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Manage TLS certificates and keys in the Django admin

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1 django-simple-certmanager








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Manage TLS certificates and keys in the Django admin

2 Features

  • Manage (mutual) TLS certificates

  • Certificate introspection and validation

  • Certificate/key files stored in private media

  • Certificate/key files deleted when the database record is deleted

3 Installation

3.1 Requirements

  • Python 3.7 or above

  • setuptools 30.3.0 or above

  • Django 3.2 or newer

3.2 Install

You can install Django Simple Certmanager either via the Python Package Index (PyPI) or from source.

To install using pip:

pip install django-simple-certmanager

4 Usage

To use this with your project you need to follow these steps:

  1. Add Django Simple Certmanager to INSTALLED_APPS in your Django project’s

        # ...,
        "privates",  # Needed for admin usage.
  2. Make sure you configure Django Privates correctly and set the (currently) undocumented settings:

    PRIVATE_MEDIA_ROOT = os.path.join(BASE_DIR, "private-media")
    PRIVATE_MEDIA_URL = "/private-media/"
  3. Run the migrations

python migrate

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