I just got to know through the quoted post that there are other ACME based CA services than the Letsencrypt’s one.
I immediately updated the code of the client that I am maintaining https://github.com/bruncsak/ght-acme.sh/ in a way that it is possible to specify the directory to bootstrap in. Now, the client is tested against buypass’ staging server, and it is working (by the way, found one RFC8555 compatibility bug in their ACME server implementation: https://community.buypass.com/t/63v0f6/rfc8555-section-7-3-1-compliance).
Is there any other ACMEv2 based certificate provider (CA) that I could test my client against?
Have you been testing against Pebble (https://github.com/letsencrypt/pebble) already? It can bring a lot of bugs to light.
Some other implementations/implementors off the top of my head, not all free or open source:
Thanks. Do you know about a running instance of pebble that I could immediately use to test my client?
I don’t know of any public instances. It should be easy to get one running yourself though. We publish Docker images and pre-built binaries for 64bit Linux and Windows. You shouldn’t need to install Go to get it running.
Thanks for the idea of pebble. I found a bug running it in a container. Fixed the bug:
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