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A simplified DNS server with a RESTful HTTP API to provide a simple way to automate ACME DNS challenges. Have letsencrypt certificates issues from behind firewalls without the need for exposing services to the public internet.

Register an account:

user@client:~$ curl -X POST 

Sample output (json):


Take note of the username, password and subdomain! Each domain that you will be authenticating will need an _acme-challenge CNAME record added pointing at ${SUBDOMAIN}

_acme-challenge.mydomain.tld ->
_acme-challenge.www.mydomain.tld ->

Replace the target domain with the approriate subdomain that was provided during registration. You're all set! Here's a quick sample on how to use the client to issue a certificate for mydomain.tld and www.mydomain.tld.

export ACMEDNS_USERNAME="8fg7d929-5cdf-4a5e-8dc3-b19ba7044900"
export ACMEDNS_PASSWORD="NrW2BBsqEsh_mhj8lEno4HtJOOUELBZrrR8t7At4"
export ACMEDNS_SUBDOMAIN="40686896-e17f-4bce-810d-c8c1657c8fe9" --issue --dns dns_acmedns -d www.mydomain.tld -d mydomain.tld

The certificate can be found under .acme.h/${FQDN}.

root@server:~# find

Also make sure to  have a look at pre-, post- and renew-hook parameters and deployment hooks to further automate the deployment of certificates.