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New CPAN version sync release, including portable Win32/Win64 binaries.

Additional support for custom servers (including older specifications), support for alternative certificates (via "alternate" link mechanism, using -alternative command line option), some minor fixes and updates.

Please make sure you have read the documentation, especially the "Windows client" section, to ensure that you specify the path correctly if you are using HTTP verification. Also check the "Plugins" section if you are going to use the client in a multiuser environment.

Keep in mind that wildcard certificates require DNS verification. Run your client as usual, but for the wildcard issuance utilize the option "-handle-as dns".

The binaries are self-sufficient (portable) and do not require any installations. Win32 client (le32.zip) works on Windows XP and later versions. Win64 client (le64.zip) requires 64 bits version of Windows.

For those interested in developing custom plugins, see the instructions regarding installing the client with portable Perl.

Note: If you are publishing a link to the releases of the client, please always use https://github.com/do-know/Crypt-LE/releases instead of pointing to a specific release. That link will always point to the latest one, while old releases are periodically removed.

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New CPAN version sync release, including portable Win32/Win64 binaries.

This is a maintenance release to provide a compatibility with the "Post-as-Get" change recently introduced on the staging environment of Let's Encrypt. From December 4th 2019, if you used an earlier version of the client against the staging environment (without -live option), you would see a "Method not allowed" error. This release resolves the issue. Please note that the live environment is working fine even with the previous versions at the moment - the same "Post-as-Get" change will be only introduced there in late 2020.

Please consider removing --api 2 option from the command line if you used it before. Even though the client will still work with that option, not having it explicitly set should ensure a better future compatibility if and when APIv3 comes out.

Please make sure you have read the documentation, especially the "Windows client" section, to ensure that you specify the path correctly if you are using HTTP verification. Also check the "Plugins" section if you are going to use the client in a multiuser environment.

Keep in mind that wildcard certificates require DNS verification. Run your client as usual, but for the wildcard issuance utilize the option "-handle-as dns".

The binaries are self-sufficient (portable) and do not require any installations. Win32 client (le32.zip) works on Windows XP and later versions. Win64 client (le64.zip) requires 64 bits version of Windows.

For those interested in developing custom plugins, see the instructions regarding installing the client with portable Perl.

Note: If you are publishing a link to the releases of the client, please always use https://github.com/do-know/Crypt-LE/releases instead of pointing to a specific release. That link will always point to the latest one, while old releases are periodically removed.

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@do-know do-know released this Oct 31, 2019

New CPAN version sync release, including portable Win32/Win64 binaries.

APIv2 is now default, unless a custom server is used or the API version is specified explicitly.

Please consider removing --api 2 option from the command line if you used it before. Even though the client will still work with that option, not having it explicitly set should ensure a better future compatibility if and when APIv3 comes out.

Please make sure you have read the documentation, especially the "Windows client" section, to ensure that you specify the path correctly if you are using HTTP verification. Also check the "Plugins" section if you are going to use the client in a multiuser environment.

Keep in mind that wildcard certificates require DNS verification. Run your client as usual, but for the wildcard issuance utilize the option "-handle-as dns".

The binaries are self-sufficient (portable) and do not require any installations. Win32 client (le32.zip) works on Windows XP and later versions. Win64 client (le64.zip) requires 64 bits version of Windows.

For those interested in developing custom plugins, see the instructions regarding installing the client with portable Perl.

Note: If you are publishing a link to the releases of ZeroSSL client, please always use https://github.com/do-know/Crypt-LE/releases instead of pointing to a specific release. That link will always point to the latest one, while old releases are periodically removed.

For the Online SSL Wizard, other tools and documentation visit ZeroSSL.com

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@do-know do-know released this Mar 28, 2019

New CPAN version sync release, including portable Win32/Win64 binaries.

This is a maintenance release, which includes an update to the workflow of APIv2.

Please make sure you have read the documentation, especially the "Windows client" section, to ensure that you specify the path correctly if you are using HTTP verification. Also check the "Plugins" section if you are going to use the client in a multiuser environment.

Keep in mind that wildcard certificates require DNS verification. Run your client as usual, but for wildcard issuance utilize the options "-handle-as dns" and "-api 2".

The binaries are self-sufficient (portable) and do not require any installations. Win32 client (le32.zip) works on Windows XP and later versions. Win64 client (le64.zip) requires 64 bits version of Windows.

For those interested in developing custom plugins, see the instructions regarding installing the client with portable Perl.

Note: If you are publishing a link to the releases of ZeroSSL client, please always use https://github.com/do-know/Crypt-LE/releases instead of pointing to a specific release. That link will always point to the latest one, while old releases are periodically removed.

For the Online SSL Wizard, other tools and documentation visit ZeroSSL.com

Assets 6