Action required: Let's Encrypt certificate renewals

#1

Good evening,

I’ve received the email to renew my Let’s Encrypt certificate.
I’m cerbot user and I’ve followed relative instructions with success output. But a few hours ago, I reveived the email with object “Action required: Let’s Encrypt certificate renewals”.

Why have I received again this email if in this guide the autor wrote:

If the dry run succeeds, and your Certbot version is 0.28 or higher, you’re good to go! No further action should be required to deal with the end of TLS-SNI-01 support.

?

My cerbot version is 0.28, and commands at points 1 and 2 succeeds.
Could anyone give me clarifications?

Thanks in advance.

#2

Hi @Bistaff95

Letsencrypt doesn’t know what client you are using. And the version you are using is unknown.

The mail is sent if you have used tls-sni-01 - validation in the last ~~ days.

Check your installed certificates. To find the date they should be renewed (normally, 30 days before expiration).

Later, check, if the renew has worked.

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#3

What OS are you using?

How was Certbot installed and upgraded?

Are you sure all its components are up-to-date?

#4

I’ve followed this guide and all operations succeded.

I’ve upgraded Certbot to 0.28, like the guide suggested.

How can I check if all its components are up-to-date?
How can I check which type of validation I’m using?

Thanks in advance.

#5

If you have checked your renew with --dry-run and it worked, then wait and check, if your next renew works.

Or share your domain name so we can check your certificate.

#6

That depends on how you installed it. If you used an OS package manager, it should have a command to list if any packages need to be upgraded.

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