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This script creates the .key and .csr files using the bare minimum information. It's only argument is the domain name to be secured. Prepend "*." for wildcard domain certificates. Customize the DEFAULT_ORGNAME and DEFAULT_ORGCOUNTRY setting variables at the top before use. Environment variable overrides are ORGNAME and ORGCOUNTRY.
#!/bin/bash
DEFAULT_ORGNAME="xcsrz"
DEFAULT_ORGCOUNTRY="US"
if [ -t $1 ]; then
echo "you must provide a domain name (don't forget the asterisk if it's for a wildcard certificate"
echo ""
echo "Usage:"
echo " ${0} DOMAIN"
echo ""
exit 1
fi
: ${ORGNAME:=$DEFAULT_ORGNAME}
: ${ORGCOUNTRY:=$DEFAULT_ORGCOUNTRY}
filename=${1/\*/wildcard}
openssl req -nodes -newkey rsa:4096 -sha256 -keyout ${filename}.key -out ${filename}.csr -subj "/C=${ORGCOUNTRY}/O=${ORGNAME}/CN=${1}"
# openssl genrsa -out "${filename}.key" 4096
# openssl req -nodes -out "${filename}.csr" -key "${filename}.key" -new -sha256
echo "######################################################"
echo "#### Certificate Request Info (for verification): ####"
echo "#### ####"
echo ""
openssl req -in "${filename}.csr" -noout -text
echo "######################################################"
echo ""
echo "Make sure the above looks right before submitting to a Certificate Authority."
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