Viktor here, the creator of Screenly. Recently, I’ve been busy hacking on a new project called Web of Trusted Things (WoTT). The concept behind WoTT is to simplify credential management (think API keys and password etc), certificate management (every device gets an x509 certificate as an identity) as well as to do an ongoing security audit of your fleet of devices.
I’d like to invite my fellow Raspberry Pi friends as early testers of our beta.
Here’s what we have right now:
- An open source agent that is installed on the Raspberry Pi
- A dashboard to manage and gain visibility of all your Raspberry Pis
- Some documentation and use cases (https://github.com/WoTTsecurity/agent#use-cases)
- Screenly OSE integration as a reference implementation (https://github.com/WoTTsecurity/agent/t ... s/screenly)
We have a number of use cases on Github and we are actively posting new ones. We would love to get your feedback and for you to tell us what problems we can solve for you.
Here are some things we have on the roadmap for the next few weeks:
- Docker and Balena (former Resin) integration
- Ubuntu Core (former Snappy) integration
- Integrations and tutorials for the most popular IoT platforms
- TPM integration for additional security hardening
I'd invite you all to test it. You can find quick installation instructions here:
If you have any questions, please post them in this thread and we will try to answer as quickly as possible and if you encounter any bugs, please file them on Github (https://github.com/WoTTsecurity/agent).