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       certipy - Utility to create and sign CAs and certificates


       usage: certipy [-h] [--ca-name CA_NAME] [--overwrite] [--rm]

              [--cert-type  {rsa,dsa}]  [--bits  BITS]  [--valid  VALID]  [--alt-names ALT_NAMES]
              [--store-dir STORE_DIR] name

       Certipy: Create simple, self-signed certificate authorities and certs.

   positional arguments:
       name   Name of the cert to create, defaults to creating a CA cert. If no signing --ca-name

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       --ca-name CA_NAME
              The name of the CA to sign this cert.

              If the cert already exists, bump the serial and overwrite it.

       --rm   Remove the cert specified by name.

       --cert-type {rsa,dsa}
              The type of cert to create.

       --bits BITS
              The number of bits to use.

       --valid VALID
              Years the cert is valid for.

       --alt-names ALT_NAMES
              Alt names for the certificate (comma delimited).

       --store-dir STORE_DIR
              The location for the store and certs.


       The  full  documentation  for  certipy is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If the info and
       certipy programs are properly installed at your site, the command

              info certipy

       should give you access to the complete manual.