Envoy mTLS

2020-12-12

Sample configuration for HTTP and Network mTLS using envoy yaml

Sample demonstrates two types of mtls validation for the Downstream client (client -> envoy_server)

envoy.transport_sockets.tls

client ->  (mTLS) -> envoy  -> (TLS) -> upstream                       

envoy.filters.network.client_ssl_auth

This will validate client -> envoy_server over mTLS, using an external service as the source for valid certificate hashes.

                (auth_api_cluster)
                       ^
                       |
                     (TLS)
                       ^
                       |
client ->  (mTLS) -> envoy  -> (TLS) -> upstream                       

See: extensions.filters.network.client_ssl_auth.v3.ClientSSLAuth

TBH…i’m not sure why you’d use client_ssl_auth versions since the external REST server it calls to validate a cert MUST send back ALL valid certificates….this is just poor.


You can find the source here


Configuration

  1. Download envoy

** NOTE ** we are using the envoy 1.21.0

docker cp `docker create envoyproxy/envoy-dev:latest`:/usr/local/bin/envoy .

./envoy  version: 2e6db8378477a4a63740746c5bfeb264cd76bc34/1.21.0-dev/Clean/RELEASE/BoringSSL
  1. Run envoy_server

Each scenario has its own yaml file with just the components required. Run the appropriate version to test with


Note about curl:

Update 8/17/21: The curl version >7.74 does not work anymore :( after https://curl.se/docs/CVE-2020-8286.html.

TBH, i think there is an issue with that fix itself herewhere it it does not check if the OCSP stapled response was signed by some dedicate CA even if its in the chain.

# $ curl --version
  # curl 7.74.0 (OpenSSL/1.1.1k zlib/1.2.11 

curl -v -H "host: http.domain.com"  \
   --resolve  http.domain.com:8081:127.0.0.1 \
   --cert certs/client.crt \
   --key certs/client.key  \
   --cacert certs/tls-ca-ocsp-chain.pem \
   --cert-status \
     https://http.domain.com:8081/get
# gives the error: curl: (91) Error computing OCSP ID

so as a workaround,we use a lower version to test with:

docker run     --net=host  \
    -v `pwd`/certs/:/certs curlimages/curl:7.73.0 -vvv \
    -H "host: http.domain.com"  \
    --resolve  http.domain.com:8081:127.0.0.1 \
     --cert /certs/client.crt --key /certs/client.key \
     --cacert /certs/tls-ca-chain.pem --cert-status  https://http.domain.com:8081/get

1a. envoy.transport_sockets.tls

  • The client will establish a mTLS with envoy_server.
  • Envoy Server will validate the presented client certificate against a list of approved CAs.
  • Envoy will send down the OCSP stapled for the server
  • curl with require OCSP stapled response and validate the cert
./envoy -c envoy_1.yaml -l debug
docker run     --net=host  \
    -v `pwd`/certs/:/certs curlimages/curl:7.73.0 -vvv \
    -H "host: http.domain.com"  \
    --resolve  http.domain.com:8081:127.0.0.1 \
     --cert /certs/client.crt --key /certs/client.key \
     --cacert /certs/tls-ca-chain.pem --cert-status  https://http.domain.com:8081/get

Anyway, lets take a careful look at envoy_1.yaml:

      transport_socket:
        name: envoy.transport_sockets.tls
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.transport_sockets.tls.v3.DownstreamTlsContext
          require_client_certificate: true
          common_tls_context:
            tls_certificates:
            - certificate_chain:
                filename: certs/http_server.crt
              private_key:
                filename: certs/http_server.key
              ocsp_staple:
                filename: certs/http_server_ocsp_resp_valid.bin
            validation_context:
              only_verify_leaf_cert_crl: true
              trusted_ca:
                filename: certs/tls-ca-chain.pem                
              crl:
                filename: certs/tls-ca-valid.crl

When you run the client, you’ll see the mtls and the server’s cert was OCSP validated

$ docker run     --net=host   \
    -v `pwd`/certs/:/certs curlimages/curl:7.73.0 -vvv     -H "host: http.domain.com"  \
    --resolve  http.domain.com:8081:127.0.0.1  \
    --cert /certs/client.crt --key /certs/client.key   \
    --cacert /certs/tls-ca-chain.pem --cert-status  https://http.domain.com:8081/get


* ALPN, offering h2
* ALPN, offering http/1.1
* successfully set certificate verify locations:
*  CAfile: /certs/tls-ca-chain.pem
*  CApath: none
} [5 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (OUT), TLS handshake, Client hello (1):
} [512 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (IN), TLS handshake, Server hello (2):
{ [122 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (IN), TLS handshake, Encrypted Extensions (8):
{ [6 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (IN), TLS handshake, Request CERT (13):
{ [212 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (IN), TLS handshake, Certificate (11):
{ [2735 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (IN), TLS handshake, CERT verify (15):
{ [264 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (IN), TLS handshake, Finished (20):
{ [52 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (OUT), TLS change cipher, Change cipher spec (1):
} [1 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (OUT), TLS handshake, Certificate (11):
} [2141 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (OUT), TLS handshake, CERT verify (15):
} [264 bytes data]
* TLSv1.3 (OUT), TLS handshake, Finished (20):
} [52 bytes data]
* SSL connection using TLSv1.3 / TLS_AES_256_GCM_SHA384
* ALPN, server did not agree to a protocol
* Server certificate:
*  subject: C=US; O=Google; OU=Enterprise; CN=http.domain.com
*  start date: Jul 10 19:29:07 2020 GMT
*  expire date: Jul 10 19:29:07 2022 GMT
*  subjectAltName: host "http.domain.com" matched cert's "http.domain.com"
*  issuer: C=US; O=Google; OU=Enterprise; CN=Enterprise Subordinate CA
*  SSL certificate verify ok.
* SSL certificate status: good (0)

A couple of things to note:

  • require_client_certificate: true This bit is what this repo is about.

  • ocsp_staple This specifies where to find the OCSP file to staple back to the client. See the OCSP section below about the format

  • crl These specify the CRLs files for both the parent and subordinate CA. As mentioned above, the client cert is valid.

  • only_verify_leaf_cert_crl: true This checks the CRL for any CA thats part of chain. In our case, we have a parent CA and a subordinate CA.
    However, i have not been able to verify the full crl chain (i.,e make it work if its set to false)…this is a TODO. If you do not specify a crl, you don’t need to set this

1b. CRL revoke client certificate

Now test an envoy config where the client certificate is revoked. We do this by setting the CRL filename to revoked version

      transport_socket:
        name: envoy.transport_sockets.tls
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.transport_sockets.tls.v3.DownstreamTlsContext
          require_client_certificate: true
          common_tls_context:
            tls_certificates:
            - certificate_chain:
                filename: certs/http_server.crt
              private_key:
                filename: certs/http_server.key
              ocsp_staple:
                filename: certs/http_server_ocsp_resp_valid.bin
            validation_context:
              only_verify_leaf_cert_crl: true
              trusted_ca:
                filename: certs/tls-ca-chain.pem
              crl:
                filename: certs/tls-ca-revoked.crl

1b. send revoked OCSP Stapled server certificate

We can also verify the client’s view of the server’s cert by intentionally sending down a revoked OCSP stapled cert. This is pretty contrived but shows how the client can validate the server’s OCSP Stapled data

      transport_socket:
        name: envoy.transport_sockets.tls
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.transport_sockets.tls.v3.DownstreamTlsContext
          require_client_certificate: true
          common_tls_context:
            tls_certificates:
            - certificate_chain:
                filename: certs/http_server.crt
              private_key:
                filename: certs/http_server.key
              ocsp_staple:
                filename: certs/http_server_ocsp_resp_revoked.bin
            validation_context:
              only_verify_leaf_cert_crl: true
              trusted_ca:
                filename: certs/tls-ca-chain.pem                
              crl:
                filename: certs/tls-ca-valid.crl

With this configuration, you will see the following error

$ docker run     --net=host   \
    -v `pwd`/certs/:/certs curlimages/curl:7.73.0 -vvv  \
    -H "host: http.domain.com"      --resolve  http.domain.com:8081:127.0.0.1  \
    --cert /certs/client.crt --key /certs/client.key  \
    --cacert /certs/tls-ca-chain.pem --cert-status  https://http.domain.com:8081/get


* ALPN, server did not agree to a protocol
* Server certificate:
*  subject: C=US; O=Google; OU=Enterprise; CN=http.domain.com
*  start date: Jul 10 19:29:07 2020 GMT
*  expire date: Jul 10 19:29:07 2022 GMT
*  subjectAltName: host "http.domain.com" matched cert's "http.domain.com"
*  issuer: C=US; O=Google; OU=Enterprise; CN=Enterprise Subordinate CA
*  SSL certificate verify ok.
* SSL certificate status: revoked (1)                  <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
* SSL certificate revocation reason: (UNKNOWN) (-1)

1c. Verify client with SPKI

You can also opt to very the client cert presented using the hash value

An optional list of base64-encoded SHA-256 hashes. If specified, Envoy will verify that the SHA-256 of the DER-encoded Subject Public Key Information (SPKI) of the presented certificate matches one of the specified values.

For our client certificate, its

$ openssl x509 -in client.crt -noout -pubkey  | openssl pkey -pubin -outform DER  | openssl dgst -sha256 -binary  | openssl enc -base64
      jAKNnM50a5COFYrdrpWqTSiRP38Lr7GzyDnPWNe39DI=

so the configuration is

      transport_socket:
        name: envoy.transport_sockets.tls
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.transport_sockets.tls.v3.DownstreamTlsContext
          require_client_certificate: true
          common_tls_context:
            tls_certificates:
            - certificate_chain:
                filename: certs/http_server.crt
              private_key:
                filename: certs/http_server.key
              ocsp_staple:
                filename: certs/http_server_ocsp_resp_valid.bin
            validation_context:             
              verify_certificate_spki:
              - "jAKNnM50a5COFYrdrpWqTSiRP38Lr7GzyDnPWNe39DI=" 

envoy.filters.network.client_ssl_auth

In this section we will use the network TLS filter envoy.filters.network.client_ssl_auth

extensions.filters.network.client_ssl_auth.v3.ClientSSLAuth

To use this, we will need an external server which accepts the TLS client hash, validates it and then return a decision if its acceptable or not

So run our external server

$ go run src/server/main.go

The server responds back to REST calls

$ curl -s --cacert certs/tls-ca.crt -H "host: certserver.domain.com" \
  --resolve certserver.domain.com:18080:127.0.0.1 https://certserver.domain.com:18080/v1/certs/list/approved | jq '.'
{
  "certificates": [
    {
      "fingerprint_sha256": "492d412c90b7d1747f02583d03dbf52e009fde113dd454bd5de572bde6595efc"
    }
  ]
}

Note that the fingerprint is our client certificate

$ openssl x509 -in certs/client.crt -outform DER | openssl dgst -sha256 | cut -d" " -f2
  492d412c90b7d1747f02583d03dbf52e009fde113dd454bd5de572bde6595efc

what this means is that the external server will ONLY trust one certificate

as a side now..i have no idea how this design is scaleable…i mean, the external server must return ALL the certificates that are valid as a list

This is a really poor design …I suspect this mode isnt’ used…

Anyway, lets run the server

  • envoy_2.yaml,

Note the filter setting here points to an external cluster auth_api_cluster

    filter_chains:
    - filters:
      - name: envoy.filters.network.client_ssl_auth
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.filters.network.client_ssl_auth.v3.ClientSSLAuth
          stat_prefix: client_authn
          auth_api_cluster: cert_service
          refresh_delay: 5s  

The cert_server is the go app server we’re running.

On startup, envoy perform healthcheck AND periodicaly asks the external server for list of valid certs…

again, i have no idea how this is scales…

node:
  cluster: service_greeter
  id: test-id

static_resources:
  listeners:
  - name: listener_0
    address:
      socket_address: { address: 0.0.0.0, port_value: 8081 }
    filter_chains:
    - filters:
      - name: envoy.filters.network.client_ssl_auth
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.filters.network.client_ssl_auth.v3.ClientSSLAuth
          stat_prefix: client_authn
          auth_api_cluster: cert_service
          refresh_delay: 5s    
      - name: envoy.filters.network.http_connection_manager
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.filters.network.http_connection_manager.v3.HttpConnectionManager
          stat_prefix: ingress_http
          codec_type: AUTO
          route_config:
            name: local_route
            virtual_hosts:
            - name: local_service
              domains: ["*"]
              routes:
              - match:
                  prefix: "/"
                route:
                  cluster: service_httpbin
            request_headers_to_add:
            - header:
                key: downstream_peer_fingerprint
                value: "%DOWNSTREAM_PEER_FINGERPRINT_256%"
          http_filters:
          - name: envoy.filters.http.router
      transport_socket:
        name: envoy.transport_sockets.tls
        typed_config:
          "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.transport_sockets.tls.v3.DownstreamTlsContext
          require_client_certificate: true
          common_tls_context:
            tls_certificates:
            - certificate_chain:
                filename: certs/http_server.crt
              private_key:
                filename: certs/http_server.key
              ocsp_staple:
                filename: certs/http_server_ocsp_resp_valid.bin
            validation_context:
              only_verify_leaf_cert_crl: true
              trusted_ca:
                filename: certs/tls-ca-chain.pem                
  clusters:
  - name: service_httpbin
    connect_timeout: 0.25s
    type: strict_dns
    lb_policy: round_robin
    load_assignment:
      cluster_name: service_httpbin
      endpoints:
      - lb_endpoints:
        - endpoint:
            address:
              socket_address:
                address: httpbin.org
                port_value: 443
    transport_socket:
      name: envoy.transport_sockets.tls
      typed_config:
        "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.transport_sockets.tls.v3.UpstreamTlsContext
  - name: cert_service
    connect_timeout: 0.25s
    type: strict_dns
    lb_policy: round_robin
    load_assignment:
      cluster_name: cert_service
      endpoints:
      - lb_endpoints:
        - endpoint:
            address:
              socket_address:
                address: 127.0.0.1
                port_value: 18080
    health_checks:
      - timeout: 1s
        interval: 2s
        unhealthy_threshold: 3
        healthy_threshold: 1
        http_health_check:
          path: /healthcheck                
    transport_socket:
      name: envoy.transport_sockets.tls
      typed_config:
        "@type": type.googleapis.com/envoy.extensions.transport_sockets.tls.v3.UpstreamTlsContext
        common_tls_context:
          validation_context:
            match_subject_alt_names:
              exact: "certserver.domain.com"
            trusted_ca:
              filename: "certs/tls-ca-chain.pem"

Thats about it…dont’ use envoy.extensions.filters.network.client_ssl_auth.v3.ClientSSLAuth for mtls


Background

CA Structure

First some background on the certificate specifications we will use in these example (you can skip these and come back later)

  • root-ca.crt

This is the root CA:

$ openssl x509 -in certs/root-ca.crt -noout -text

Certificate:
    Data:
        Version: 3 (0x2)
        Serial Number: 1 (0x1)
        Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C=US, O=Google, OU=Enterprise, CN=Enterprise Root CA
        X509v3 extensions:
            X509v3 Key Usage: critical
                Certificate Sign, CRL Sign
            X509v3 Basic Constraints: critical
                CA:TRUE
            X509v3 Subject Key Identifier: 
                9A:54:D6:19:21:58:3A:46:B6:D4:AE:05:7E:80:70:F4:38:CF:28:0C
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                keyid:9A:54:D6:19:21:58:3A:46:B6:D4:AE:05:7E:80:70:F4:38:CF:28:        

This CA has a CRL as well but we have not expired anything:


$ openssl crl -inform PEM -text -noout -in certs/root-ca.crl 
Certificate Revocation List (CRL):
        Version 2 (0x1)
        Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = Enterprise Root CA
        Last Update: Dec 31 15:43:50 2021 GMT
        Next Update: Feb  4 15:43:50 2023 GMT
        CRL extensions:
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                keyid:9A:54:D6:19:21:58:3A:46:B6:D4:AE:05:7E:80:70:F4:38:CF:28:0C

            Authority Information Access: 
                CA Issuers - URI:http://pki.esodemoapp2.com/ca/root-ca.cer

            X509v3 CRL Number: 
                2
No Revoked Certificates.
  • tls-ca.crt

This is the subordinate CA that issues the TLS client and server certificates:

openssl x509 -in certs/tls-ca.crt -noout -text

Certificate:
    Data:
        Version: 3 (0x2)
        Serial Number: 2 (0x2)
        Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = Enterprise Root CA
        X509v3 extensions:
            X509v3 Key Usage: critical
                Certificate Sign, CRL Sign
            X509v3 Basic Constraints: critical
                CA:TRUE, pathlen:0
            X509v3 Subject Key Identifier: 
                BF:E1:1C:F0:22:48:8F:FC:3B:CF:5D:D9:ED:AE:88:70:21:DF:DD:86
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                keyid:9A:54:D6:19:21:58:3A:46:B6:D4:AE:05:7E:80:70:F4:38:CF:28:0C     

Note that we have two CRLs here: one with a revoked cert and one without. We will later use these separately to test with

$ openssl crl -inform PEM -text -noout -in certs/tls-ca-valid.crl 

Certificate Revocation List (CRL):
        Version 2 (0x1)
        Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = Enterprise Subordinate CA
        Last Update: Dec 31 14:49:20 2021 GMT
        Next Update: Feb  4 14:49:20 2023 GMT
        CRL extensions:
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                keyid:BF:E1:1C:F0:22:48:8F:FC:3B:CF:5D:D9:ED:AE:88:70:21:DF:DD:86

            Authority Information Access: 
                CA Issuers - URI:http://pki.esodemoapp2.com/ca/tls-ca.cer

            X509v3 CRL Number: 
                4
No Revoked Certificates.

and

$ openssl crl -inform PEM -text -noout -in certs/tls-ca-revoked.crl 

Certificate Revocation List (CRL):
        Version 2 (0x1)
        Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = Enterprise Subordinate CA
        Last Update: Dec 31 15:29:27 2021 GMT
        Next Update: Feb  4 15:29:27 2023 GMT
        CRL extensions:
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                keyid:BF:E1:1C:F0:22:48:8F:FC:3B:CF:5D:D9:ED:AE:88:70:21:DF:DD:86

            Authority Information Access: 
                CA Issuers - URI:http://pki.esodemoapp2.com/ca/tls-ca.cer

            X509v3 CRL Number: 
                5
Revoked Certificates:
    Serial Number: 0D
        Revocation Date: Dec 12 14:11:52 2020 GMT

Note the Serial Number (0D), this is the serial number for the client certificate

  • http_server.crt

This is the certificate the envoy server uses

$ openssl x509 -in certs/http_server.crt -noout -text
Certificate:
    Data:
        Version: 3 (0x2)
        Serial Number: 7 (0x7)
        Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
        Issuer: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = Enterprise Subordinate CA
        Validity
            Not Before: Jul 10 19:29:07 2020 GMT
            Not After : Jul 10 19:29:07 2022 GMT
        Subject: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = http.domain.com
        X509v3 extensions:
            X509v3 Key Usage: critical
                Digital Signature
            X509v3 Basic Constraints: 
                CA:FALSE
            X509v3 Extended Key Usage: 
                TLS Web Server Authentication
            X509v3 Subject Key Identifier: 
                FF:AE:5E:E3:E9:4A:07:5D:D6:E1:1B:52:CC:1F:66:CB:11:55:78:F6
            X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                keyid:BF:E1:1C:F0:22:48:8F:FC:3B:CF:5D:D9:ED:AE:88:70:21:DF:DD:86
            X509v3 Subject Alternative Name: 
                DNS:http.domain.com

Note the SAN Value

  • client.crt

This is the certificate the client will present to the envoy server

$ openssl x509 -in certs/client.crt -noout -text 
    Certificate:
        Data:
            Version: 3 (0x2)
            Serial Number: 13 (0xd)             <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
            Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
            Issuer: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = Enterprise Subordinate CA
            Validity
                Not Before: Oct 31 18:05:09 2020 GMT
                Not After : Oct 31 18:05:09 2022 GMT
            Subject: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = client@domain.com
            X509v3 extensions:
                X509v3 Key Usage: critical
                    Digital Signature
                X509v3 Basic Constraints: 
                    CA:FALSE
                X509v3 Extended Key Usage: 
                    TLS Web Client Authentication
                X509v3 Subject Key Identifier: 
                    7C:26:D4:CD:5B:F5:09:A0:68:65:99:92:4F:AD:A5:B7:CC:40:C4:8E
                X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                    keyid:BF:E1:1C:F0:22:48:8F:FC:3B:CF:5D:D9:ED:AE:88:70:21:DF:DD:86
                X509v3 Subject Alternative Name: 
                    DNS:client.domain.com

Note the SAN value as well as the serial number (13 (0D)) which will be used for CRL based validation

Also, we will generate the digest value (we will use this later to indicate valid certificates):

$ openssl x509 -in certs/client.crt -outform DER | openssl dgst -sha256 | cut -d" " -f2
  492d412c90b7d1747f02583d03dbf52e009fde113dd454bd5de572bde6595efc

$ openssl x509 -in certs/client.crt -noout -pubkey  | openssl pkey -pubin -outform DER  | openssl dgst -sha256 -binary  | openssl enc -base64
  jAKNnM50a5COFYrdrpWqTSiRP38Lr7GzyDnPWNe39DI=

The following just some background commands for CRL’s and OCSP

CRL

Note the Revoked Certificates list where the serial number is listed

$ openssl crl -inform PEM -text -noout -in certs/tls-revoked.crl 
      Certificate Revocation List (CRL):
              Version 2 (0x1)
              Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
              Issuer: C = US, O = Google, OU = Enterprise, CN = Enterprise Subordinate CA
              Last Update: Dec 12 14:12:16 2020 GMT
              Next Update: Jan 16 14:12:16 2022 GMT
              CRL extensions:
                  X509v3 Authority Key Identifier: 
                      keyid:BF:E1:1C:F0:22:48:8F:FC:3B:CF:5D:D9:ED:AE:88:70:21:DF:DD:86

                  Authority Information Access: 
                      CA Issuers - URI:http://pki.esodemoapp2.com/ca/tls-ca.cer

                  X509v3 CRL Number: 
                      3
      Revoked Certificates:
          Serial Number: 01
              Revocation Date: Apr 26 00:31:18 2020 GMT
          Serial Number: 0D                               <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<  0xd = 13
              Revocation Date: Dec 12 14:11:52 2020 GMT   <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
OCSP

Use openssl to test the OCSP Responder:

  • Valid server certificate:
$ cd certs/
$ openssl ocsp -index db_valid/tls-ca.db -port 9999 -rsigner ocsp.crt -rkey ocsp.key -CA tls-ca.crt -text -ndays 500

$ openssl ocsp -CA tls-ca.crt -CAfile tls-ca-ocsp-chain.pem -issuer tls-ca.crt  -cert http_server.crt -url http://localhost:9999 -resp_text

$ openssl ocsp -CA tls-ca.crt -CAfile tls-ca-ocsp-chain.pem -issuer tls-ca.crt  -cert http_server.crt -url http://localhost:9999 -respout http_server_ocsp_resp_valid.bin
    Response verify OK
    http_server.crt: good
      This Update: Dec 17 14:11:55 2020 GMT
      Next Update: May  1 14:11:55 2022 GMT

or with openssl client/server

$ openssl s_server \
  -status_file http_server_ocsp_resp_valid.bin \
  -cert http_server.crt -key http_server.key \
  -port 8081 -CAfile tls-ca-ocsp-chain.pem \
  -verify_return_error -Verify 1

$ openssl s_client \
  -connect localhost:8081 \
  -servername http.domain.com \
  -CAfile tls-ca-chain.pem \
  -cert client.crt \
  -key client.key -tls1_3 -tlsextdebug -status --verify 1
  • Revoked Server certificate
cd certs/
openssl ocsp -index db_revoked/tls-ca.db -port 9999 -rsigner ocsp.crt -rkey ocsp.key -CA tls-ca.crt -text -ndays 500

openssl ocsp -CA tls-ca.crt -CAfile tls-ca-ocsp-chain.pem -issuer tls-ca.crt  -cert http_server.crt -url http://localhost:9999 -resp_text

$ openssl ocsp -CA tls-ca.crt -CAfile tls-ca-ocsp-chain.pem -issuer tls-ca.crt  -cert http_server.crt -url http://localhost:9999 -respout http_server_ocsp_resp_revoked.bin
    Response verify OK
    http_server.crt: revoked
      This Update: Dec 17 14:12:51 2020 GMT
      Next Update: May  1 14:12:51 2022 GMT
      Revocation Time: Dec 12 14:11:52 2020 GMT

References


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