Bug#864408: ITP: dehydrated-dnspython-hook -- dehydrated dns-01 challenge response support
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* Package name : dehydrated-dnspython-hook
Version : 0.1
Upstream Author : Elizabeth Ferdman <email@example.com>
* URL : https://github.com/eferdman/dnspython-hook
* License : GPL-3
Programming Lang: Python
Description : dehydrated dns-01 challenge response support
This package provides a hook script to serve dns-01 challenge responses for
It uses the dnspython API to perform dynamic DNS updates, creating a temporary
TXT record for the given domain, thereby proving ownership of the domain.
It requires a DNS-server capable of performing dynamic DNS updates, like bind9.
There is no need for the DNS-server to run on the local machine.
This is especially useful if you want to create ACME certificates for servers
that do not serve HTTP and/or are not exposed to the public internet.
Most ACME-related packages in Debian only deal with http-01 challenges.
This one deals with dns-01.
I intend to maintain this package under the "Debian Let's Encrypt" umbrella
(provided that the team accepts this :-))