Certbot 0.33.0 has just been released. The changelog for the release is:
0.33.0 - 2019-04-03
- 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-porthas 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.
- Support for TLS-SNI-01 has been removed from all official Certbot plugins.
- Attributes related to the TLS-SNI-01 challenge in
modules are deprecated and will be removed soon.
- CLI flags
--tls-sni-01-addressare now no-op, will
generate a deprecation warning if used, and will be removed soon.
--preferred-challengesflag are now no-op,
will generate a deprecation warning if used, and will be removed soon.
- CLI flag
--standalone-supported-challengeshas been removed.
- 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.
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:
More details about these changes can be found on our GitHub repo.