In addition to using SSH Keys to log into your servers, now you can also use traditional passwords in a secure way. We’ve also redesigned the operation log and released lots of minor UX/UI improvements.
Please find the list of changes below.
- Much improved operation log
- The list of operations includes the avatar of the user that triggered each of them
- Changing the server user that runs a site is now another action under the drop-down menu of the site (instead of a “special” action outside such menu)
- A few minor bug fixes and several usability improvements
- Server users can have a password. Either create the user with a password, or enable it afterwards, change it, or disable it
- Support of fail2ban
- Bug fix: Use appropriate OpenResty package repository in all supported Ubuntu releases
- Bug fix: Let’s Encrypt now uses HTTP/2 (HTTP headers are lower-case) and a 3rd-party script (
dehydrated) assumed capitalized headers. We’ve patched such script.