Certbot 0.34.0 was just released. The changelog for the release is:
0.34.0 - 2019-05-01
- 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
acmeto retry a challenge response
keyAuthorizationif sending the response without this field caused a
malformederror 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
Certbot-auto deployment best practices,
however, these warnings can be disabled as necessary with the flag
acmemodule 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
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.