* Fri Jan 03 2020 Marketa Calabkova <email@example.com>
- update to version 1.0.0 (boo#1160066)
* certbot-auto has deprecated support for systems using OpenSSL 1.0.1
that are not running on x86-64.
* Certbot's config_changes subcommand has been removed
* certbot.plugins.common.TLSSNI01 has been removed.
* The functions certbot.client.view_config_changes,
certbot.util.get_systemd_os_info have been removed
* Certbot's register --update-registration subcommand has been removed
* When possible, default to automatically configuring the webserver so all requests
redirect to secure HTTPS access. This is mostly relevant when running Certbot
in non-interactive mode. Previously, the default was to not redirect all requests.
* Thu Nov 14 2019 Marketa Calabkova <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- update to version 0.40.1
* --server may now be combined with --dry-run.
* --dry-run now requests fresh authorizations every time, fixing
the issue where it was prone to falsely reporting success.
* The OS detection logic again uses distro library for Linux OSes
* certbot.plugins.common.TLSSNI01 has been deprecated and will be
removed in a future release.
* CLI flags --tls-sni-01-port and --tls-sni-01-address have been removed.
* The values tls-sni and tls-sni-01 for the --preferred-challenges
flag are no longer accepted.
* Removed the flags: --agree-dev-preview, --dialog, and --apache-init-script
* Thu Oct 17 2019 Richard Brown <email@example.com>
- Remove obsolete Groups tag (fate#326485)
* Wed Oct 02 2019 Marketa Calabkova <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- update to version 0.39.0
* Support for Python 3.8 was added to Certbot and all of its components.
* Don't send OCSP requests for expired certificates
* Wed Sep 11 2019 Marketa Calabkova <email@example.com>
- update to version 0.38.0
* If Certbot fails to rollback your server configuration, the
error message links to the Let's Encrypt forum.
* Replace platform.linux_distribution with distro.linux_distribution
as a step towards Python 3.8 support in Certbot.
* Mon Aug 26 2019 Marketa Calabkova <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- update to version 0.37.2
* nginx and apache fixes
* Thu Mar 14 2019 Tomá? Chvátal <email@example.com>
- Provide certbot namespace on py2 too to avoid migration conflict
* Tue Jan 29 2019 Tomá? Chvátal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Update to 0.30.2:
* Update the version of setuptools pinned in certbot-auto to 40.6.3 to
solve installation problems on newer OSes.
* Always download the pinned version of pip in pipstrap to address breakages
* Rename old,default.conf to old-and-default.conf to address commas in filenames
breaking recent versions of pip.
* Add VIRTUALENV_NO_DOWNLOAD=1 to all calls to virtualenv to address breakages
from venv downloading the latest pip
* Added the `update_account` subcommand for account management commands.
* Sat Dec 15 2018 Thomas Bechtold <email@example.com>
- update to 0.29.1:
* The default work and log directories have been changed back
to /var/lib/letsencrypt and /var/log/letsencrypt respectively.
* Noninteractive renewals with `certbot renew` (those not started
from a terminal) now randomly sleep 1-480 seconds before beginning
work in order to spread out load spikes on the server side.
* Added External Account Binding support in cli and acme library.
Command line arguments --eab-kid and --eab-hmac-key added.
* Private key permissioning changes: Renewal preserves existing group mode
& gid of previous private key material. Private keys for new
lineages (i.e. new certs, not renewed) default to 0o600.
* Update code and dependencies to clean up Resource and Deprecation Warnings.
* Only depend on imgconverter extension for Sphinx >= 1.6
- update URL
* Fri Nov 30 2018 Jason Craig <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Add Requires: python-mock, it won't run without it
* Fri Nov 16 2018 Marketa Calabkova <email@example.com>
- update to version 0.28.0
* revoke accepts --cert-name, and doesn't accept both --cert-name
* Tue Oct 09 2018 Tomá? Chvátal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Do not conflict with Certbot as now we provide/obsolete it
* Wed Oct 03 2018 Tomá? Chvátal <email@example.com>
- Provide and obsolete certbot main package too to ensure we can
migrate to the new split setup directly
* Tue Sep 18 2018 Tomá? Chvátal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Conflict with certbot package to allow easy migration
* Fri Sep 14 2018 Marketa Calabkova <email@example.com>
- update to version 0.27.1
* the documentation can be built using Sphinx 1.6+
* Tue Aug 28 2018 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Initial package, split from certbot blob
* Wed Jul 24 2019 Robert Frohl <email@example.com>
- Updated Provides and Obsoletes on certbot to include the python2-certbot package
* Wed Jul 17 2019 Marketa Calabkova <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- update to version 0.36.0 (bsc#1141928)
* Update the 'manage your account' help to be more generic.
* Certbot's config_changes subcommand has been deprecated and
will be removed in a future release.
* certbot config_changes no longer accepts a --num parameter.
* The functions certbot.plugins.common.Installer.view_config_changes
and certbot.reverter.Reverter.view_config_changes have been
deprecated and will be removed in a future release.
* Tue Jun 18 2019 Marketa Calabkova <email@example.com>
- update to 0.35.1
* Renewal parameter webroot_path is always saved.
* Scripts in Certbot hook directories are no longer executed when
their filenames end in a tilde.
* Sat May 18 2019 Dirk Mueller <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- update to 0.34.2:
* 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
* 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
* 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
however, these warnings can be disabled as necessary with the flag
* `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
* Fri May 03 2019 Marketa Calabkova <email@example.com>
- Add migration script from old certbot to the new one (boo#1119619).
* Mon Mar 18 2019 Marketa Calabkova <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- update to version 0.32.0
* 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.
* Certbot and its acme module now depend on josepy>=1.1.0.
* 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 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
* Fri Feb 08 2019 Marketa Calabkova <email@example.com>
- update to version 0.31.0
* Avoid reprocessing challenges that are already validated when
a certificate is issued.
* Certbot's official Docker images are now based on Alpine Linux 3.9
rather than 3.7.
* Clarify behavior for deleting certs as part of revocation.