Create and manage DANE (DNS TLSA) records
This program is designed to help manage DANE (TLSA) records on a server using Let’s Encrypt certificates. Specifically, if you are thinking of using DANE to secure a service encrypted with Let’s Encrypt certificates, you will at least need a reliable way to update your DNS TLSA records when your TLS certificates are renewed. This program can help you do this.
Documentation is provided at https://alnitak.readthedocs.io/en/latest/.
Code is in beta. Program is functional, but more testing is required. If you wish to use the program, then you will likely find that the program works, but may be temperamental to changes in your setup. Thus, it is recommended that you check that everything works by forcing a certificate renewal, if you can, and to also keep a check on automated renewals, if error reporting mechanisms are not already in place.
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