignierte Zertifikat, das es erstellt, erfüllt die Chrome-Version 58+ -Anforderung für SAN (alternativer Antragstellername).

Dieses Skript erstellt die folgenden Dateien: example.cnf, example.crt, example.key

@echo off

REM IN YOUR SSL FOLDER, SAVE THIS FILE AS: makeCert.bat
REM AT COMMAND LINE IN YOUR SSL FOLDER, RUN: makecert
REM IT WILL CREATE THESE FILES: example.cnf, example.crt, example.key
REM IMPORT THE .crt FILE INTO CHROME Trusted Root Certification Authorities
REM REMEMBER TO RESTART Apache OR NGINX AFTER YOU CONFIGURE FOR THESE FILES

REM PLEASE UPDATE THE FOLLOWING VARIABLES FOR YOUR NEEDS.
SET HOSTNAME=example
SET DOT=com
SET COUNTRY=US
SET STATE=KS
SET CITY=Olathe
SET ORGANIZATION=IT
SET ORGANIZATION_UNIT=IT Department
SET [email protected]%HOSTNAME%.%DOT%

(
echo [req]
echo default_bits = 2048
echo Prompt = no
echo default_md = sha256
echo x509_extensions = v3_req
echo distinguished_name = dn
echo:
echo [dn]
echo C = %COUNTRY%
echo ST = %STATE%
echo L = %CITY%
echo O = %ORGANIZATION%
echo OU = %ORGANIZATION_UNIT%
echo emailAddress = %EMAIL%
echo CN = %HOSTNAME%.%DOT%
echo:
echo [v3_req]
echo subjectAltName = @alt_names
echo:
echo [alt_names]
echo DNS.1 = *.%HOSTNAME%.%DOT%
echo DNS.2 = %HOSTNAME%.%DOT%
)>%HOSTNAME%.cnf

openssl req -new -x509 -newkey rsa:2048 -sha256 -nodes -keyout %HOSTNAME%.key -days 3560 -out %HOSTNAME%.crt -config %HOSTNAME%.cnf
8
STWilson

Ich habe die STWilson - Batchdatei aktualisiert, um das COM-Zeug zu entfernen, da localhost das nicht wirklich hat und ich ein selbstsigniertes localhost-SSL-Zertifikat für die Entwicklung möchte. Ich habe auch ein paar zusätzliche Dateien hinzugefügt, z. B. eine PFX- und eine PEM.KEY-Datei.

@echo off

REM IN YOUR SSL FOLDER, SAVE THIS FILE AS: makeCert.bat
REM AT COMMAND LINE IN YOUR SSL FOLDER, RUN: makecert
REM IT WILL CREATE THESE FILES: example.cnf, example.crt, example.key
REM IMPORT THE .crt FILE INTO CHROME Trusted Root Certification Authorities
REM REMEMBER TO RESTART Apache OR NGINX AFTER YOU CONFIGURE FOR THESE FILES

REM PLEASE UPDATE THE FOLLOWING VARIABLES FOR YOUR NEEDS.
SET HOSTNAME=example
SET COUNTRY=US
SET STATE=KS
SET CITY=Olathe
SET ORGANIZATION=IT
SET ORGANIZATION_UNIT=IT Department
SET [email protected]

(
echo [req]
echo default_bits = 2048
echo Prompt = no
echo default_md = sha256
echo x509_extensions = v3_req
echo distinguished_name = dn
echo:
echo [dn]
echo C = %COUNTRY%
echo ST = %STATE%
echo L = %CITY%
echo O = %ORGANIZATION%
echo OU = %ORGANIZATION_UNIT%
echo emailAddress = %EMAIL%
echo CN = %HOSTNAME%
echo:
echo [v3_req]
echo subjectAltName = @alt_names
echo:
echo [alt_names]
echo DNS.1 = *.%HOSTNAME%
echo DNS.2 = %HOSTNAME%
)>%HOSTNAME%.cnf

REM MAKE THE .key .crt AND .cnf FILES
openssl req -new -x509 -newkey rsa:2048 -sha256 -nodes -keyout %HOSTNAME%.key -days 3560 -out %HOSTNAME%.crt -config %HOSTNAME%.cnf

REM MAKE THE .pfx FILE
openssl pkcs12 -export -out %HOSTNAME%.pfx -inkey %HOSTNAME%.key -in %HOSTNAME%.crt

REM MAKE THE .pem.key FILE
openssl rsa -in %HOSTNAME%.key -outform PEM -out %HOSTNAME%.pem.key
0
jake_nerdnest

Sachen wie diese gehen immer in /usr/local/bin.

Ich habe dies von https://alexanderzeitler.com/articles/Fixing-Chrome-missing_subjectAltName-selfsigned-cert-openssl/

#! /bin/bash

mkdir /tmp/scert 2>/dev/null
rm -r /tmp/scert/* 2>/dev/null

if [ $# -ne 1 ];
then
        echo "Usage: scert <name>"
        exit
fi

if [ -e "/etc/ssl/private/$1.key" ];
then
        echo "/etc/ssl/private/$1.key already exists"
        exit
fi

if [ -e "/etc/ssl/certs/$1.crt" ];
then
        echo "/etc/ssl/certs/$1.crt already exists"
        exit
fi

if [ -e "/etc/ssl/certs/$1.pem" ];
then
        echo "/etc/ssl/certs/$1.pem already exists"
        exit
fi

echo "[req]" > /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "default_bits = 2048" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "Prompt = no" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "default_md = sha256" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "distinguished_name = dn" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "[dn]" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "C=US" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "ST=New York" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "L=Rochester" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "O=$1" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "OU=Testing Domain" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "[email protected]" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf
echo "CN = localhost" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf

echo "authorityKeyIdentifier=keyid,issuer" > /tmp/scert/tmp.ext
echo "basicConstraints=CA:FALSE" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.ext
echo "keyUsage = digitalSignature, nonRepudiation, keyEncipherment, dataEncipherment" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.ext
echo "subjectAltName = @alt_names" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.ext
echo "" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.ext
echo "[alt_names]" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.ext
echo "DNS.1 = localhost" >> /tmp/scert/tmp.ext

openssl genrsa -des3 -passout pass:x -out /tmp/scert/tmp.pass.key 2048
openssl rsa -passin pass:x -in "/tmp/scert/tmp.pass.key" -out "/tmp/scert/tmp.key"

openssl req -x509 -new -nodes -key /tmp/scert/tmp.key  -subj "/C=US/ST=New York/L=Rochester/O=$1/OU=Testing Domain/CN=localhost" -sha256 -days 1024 -out /tmp/scert/$1.pem

openssl req -new -sha256 -nodes -out /tmp/scert/tmp.csr -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout /tmp/scert/$1.key -config <( cat /tmp/scert/tmp.cnf )

openssl x509 -req -in /tmp/scert/tmp.csr -CA /tmp/scert/$1.pem -CAkey /tmp/scert/tmp.key -CAcreateserial -out /tmp/scert/$1.crt -days 500 -sha256 -extfile /tmp/scert/tmp.ext

if [ -e "/tmp/scert/$1.key" ];
then
        Sudo cp /tmp/scert/$1.key /etc/ssl/private
        Sudo chown root:ssl-cert /etc/ssl/private/$1.key
        Sudo chmod 640 /etc/ssl/private/$1.key
        ls -al /etc/ssl/private/$1.key
else
        echo "ERROR: /tmp/scert/$1.key not found"
fi

if [ -e "/tmp/scert/$1.crt" ];
then
        Sudo cp /tmp/scert/$1.crt /etc/ssl/certs
        Sudo chown root:root /etc/ssl/certs/$1.crt
        Sudo chmod 755 /etc/ssl/certs/$1.crt
        ls -al /etc/ssl/certs/$1.crt
else
        echo "ERROR: /tmp/scert/$1.crt not found"
fi

if [ -e "/tmp/scert/$1.pem" ];
then
        Sudo cp /tmp/scert/$1.pem /etc/ssl/certs
        Sudo chown root:root /etc/ssl/certs/$1.pem
        Sudo chmod 755 /etc/ssl/certs/$1.pem
        ls -al /etc/ssl/certs/$1.pem
else
        echo "ERROR: /tmp/scert/$1.pem not found"
fi

rm -r /tmp/scert/* 2>/dev/null
0
Abdul Ahad