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Important Security Advisor Extension

Discussion in 'Plesk Extensions' started by Ruslan Kosolapov, Sep 27, 2017.

  1. Ruslan Kosolapov

    Ruslan Kosolapov Basic Pleskian Staff Member

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    Hello.

    We've just released the next version of the Security Advisor Extension (Security Advisor - Plesk Extensions), the changelog:

    1.5.0 (28 September 2017)

    • [+] The list of domains in the Security Advisor can now be filtered.
    • [+] The subscription screen now has a Security Advisor button, which opens Security Advisor with a filtered list of domains for the corresponding subscription.
    • [+] The Home screen now has a Security Advisor button, which opens Security Advisor with a list of all available domains.
    • The DataGrid extension was renamed to Opsani, because the product name has changed.
    • The ReadyKernel extension will not be suggested to install, because Virtuozzo has announced that it stops supporting ReadyKernel for RedHat Enterprise Linux, CentOS and Ubuntu.

    See also: Change Log for Plesk
     
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    Timkraaijvanger New Pleskian

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    Hi, I want to add Alternative Names for the websites, because now only the domain without www has SSL.

    How do I give alternative names to the sites in Security Advisor?
     
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    Timkraaijvanger New Pleskian

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  4. Ruslan Kosolapov

    Ruslan Kosolapov Basic Pleskian Staff Member

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    @Timkraaijvanger ,

    you can use Let's Encrypt for this. Left Menu > Subscriptions > <subscription> > Let's Encrypt button.
     
  5. Ruslan Kosolapov

    Ruslan Kosolapov Basic Pleskian Staff Member

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    Hello.


    We’ve just released Security Advisor 1.6.


    Full changelog (see also Change Log for Plesk ):

    1.6.0 (29 November 2017)

    • [+] Security Advisor is now available for Windows.
    • [+] Each domain on the "Domains" tab now has a Secure button, allowing users to install a free or paid Symantec SSL/TLS certificate on the domain. This can be turned off with the following setting in panel.ini:
    [ext-security-advisor]
    promoteSymantec = false
    • [+] Customers and resellers can now use the following tabs in Security Advisor:
      • Domains tab, showing domains not secured with an SSL certificate.
      • Wordpress tab, showing instances without HTTPS enabled.
    • Each domain name in the list of domains now has a link to the domain details page.
    • On the "WordPress" tab, each instance in the list now has a link to instance details page.
    • The "Domains" tab now also shows IDN domains.
    • [-] Detached WordPress instances were indeed present on the "WordPress" tab. (EXTPLESK-350)
    • [-] "Valid from" and "Valid to" dates of Certificate Authority were shown instead of dates of the SSL/TLS certificate. (EXTPLESK-315)
    • [-] When customers issued Let's Encrypt certificates from Security Advisor, administrator's email was passed to Let's Encrypt, which resulted in customers unable to receive notifications about expired or compromised domain SSL/TLS certificates. Now customers' emails are passed. (EXTPLESK-345)
    • [-] URL for WordPress instance installed on an IDN domain was shown encoded in Punycode, making it harder for user to match domain and WordPress instance. (EXTPLESK-334)
     
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