I would be nice that the latetst version of mozilla will be supported in the SSL it! extension. It would be even better that we can select for previous configuration (version 4) or recommended configuration (version 5)5 votes
Hi. It’s about the feature “TLS versions and ciphers by Mozilla.” We have this in our plans.
To support version 5, we have to change the code heavily – the format of the config was changed; some services don’t support the modern TLS; also, as you mentioned, it would be quite useful to provide the ability to select the config version. That’s why there is no ETA.
Current version ov WP-CLI with the command plesk ext wp-toolkit --wp-cli is 1.4
the latest release is 2.4.1. please update that 3+ years old version!
This is something we’ve been planning for a long time, so you can definitely expect that in one of the upcoming major WPT releases.
Currently all mailbox passwords(MailEnable) are stored in AUTH.TAB in plain text that is not secure.
MailEnable has an option to enable password encryption in AUTH.TAB3 votes
Thank you for report. We are going to implement this feature in Plesk Obsidian soon.
Please pay attation for the next releases:
Maybe you can use:
roundcube/managesieve (default plugin)3 votes
Yes, we know about that and we are going to switch to roundcube/managesieve (internal issue PPP-29286)
At the moment the list is unsorted, with an larger number of Plesk servers is totally confusing. Just sort it in alphabetical order.3 votes
This feature was evaluated and we are planning to implement it. Stay tuned for Plesk previews – one of them might give you early access to this feature for evaluation.
The current version delivered with the extensions are quite old. Ruby 2.4.4 is nearly a year old (28.3.2018) !
Please provide the current stable versions, see https://www.ruby-lang.org/de/downloads/ :
- 2.4.52 votes
Thank you for your input. Support of Ruby 2.6.x is planned for Plesk Onyx 17.9 in one of future updates.
We use Let's Encrypt for almost all our clients on our shared server. 1 of our clients emailed us stating that his SSL was expiring soon so I hoped on the server to check and I couldn't find any info regarding issue or expiration date. I had to visit the websites frontend and check the SSL info that way. I think it would be very helpful to have that information displayed somewhere within Plesk Panel.2 votes
1. you can use Security Advisor Extension, Domains tab.
2. such a feature already in our plans, but no ETA for now.
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