NEWS for December 2012: join the jGridstart Collaborathon! more information
- Official releases
- Code repository is at Github
- Test deployments interface with a test certificate authority by default to avoid interfering with operations (source code)
- Mantis bug tracker
- Continuous integration by Travis-CI
- On jGridstart's authentication processes, and integration with Confusa
- Javadoc API documentation
- Used technologies
- Notes on browser certificate installation
- What's inside the ~/.globus directory
- How BouncyCastle is used together with Java Web Start, and general Java Web Start notes.
- Notes on Java user agent strings
- See which client certificate is installed in your web browser
- Cumberless strong PKCS#12 cryptography using PKCS12KeyStoreUnlimited
- Other notes, and remarks of RAs
Building from source
git clone https://github.com/biggrid/jGridstart.git cd jGridstart mvn install
The current 'final' product can be found in jgridstart-small/target/jgridstart-small-<version>.jar (together with a bcprov-<jdk>-<version>.jar). Please see the README for more information.
jGridstart's main application is in jgridstart/, and it can be run from there using the shellscript
jgridstart.bat on Windows).
- Certificate Authority Operations WG
- Related software
- Certificate Management Wizard is a wizard for setting up the grid; much more complex than jGridstart both in functionality and user-interface.
- Grid Tools
- SpectroGrid2 with a java web start based certificate manager (also here)
- JaBaCATs Java Basic Certificate Authority Tools
- Portecle - GUI to create, manage and examine keystores, keys, certificates, requests, revocation lists and more.
- KeyTool IUI the cryptography GUI tool
- gridshib-ca contains a java web start tool that installs user certificates
- Grix is a Java gui application to help users handle security related tasks within a grid environment (old links)
- CSRGenerator is a Java gui wizard to submit a CSR, implementing a subset of jGridstart's features
- libbrowser is a Java library for accessing Internet Explorer and Mozilla keystores read/write(!) using native calls to dll/so.