openssl-nodejs

is a package which gives you a possibility to run every [OpenSSL](https://www.openssl.org/) command in [Node.js](https://nodejs.org/en/) in a handy way. Moreover, parameters like -in, -keyin, -config and etc can be replaced by a raw data ([Buffor](https:/

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openssl-nodejs
is a package which gives you a possibility to run every OpenSSL command in Node.js in a handy way. Moreover, parameters like -in, -keyin, -config and etc can be replaced by a raw data (Buffor).
Installation & Usage
```javascript npm install openssl-nodejs ``` Import openssl module: ```javascript const openssl = require('openssl-nodejs') ``` Next, invoke openssl function and put command with parameters inside a function like presented in the example below. ```javascript openssl('openssl req -config csr.cnf -x509 -sha256 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout key.key -out certificate.crt') ``` To get access to the result of execution specify callback function as the last parameter of openssl function (with arguments err and buffer). openssl function can be invoked with a single parameter like OpenSSL command (see example above) or within an array with command name and parameters itself. ```javascript openssl('req', '-config', 'csr.conf', '-out', 'CSR.csr', '-new', '-newkey', 'rsa:2048', '-nodes', '-keyout', 'privateKey.key', function (err, buffer) { console.log(err.toString(), buffer.toString()); }); ``` If you want to specify Buffer text instead of the file as an input/output or whatever you need, use the version with an array as a function parameter. And put an object with keys: name: (specify a name of file which will be created to handle this command), and buffer: (your buffer variable) Example of object: ```javascript { name:'csr.conf', buffer: BufferVariable } ``` Command example: ```javascript openssl('req', '-config', { name:'csr.conf', buffer: BufferVariable }, '-out', 'CSR.csr', '-new', '-newkey', 'rsa:2048', '-nodes', '-keyout', 'privateKey.key', function (err, buffer) { console.log(err.toString(), buffer.toString()); }); ``` When you used a command which generates additional output in file format this package will create a folder openssl/ in the directory where the command was invoked. All output files will appear in this folder (openssl). Note:
If u want to use a command which needs additional interaction use parameter -config and specify pass to file with configuration.
--- That's all that you need to start using it. For any information, improvements or bug fixes please contact me. If it's package was useful for you please give a star in GitHub. (really inspiring me to new ones)