Double post but could be more urgent to…?
Sorry to ask or reply.
That V1 remark / announcement was known by 11-03-2019 and still not updated in virtualmin?
The original protocol used by Let’s Encrypt for certificate issuance and management is called ACMEv1. In March of 2018 we introduced support for ACMEv2, a newer version of the protocol that matches what was finalized today as RFC 8555. We have been encouraging subscribers to move to the ACMEv2 protocol.
Today we are announcing an end of life plan for ACMEv1.
In November of 2019 we will stop allowing new account registrations through our ACMEv1 API endpoint. Existing accounts will continue to function normally.
In June of 2020 we will stop allowing new domains to validate via ACMEv1.
We will be permanently disabling new ACME v1 registrations in the staging environment on October 1st .
And this one in august 2019. https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/important-notice-to-acme-client-deve…
Clients not compatible with ACME v2 will progressively disappear from https://letsencrypt.org/docs/client-options/ (They will be greyed out first, and then removed).
The objective is to points users only to ACME v2 clients as the ACME v1 API is deprecated and will be removed
Submitted by seablaze on Fri, 10/11/2019 - 20:43 Comment #5
Due to the brownout today during the end of life plan, I am seeing this issue as well. Please address.
Submitted by Jfro on Fri, 10/11/2019 - 21:00 Comment #6
YUP i don’t understand why to wait longer with this part?