A Unix shell script implementing ACME client protocol


An ACME protocol client written purely in Shell (Unix shell) language.
Full ACME protocol implementation.
Support ACME v1 and ACME v2
Support ACME v2 wildcard certs
Simple, powerful and very easy to use. You only need 3 minutes to learn it.
Bash, dash and sh compatible.
Simplest shell script for Let’s Encrypt free certificate client.
Purely written in Shell with no dependencies on python or the official Let’s Encrypt client.
Just one script to issue, renew and install your certificates automatically.
DOES NOT require root/sudoer access.
Docker friendly
IPv6 support
It’s probably the easiest & smartest shell script to automatically issue & renew the free certificates from Let’s Encrypt.
Wiki: https://github.com/Neilpang/acme.sh/wiki
For Docker Fans: acme.sh

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KeePassXC 2.3.0 released

After a short beta phase, we are proud to release KeePassXC 2.3.0.

With this release, we reach another major milestone on our journey to providing
you with the best and most secure cross-platform password management
tool. KeePassXC 2.3 comes with a lot of new features and bug fixes which our
users have been waiting for long enough.

Among the highlights of the release are KDBX 4.0, Argon2 as a new key derivation
function, SSH agent integration, a new entry preview panel and an all-new
browser plugin, called KeePassXC-Browser, which replaces the old
KeePassHTTP-based plugins.

Thanks to our active community, KeePassXC also received a great
number of new and updated translations and is now available in 32 languages,
with even more being under development on Transifex!

As usual, you can find the new release on our downloads page
for Linux (as a cross-distribution AppImage), Windows and macOS.

Ubuntu users can also install the latest version from our official
Ubuntu PPA
or via Snapcraft.

Our new browser plugin KeePassXC-Browser

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Google Hangouts Chat

Teams want to be able to get their work done in one place, which is why we introduced the Early Adopter Program of Hangouts Chat to bring teams together. Today, we’re making Chat generally available as a core G Suite service.  From direct messages to group conversations, Chat helps teams collaborate easily and efficiently. With dedicated, virtual rooms to house projects over time—plus threaded conversations—Chat makes it simple to track progress and follow up tasks. In one place, you can:Easily work with other G Suite apps. Upload items from Drive, collaborate on Docs, Sheets or Slides, join online meetings with Hangouts Meet, or use Google’s powerful search to look up room members, past conversations and shared files.Use artificial intelligence to speed up workflows. When your teams collaborate in Chat, you can speed up manual work, like booking conference rooms, searching for files and more using artificial intelligence.Collaborate with colleagues around the

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OpenStack Queens Accelerates the Open-Source Cloud with New Capabilities

eWEEK: The 17th release of the open-source OpenStack cloud platform is now generally available, including new capabilities to support advanced workloads with improved container integration.

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Pagedraw UI builder turns your website design mockup into code automatically

 For years, one of the holy grails of web design has been trying to automate turning front-end design into clean code. Early attempts included tools like Dreamweaver and FrontPage. Pagedraw, a member of the Y Combinator Winter 2018 class, has developed a tool to fulfill that vision in a modern context. Typically, a web design team sits down and creates a mockup of the user interface, then… Read More

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