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Let's Encrypt

Version
2.0.3-31
Revision
2d1ae34
Build
2017-04-12 19:31:49
Author
Plesk
Homepage
https://github.com/plesk/letsencrypt-plesk
Plesk Version
12.5 and up
Category
Security
Average Rating
(4.9)
Votes
35

Description

Let's Encrypt is a certificate authority (CA) that allows you to create a free SSL certificate for your domains. Let's Encrypt extension for Plesk gives all Plesk users the power to get a free Let's Encrypt certificate with just a couple of clicks. Features: * Works out of the box, no setup or CLI commands required * Signing of SSL certificates for domains and subdomains * Automatic renewal of all certificates * Additional domains are now supported * Can create a cert for the Plesk panel itself

Changes

# 2.0.3 (13 April 2017) * [*] The extension now logs its communication with the Let's Encrypt servers in the "panel.log". This enables better troubleshooting when there are some issues with requesting a certificate. # 2.0.2 (06 April 2017) * [*] Before requesting a certificate for multiple domain names, the extension verifies the ownership of each domain name included in the request. If a domain name passes the verification but its "www" counterpart fails it, the latter is excluded from the certificate signing request. After verification is finished, a warning message listing the excluded domain names is displayed. * [*] For each secured domain, the extension creates a symbolic link to the certificate. When the extension renews the certificate, it updates the link, so that the link always points to the latest certificate. * [-] On Windows 2012 and Windows 2016 servers, renewed certificates were not added to IIS. # 2.0.1 (28 March 2017) * [-] Let's Encrypt certificates could not be issued if no list of trusted root CAs could be found on the server. (EXTLETSENC-82) # 2.0.0 (27 March 2017) * [+] Domain aliases support added * [+] IDN domains support * [*] Granular and reliable renew process: the extension now performs a daily check for certificates which are about to expire and renews them not earlier than 30 days before their expiration * [*] Replaced Python-based certbot with PHP-based client * [-] Fixed installation issues with python dependencies when 3rd-parties upgrade breaks compatibility * [-] Fixed python-related issues (virtualenv and so on) on Windows # 1.9 (8 October 2016) * [+] Ubuntu 16 support added * [-] Fixed dist-upgrade issue on debian/ubuntu OSes # 1.8 (15 September 2016) * [*] Upgrade on Windows recreates virtualenv * [-] Fixed issues after upgrade Plesk to Onyx # 1.7 (26 August 2016) * [-] ConnectionError on Windows 2012 (issue #103) * [*] Update certificate with new API in Onyx * [*] Use certbot packages instead of letsencrypt * [+] Update subscriber agreement * [+] Hide disabled webspaces from the domains list # 1.6 (6 June 2016) * [*] Switch from system python to plesk-py27 on all unix OSes (issues #59, #68, #70) # 1.5 (4 March 2016) * [+] Windows support (2012 and above, Plesk 12.5 MU#24 is required) * [+] Translation added (ar, cs-CZ, da-DK, de-DE, el-GR, es-ES, fi-FI, fr-FR, he-IL, hu-HU, id-ID, it-IT, ja-JP, ko-KR, ms-MY, nb-NO, nl-NL, pl-PL, pt-BR, pt-PT, ro-RO, ru-RU, sv-SE, th-TH, tl-PH, tr-TR, uk-UA, vi-VN, zh-CN, zh-TW) * [-] Always put .htaccess in the challenges folder (issues #63 and #82) # 1.4 (19 February 2016) * [-] Fixed certificates renew task broken in 1.3 (issue #77) # 1.3 (15 February 2016) * [+] Debian 6 is now supported * [+] Extension now ignores unsupported domains: * Inactive (disabled/suspended) domains * Wildcard subdomains * Domains without web hosting * IDN domains * [+] Users can now secure Plesk with www. prefix in hostname (issue #11) * [+] Store CLI options for certificate renewal (issue #46) * [+] Disable rewrite rules and satisfy authentication (with `.htaccess` file) in challenges directory (issues #13 and #16) * [-] No more conflicts with alt-python-virtualenv on CloudLinux * [-] Fixed PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach * [-] ExpatError in case Plesk port 8443 is customized (issue #30). Thanks to @MatrixCrawler * [-] Disable HTTPS warnings: localhost is always trusted # 1.2 (23 December 2015) * [+] Ability to use the certificate for Plesk (issue #11) * [+] CLI to use the certificate for Plesk: `--letsencrypt-plesk:plesk-secure-panel` (issue #11) * [+] Add note about monthly certificate renewal * [-] Fixed duplicate renew tasks if the original was changed # 1.1 (14 December 2015) * [+] Ability to include www.domain.tld as an alternative domain name (issue #4) * [-] Save the previously used e-mail address (issue #17) # 1.0 (4 December 2015) * [*] Install binary dependencies from wheels (gcc is not required) * [+] List of hosted domains and subdomains * [+] Button under each domain on Websites&Domains * [+] Submit e-mail and automatically install the certificate on the domain * [+] Monthly task renews certificates issued by Let's Encrypt (according to the name of the certificate) * [*] Retrieve info about hosted domains through Plesk API * [+] Install certificates in Plesk * [+] Treat www.domain.tld as an alias of domain.tld

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