step ca policy authority x509 deny uri

Name

step ca policy authority x509 deny uri -- add or remove URI domains

Usage

step ca policy authority x509 deny uri <uri domain> [--remove]
[--provisioner=<name>] [--admin-cert=<file>] [--admin-key=<file>]
[--admin-provisioner=<string>] [--admin-subject=<string>]
[--password-file=<file>] [--ca-url=<uri>] [--root=<file>]
[--context=<name>]

Description

step ca policy authority x509 deny uri command manages URI domains in policies

Options

--provisioner=name The provisioner name

--remove removes the provided URIs from the policy instead of adding them

--admin-cert=chain Admin certificate (chain) in PEM format to store in the 'x5c' header of a JWT.

--admin-key=file Private key file, used to sign a JWT, corresponding to the admin certificate that will be stored in the 'x5c' header.

--admin-provisioner=name, --admin-issuer=name The provisioner name to use for generating admin credentials.

--admin-subject=subject, --admin-name=subject The admin subject to use for generating admin credentials.

--password-file=file The path to the file containing the password to encrypt or decrypt the private key.

--ca-url=URI URI of the targeted Step Certificate Authority.

--root=file The path to the PEM file used as the root certificate authority.

--context=name The context name to apply for the given command.

Examples

Allow all URI subdomains of "local" in X.509 certificates on authority level

$ step ca policy authority x509 allow uri "*local"

Deny URI badhost.local domain in X.509 certificates on authority level

$ step ca policy authority x509 deny uri badhost.local

Remove badhost.local from denied URI domain names in X.509 certificates on authority level

$ step ca policy authority x509 deny uri badhost.local --remove

Allow all URI subdomains of "example.com" in X.509 certificates on provisioner level

$ step ca policy provisioner x509 allow uri "*example.com" --provisioner my_provisioner
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