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eurephiadm certs(7)													       eurephiadm certs(7)

eurephiadm-certs - Certificate management for eurephia DESCRIPTION
Available modes for the certificate command are: -A | --add Register a new certificate -D | --delete Delete a registered certificate -l | --list List all registered certificates -h | --help <mode> Help about a specific mode LIST MODE
The list mode will list all registered certificates. It accepts one parameter: -S | --sort <sort key> Decide the sort order of the certificate list Available sort keys are: certid Numeric certificate ID depth Certificate depth digest Certificate SHA1 digest cname Certificate Common Name field org Certificate organisation field email Certificate e-mail address field registered When the certificate was registered in eurephia. ADD MODE
The add mode will register a new certificate. -d | --depth Certificate depth, required. -D | --digest SHA1 fingerprint/digest of the new certificate -C | --common-name Common name (CN) field of the certificate -O | --organisation Organisation (O) field of the certificate -E | --email e-mail address (emailAddress) of the certificate Usually the certificate depth value needs to be 0, if you are registering user account certificates. CA certificates usually have a value bigger than 0. If you have the certificate file available, you can use the following options to retrieve the needed information directly from a certifi- cate file. -f | --certfile File name of the certificate file. -p | --pkcs12 If the file is in PKCS#12 format. The default format is PEM format, unless --pkcs12 is given. These two options cannot be used together with -D, -C, -O or -E. But the cer- tificate depth must be given to indicate the certificate depth. DELETE MODE
The delete mode will remove a certificate from the certificate database. -i | --certid Indicates a unique certificate ID -d | --digest A unique SHA1 fingerprint/digest value -C | --common-name Common Name (CN) field of a certificate -O | --organisation Organisation (O) field of a certificate -E | --email e-mail address (emailAddress) of a certificate You can use any of these parameters to indicate a search criteria for the certificate (or certificates) you want to delete. You will be provided with a list over certificates which matches your search criteria and you will need to approve the deletion of the matching cer- tificate(s). SEE ALSO
eurephiadm-users(7), eurephiadm-usercerts(7) AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2008-2010 David Sommerseth <> David Sommerseth July 2010 eurephiadm certs(7)

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eurephiadm adminaccess(7)												 eurephiadm adminaccess(7)

eurephiadm-adminaccess - Access control for eurephia administration features DESCRIPTION
The eurephiadm adminaccess is used to grant eurephia users access to the different administration modules in eurephia. Available modes for the adminaccess command are: -G | --grant Grant a specific access level to a user -R | --revoke Revoke access levels -l | --list List all granted accesses -h | --help <mode> Help about a specific mode LIST MODE
The list mode will show the granted user access levels -i | --uid User account ID -u | --username User name -I | --interface Which interfaces to show (default "C") -a | --access-level Which access level to show GRANT MODE
The grant mode will grant a user access to a specified access level. -i | --uid User account ID -I | --interface Grant access through which interface (default "C") -a | --access-level Which access level to grant access to REVOKE MODE
The revoke mode will remove an access from the desired user accounts. -i | --uid User account ID -I | --interface Revoke access from interface (default "C") -a | --access-level Which access level to revoke access from ACCESS LEVELS
attempts This access level grants access to the eurephiadm attempts command. The attempts command can list, reset or delete login attempts records in the database. blacklist This is similar to the attempts access. It provides access to the eurphiadm blacklist command, where you can list, add or delete blacklisted usernames, certificate digests or IP addresses. certadmin This level is needed to use the eurephiadm certs command. This commands provides you access to list, add or delete certificate information which the eurephia plug-in will use during the authentication process. config This level grants access to the eurephiadm config and eurephiadm show-config commands. The latter command will list out both the eurephiadm config file and all configuration parameters in the database. The config command is used to set or delete configuration parameters in the database. fwprofiles This access level is needed to list, add or delete firewall profiles eurephia which may use. useradmin This provides access to the eurephiadm users and eurephiadm usercerts commands, which is used to create or delete user accounts and link the user accounts together with a certificate and a firewall access profile. SEE ALSO
eurephiadm(7) AUTHOR
Copyright (C) 2008-2010 David Sommerseth <> David Sommerseth July 2010 eurephiadm adminaccess(7)
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