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Agree To The Acme Server`s Subscriber Agreement

Agree To The Acme Server`s Subscriber Agreement

By using this service, you accept the ACME subscription contract that can be found there: acme-v01.api.letsencrypt.org/directory. Everything is a bit of a mess compared to the old ACME. There is no specific “v1” design, because the implementation and the point at which the designs were cut were not in the lockstep. The latest V2 specs are always here: datatracker.ietf.org/doc/draft-ietf-acme-acme/ RESPONSE STATUS: 201 HEADERS: [(`Server`, `nginx`), (`Content-Type`, `application/json`), (`Content-Length`, `583`), (`Boulder-Request-Id`, `TjlSrRKr6KEO2sXM4MD31j7oNWm_dfqcMp7vjeUY_Pk`), (`Boulder-Requester`, `****`), (`Link`, `acme-staging.api.letsencrypt.org/acme/new-authz;rel=”next”`), (`Link`, `letsencrypt.org/documents/LE-SA-v1.1.1-August-1-2016.pdf;rel=”terms-of-service”`), (`Location`, `acme-staging.api.letsencrypt.org/acme/reg/`), (`Replay-Nonce`, `knDvHPr8FrvLCyPJ9Vd5oouApFmlFbOkwOuD_xehH3Y`), (`X-Frame-Options`, `DENY`), (`Strict-Transport-Security`, `max-age=604800`), (`Expires`, `Thu, 22 Dec 2016 09:12:15 GMT`), (`Cache-Control`, `max-age=0, no-cache, no-store`), (`Pragma`, `no-cache`), (`Date`, `Thu, 22 Dec 2016 09:12:15 GMT`), (`Connection`, `keep-alive`)] SAVING NONCE: knDvHPr8FrvLCyPJ9Vd5oouApFmlFbOkwOuD_xehH3Y {`key`: {`n`: `p4XHQxSqTD_mkFWfdFZOr05fj8Z2JuYqgDtb-RAiuNIyalyzVmE-maxISF9jeugYrnJdeF788XgvDgjRjJdBz0ELUHNzBjGN6tXNdpue5Ck_lynv32RmjdYjOhH_bxCYV_hLugwvgo5nDkWEvj4l1bxPKU8VIQSH63ZHmQkHRsYAGD49PucZeCWbe76zOJ6wo47GkfGSXhh6mUeyPh4PPa8o2LXBnPGNNAg5F334wxuQfaoBwnA1Zj_4_BJR-ZdOYCkIKcgxbuDFbW5nKkVeA_X75sCVb9F-qAFWEzgZ-keTvJkafb8WTOZCrjxdU27q4qSWxXWfkFd6TBffOI2s6Q`, `kty`: `RSA`, `e`: `AQAB`}, `Status`: `valid`, `initialIp`: `…`, `createdAt`: `2016-12-22T09:12:15.668933577Z`, `id`: **, `contact`: [`@gmail.com`]} True, I never agreed to anything and in my registration also didn`t include any “agreement” field (wouldn`t have known what to write there in the first place). I can`t re-register with this account key. How will this agreement be concluded and where can I find the documents? This is the correct error message for an ACMEv1 request that uses an account that was created but did not display the contract area. “type”:”urn:acme:error:unauthorized,””detail”:”Must approve the subscription agreement, before proceeding with further actions,”status”:403″Https://letsencrypt.org/documents/LE-SA-v1.1.1-August-1-2016.pdf same problem, I do the installation following The basic video of Inhengstett on youtube, the problem is the challenge acme in the DNS input that I searched for the subscription agreement for all versions of the protocol ACME, but could not know how I should explicitly accept letsencrypt.org/documents/LE-SA-v1.1.1-August-1-2016.pdf. So I went to the source code of letsencrypt/acme/client.py and found this feature: The ACME RFC is in my opinion pretty horrible. All the examples show only half the actual work and no real message is included in the examples, making the implementation from there extremely frustrating and annoying. For example, in letsencrypt.github.io/acme-spec/ 5.2 “Recording Objects,” there is a JSON description and example. The description mentions a key field “necessary.” However, this key field is MISSING in the exmaple.

The example indicates a “resource” field, but the “Resource” field is not included in the description. It is simply inconsistent. Below, in the signed examples, there are examples of JSON provided, and then it is called “Signed as a JWS.” It`s just horrible. I want to see what I have to send to the server and I can decode the JWS myself. It would be nice if it could be corrected and if concrete examples of all of this could be provided.

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