authelia crypto certificate ecdsa generate

authelia crypto certificate ecdsa generate

Generate an ECDSA private key and certificate

Synopsis

Generate an ECDSA private key and certificate.

This subcommand allows generating an ECDSA private key and certificate.

authelia crypto certificate ecdsa generate [flags]

Examples

authelia crypto certificate ecdsa generate --help

Options

      --ca                            create the certificate as a certificate authority certificate
  -c, --common-name string            certificate common name
      --country strings               certificate country
  -b, --curve string                  Sets the elliptic curve which can be P224, P256, P384, or P521 (default "P256")
  -d, --directory string              directory where the generated keys, certificates, etc will be stored
      --duration duration             duration of time the certificate is valid for (default 8760h0m0s)
      --extended-usage strings        specify the extended usage types of the certificate
      --file.ca-certificate string    certificate authority certificate to use when signing this certificate (default "ca.public.crt")
      --file.ca-private-key string    certificate authority private key to use to signing this certificate (default "ca.private.pem")
      --file.certificate string       name of the file to export the certificate data to (default "public.crt")
      --file.private-key string       name of the file to export the private key data to (default "private.pem")
  -h, --help                          help for generate
  -l, --locality strings              certificate locality
      --not-before string             earliest date and time the certificate is considered valid formatted as Jan 2 15:04:05 2006 (default is now)
  -o, --organization strings          certificate organization (default [Authelia])
      --organizational-unit strings   certificate organizational unit
      --path.ca string                source directory of the certificate authority files, if not provided the certificate will be self-signed
  -p, --postcode strings              certificate postcode
      --province strings              certificate province
      --sans strings                  subject alternative names
      --signature string              signature algorithm for the certificate (default "SHA256")
  -s, --street-address strings        certificate street address

SEE ALSO

Auto generated by spf13/cobra on 27-Jun-2022