The changelog for this release is:
- A plugin for performing DNS challenges using dynamic DNS updates as defined
in RFC 2316. This plugin is packaged separately from Certbot and is available
at https://pypi.python.org/pypi/certbot-dns-rfc2136. It supports Python 2.6,
2.7, and 3.3+. At this time, there isn’t a good way to install this plugin
when using certbot-auto, but this should change in the near future.
- Plugins for performing DNS challenges for the providers
DNS Made Easy and
LuaDNS. These plugins are
packaged separately from Certbot and support Python 2.7 and 3.3+. Currently,
there isn’t a good way to install these plugins when using certbot-auto,
but that should change soon.
- Support for performing TLS-SNI-01 challenges when using the manual plugin.
- Automatic detection of Arch Linux in the Apache plugin providing better
default settings for the plugin.
- The text of the interactive question about whether a redirect from HTTP to
HTTPS should be added by Certbot has been rewritten to better explain the
choices to the user.
- Simplified HTTP challenge instructions in the manual plugin.
- Problems performing a dry run when using the Nginx plugin have been fixed.
- Resolved an issue where certbot-dns-digitalocean’s test suite would sometimes
fail when ran using Python 3.
- On some systems, previous versions of certbot-auto would error out with a
message about a missing hash for setuptools. This has been fixed.
- A bug where Certbot would sometimes not print a space at the end of an
interactive prompt has been resolved.
- Nonfatal tracebacks are no longer shown in rare cases where Certbot
encounters an exception trying to close its TCP connection with the ACME
More details about these changes can be found on our GitHub repo: