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Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri May 17 06:46:30 2019 UTC (3 days, 21 hours ago) by adam
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py-acme py-certbot*: updated to 0.34.2 0.34.2: Fixed certbot-auto no longer writes a check_permissions.py script at the root of the filesystem. Despite us having broken lockstep, we are continuing to release new versions of all Certbot components during releases for the time being, however, the only changes in this release were to certbot-auto.
Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue May 7 08:50:36 2019 UTC (13 days, 19 hours ago) by adam
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py-acme,py-cerbot*: updated to 0.34.1 0.34.1: Fixed certbot-auto no longer prints a blank line when there are no permissions problems. Despite us having broken lockstep, we are continuing to release new versions of all Certbot components during releases for the time being, however, the only changes in this release were to certbot-auto. More details about these changes can be found on our GitHub repo. 0.34.0: Changed Apache plugin now tries to restart httpd on Fedora using systemctl if a configuration test error is detected. This has to be done due to the way Fedora now generates the self signed certificate files upon first restart. Updated Certbot and its plugins to improve the handling of file system permissions on Windows as a step towards adding proper Windows support to Certbot. Updated urllib3 to 1.24.2 in certbot-auto. Removed the fallback introduced with 0.32.0 in acme to retry a challenge response with a keyAuthorization if sending the response without this field caused a malformed error to be received from the ACME server. Linode DNS plugin now supports api keys created from their new panel at cloud.linode.com Adding a warning noting that future versions of Certbot will automatically configure the webserver so that all requests redirect to secure HTTPS access. You can control this behavior and disable this warning with the --redirect and --no-redirect flags. certbot-auto now prints warnings when run as root with insecure file system permissions. If you see these messages, you should fix the problem by following the instructions at https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/certbot-auto-deployment-best-practices/91979/, however, these warnings can be disabled as necessary with the flag --no-permissions-check. acme module uses now a POST-as-GET request to retrieve the registration from an ACME v2 server Convert the tsig algorithm specified in the certbot_dns_rfc2136 configuration file to all uppercase letters before validating. This makes the value in the config case insensitive.
Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Apr 8 15:48:30 2019 UTC (6 weeks ago) by adam
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py-acme,py-certbot*: updated to 0.33.1 0.33.1: Fixed A bug causing certbot-auto to print warnings or crash on some RHEL based systems has been resolved. Despite us having broken lockstep, we are continuing to release new versions of all Certbot components during releases for the time being, however, the only changes in this release were to certbot-auto. 0.33.0: Added Fedora 29+ is now supported by certbot-auto. Since Python 2.x is on a deprecation path in Fedora, certbot-auto will install and use Python 3.x on Fedora 29+. CLI flag --https-port has been added for Nginx plugin exclusively, and replaces --tls-sni-01-port. It defines the HTTPS port the Nginx plugin will use while setting up a new SSL vhost. By default the HTTPS port is 443. Changed Support for TLS-SNI-01 has been removed from all official Certbot plugins. Attributes related to the TLS-SNI-01 challenge in acme.challenges and acme.standalone modules are deprecated and will be removed soon. CLI flags --tls-sni-01-port and --tls-sni-01-address are now no-op, will generate a deprecation warning if used, and will be removed soon. Options tls-sni and tls-sni-01 in --preferred-challenges flag are now no-op, will generate a deprecation warning if used, and will be removed soon. CLI flag --standalone-supported-challenges has been removed. Fixed Certbot uses the Python library cryptography for OCSP when cryptography>=2.5 is installed. We fixed a bug in Certbot causing it to interpret timestamps in the OCSP response as being in the local timezone rather than UTC. Issue causing the default CentOS 6 TLS configuration to ignore some of the HTTPS VirtualHosts created by Certbot. mod_ssl loading is now moved to main http.conf for this environment where possible.
Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Mar 10 15:23:50 2019 UTC (2 months, 1 week ago) by adam
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2019Q1-base, pkgsrc-2019Q1
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py-certbot: updated to 0.32.0 Added If possible, Certbot uses built-in support for OCSP from recent cryptography versions instead of the OpenSSL binary: as a consequence Certbot does not need the OpenSSL binary to be installed anymore if cryptography>=2.5 is installed. Changed Certbot and its acme module now depend on josepy>=1.1.0 to avoid printing the warnings described at https://github.com/certbot/josepy/issues/13. Apache plugin now respects CERTBOT_DOCS environment variable when adding command line defaults. The running of manual plugin hooks is now always included in Certbot's log output. Tests execution for certbot, certbot-apache and certbot-nginx packages now relies on pytest. An ACME CA server may return a "Retry-After" HTTP header on authorization polling, as specified in the ACME protocol, to indicate when the next polling should occur. Certbot now reads this header if set and respect its value. The acme module avoids sending the keyAuthorization field in the JWS payload when responding to a challenge as the field is not included in the current ACME protocol. To ease the migration path for ACME CA servers, Certbot and its acme module will first try the request without the keyAuthorization field but will temporarily retry the request with the field included if a malformed error is received. This fallback will be removed in version 0.34.0.
Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Feb 12 12:56:31 2019 UTC (3 months ago) by adam
py-acme,py-certbot*: updated to 0.31.0 0.31.0: Added Avoid reprocessing challenges that are already validated when a certificate is issued. Support for initiating (but not solving end-to-end) TLS-ALPN-01 challenges with the acme module. Changed Certbot's official Docker images are now based on Alpine Linux 3.9 rather than 3.7. The new version comes with OpenSSL 1.1.1. Lexicon-based DNS plugins are now fully compatible with Lexicon 3.x (support on 2.x branch is maintained). Apache plugin now attempts to configure all VirtualHosts matching requested domain name instead of only a single one when answering the HTTP-01 challenge. Fixed Fixed accessing josepy contents through acme.jose when the full acme.jose path is used. Clarify behavior for deleting certs as part of revocation. Despite us having broken lockstep, we are continuing to release new versions of all Certbot components during releases for the time being, however, the only package with changes other than its version number was: acme certbot certbot-apache certbot-dns-cloudxns certbot-dns-dnsimple certbot-dns-dnsmadeeasy certbot-dns-gehirn certbot-dns-linode certbot-dns-luadns certbot-dns-nsone certbot-dns-ovh certbot-dns-sakuracloud More details about these changes can be found on our GitHub repo.
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