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*) mod_md: Adding the several new features.

The module offers an implementation of OCSP Stapling that can replace fully or

for a limited set of domains the existing one from mod_ssl. OCSP handling

is part of mod_md's monitoring and message notifications. If can be used

for sites that do not have ACME certificates.

The url for a CTLog Monitor can be configured. It is used in the server-status

to link to the external status page of a certicate.

The MDMessageCmd is called with argument "installed" when a new certificate

has been activated on server restart/reload. This allows for processing of

the new certificate, for example to applications that require it in different

locations or formats.

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*) mod_md: bringing over v2.0.6 from github.

- supports the ACMEv2 protocol

- supports the new challenge method 'tls-alpn-01'

- supports command configuration to setup/teardown 'dns-01' challenges

- supports wildcard certificates when dns challenges are configured

- ACMEv2 is the new default and will be used on the next certificate renewal,

unless another MDCertificateAuthority is configured

- challenge type 'tls-sni-01' has been removed as CAs do not offer this any longer

- a domain exposes its status at https://<domain>/.httpd/certificate-status

- Managed Domains are now in Apache's 'server-status' page

- A new handler 'md-status' exposes verbose status information in JSON format

- new directives "MDCertificateFile" and "MDCertificateKeyFile" to configure a

Managed Domain that uses static files. Auto-renewal is turned off for those.

- new MDMessageCmd that is invoked on several events: 'renewed', 'expiring' and

'errored'. New 'MDWarnWindow' directive to configure when expiration warnings

shall be issued.

- ACMEv2 endpoints use the GET via empty POST way of accessing resources, see

announcement by Let's Encrypt:

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On the trunk:

mod_md: removing comments that documented that greenbytes has untransferable copyright to the sources. The rights, of course, remain unaffected, but maybe some people can sleep better.

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On the trunk:

mod_md v1.1.8: new configuration directive "MDBaseServer on|off" to allow/inhibit

management of the base server domains outside VirtualHosts. By default, this is "off",

e.g. mod_md will not manage certificates or perform https: redirections on the

base server.

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On the trunk:

mod_md: name change in configuration directives. The Apache team decided that the current

names would confuse you, the users, and asked for a change. The old names are still working

in this version, so you can safely upgrade.

They will give warnings in the log and will disappear in the immediate future.

* ManagedDomain is now MDomain

* <ManagedDomain> is now <MDomainSet>

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On the trunk:

mod_md: v1.0.0, new config directive 'MDNotifyCmd' to hook in a program when Managed

Domains have obtained/renewed their certificates successfully.

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On the trunk:

mod_md: v0.9.9, fix for applying challenge type based on available ports.

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On the trunk:

mod_md: v0.9.6: a "MDRequireHttps permament" configured domain automatically sends out HSTS (rfc 6797) headers in https: responses.

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On the trunk:

mod_md: v0.9.5:

- New directive (srly: what do you expect at this point?) "MDMustStaple on|off" to control if

new certificates are requested with the OCSP Must Staple extension.

- Known limitation: when the server is configured to ditch and restart child processes, for example

after a certain number of connections/requests, the mod_md watchdog instance might migrate

to a new child process. Since not all its state is persisted, some messsages might appear a

second time in the logs.

- Adding checks when 'MDRequireHttps' is used. It is considered an error when 'MDPortMap 443:-'

is used - which negates that a https: port exists. Also, a warning is logged if no

VirtualHost can be found for a Managed Domain that has port 443 (or the mapped one) in

its address list.

- New directive 'MDRequireHttps' for redirecting http: traffic to a Managed Domain, permanently

or temporarily.

- Fix for using a fallback certificate on initial signup of a Managed Domain. Requires also

a changed mod_ssl patch (v5) to take effect.

- compatibility with libressl

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On the trunk:

mod_md: v0.9.2: new directive 'MDHttpProxy' to define a proxy for outgoing connection,

some minor bugfixes, twiddle the build system to avoid non-pic code generation.

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On the trunk:

mod_md: v0.8.1 from github, new feats in CHANGES

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On the trunk:

mod_md v0.7.0:

- LIVE: the real Let's Encrypt CA is now live by default! If you need to experiment, configure


- When existing, complete certificates are renewed, the activation of the new ones is

delayed by 24 hours (or until the existing ones expire, whatever is earler) to accomodate

for clients with weird clocks, refs #1.

- Fixed store sync when MDCAChallenges was removed again from an MD.

- Fixed crash when MD matched the base server, fixes #23

- Fixed watchgod resetting staging when server processes disappeared (e.g. reached

max requests or other limits).

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On the trunk:

mod_md: some internal refactoring of config/sectio handling

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