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Short Description
Fetch a CA and request certificates from vault and stick them into JAVA keystore files.
Full Description

Vault JKS

A simple script to fetch a CA and request certificates from vault and stick
them into JAVA keystore files.

Requirements

A working vault server and PKI backend mounted with long enough TTLs.

Configuration

  • VAULT_ADDR - Vault address. Required.
  • VAULT_AUTH_FILE - If specified, this file will be sourced. This file can
    contain VAULT_TOKEN or VAULT_USER and VAULT_PASSWORD.
  • VAULT_TOKEN - If specified, the token will be used for auth.
  • VAULT_USER - If VAULT_TOKEN is unset, then this needs to be set.
  • VAULT_PASSWORD - Required if VAULT_TOKEN is not being used.
  • VAULT_PKI_PATH - Vault pki backend mount path. Default: shared/pki.
  • VAULT_ROLE_NAME - Vault pki backend role for requesting a new cert. Default: cert-request.
  • CERT_COMMON_NAME - Certificate request CN. Default: localhost.
  • IP_SAN - IP address to add to ip_sans. Default: $(hostname -i).
  • ALT_NAMES - Requested Subject Alternative Names, in a comma-delimited list.
    These can be host names or email addresses; they will be parsed into their
    respective fields.
  • IMPORT_SYSTEM_TRUSTSTORE: If true, import /etc/pki/java/cacerts into a TRUSTSTORE_FILE. Default: true.
  • TRUSTSTORE_FILE - Where to write truststore file. Default: truststore.jks.
  • KEYSTORE_FILE - Where to write keystore file. Default: keystore.jks.
  • SLEEP_FOREVER - If set to true, run.sh will sleep forever after it
    successfully created keystores. This can be useful if vaultjks is run as part
    of a kubernetes pod.

Running

$ docker run -ti \
  -e VAULT_ADDR=https://vault:8200 \
  -e VAULT_TOKEN=44eecf54-5b01-4bd5-a8c4-f4032b9e7e10 \
  -v /keystore:/data \
  quay.io/ukhomeofficedigital/vaultjks:v0.0.4
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