We are happy to announce the release of the InterWorx Hosting Control Panel version 4.11.0!
In addition to many minor improvements, InterWorx version 4.11.0 includes several significant feature additions, including the latest version of phpMyAdmin, DKIM authenticated email support, a Dutch translation package and domain redirects.
All InterWorx servers that have auto-updates enabled will have this update applied over the next 24 hours. We encourage all users to update their servers to the latest version to implement these features and bug fixes.
See below for a full list of features, improvements and bug fixes in this release (also available on the changelog: http://www.interworx.com/developers/changelog/)
- SiteWorx account add form now has the option to create a new package based on the package options you select on that form.
- Reseller account add form now has the option to create a new package based on the package options you select on that form.
- Shell-user page now allows for a list of blacklisted unix user names, that cannot be created for SiteWorx accounts.
- Pointer domains can now either alias an existing domain (old behavior) or redirect an any other domain (new behavior).
- DKIM authenticated email support.
- New Problem Detector for low-bit SSL certs.
- New version of phpMyAdmin for el5 and el6.
- Client-provided Dutch translation now available.
- Firewall rules now include more robust validation.
- Whitelisting server IPs directly in firewall configuration is no longer allowed, as this disables the firewall.
- The external IP field is now filled in by default when InterWorx detects a new IP configured manually.
- Installing an SSL cert won't start the FTP server if it is already turned off.
- Autoresponder message length extended.
- DKIM/Domainkeys key generator generates more secure 1024 keys.
- Added "--no-disabled" option to backup.pex, which can be used with the --domains=all option to only backup ACTIVE SiteWorx accounts.
- Adding an IP on a cluster no longer unnecessarily starts services that were previously turned off.
- Improved the look of the "Recent Visitors" page in clustered environments.
- Notices are now less obstructive and more manageable.
- EventHooks plugin does not provide "working domain" for SiteWorx actions.
- Deleting a domain with lots of mail-pointers is much faster.
- Upgraded included Zend Framework (security).
- Password generator now includes simple numerals for increased randomness and security.
- Edit profile link in Common Tasks no longer redirects to the User list page.
- Free-form text area fields now include client-side length reporting and validation.
- Improved default high-load notification levels based on CPU count.
- Added headers to prevent autoreponders from responding to NodeWorx health alerts, backup emails or all automated emails.
- Help pages now open in another window by default.
- Spam Filter now features Maximum Size Controls.
- Roundcube webmail junk folder is now "Spam" rather than "Junk".
- CVE-2003-1418 httpd no longer leaks inode information in its etag.
- CVE-2003-1418 httpd-iworx no longer leaks inode information in its etag.
- HTTP Trace and Track disabled.
- Interworx Set-Cookie header now includes the 'secure' attribute.
- Updating the Apache server ports now updates the 'Listen' directive.
- Parallel SiteWorx account creation no longer results in a "broken" state for one of them.
- Account deletion now deletes the user's entries from jail-shell /etc/passwd.
- When viewing the webserver configuration file, a 504 error no longer appears when scrolling and hitting cancel.
- Setting a pointer domain to the hostname of the server no longer breaks everything.
- Now able To delete Pointer Domain DNS Records from SiteWorx.
- Certain unix usernames no longer break AWStats viewing in SiteWorx.
- Terminating FTP sessions after an automatic session refresh no longer throws an error.
- Multi-domain SSL certificate validation with odd case representation can no longer cause interface confusion.
- SiteWorx MX record delete shows MX records for all domains.
- Advanced SpamAssassin now features previously-missing options.
- SpfDomain validator now allows underscores in the name.
- Adding a new IP address by manually specifying a config in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts will propagate to nodes.
- Editing load balancer policies for nodes with non-ip hostnames works.
- Cluster Load Balancing Graphs no longer have node tabs.
- Removed the "cascade to nodes?" query in the service controls for Load Balancer.
- Command queue no longer dies if a SiteWorx account not equipped for email has a pointer domain added.
- cPanel importer now imports e-mail box's inbox, as well as other IMAP folders.
- Direct-admin importer will no longer fail if the backup has uniqname over 8 characters.
- CloudFlare Plugin now enables subdomains correctly.
- Auto-enable shell account plugin now takes default shell into account.
- SOA Serial number now updates properly.
- csstest.html now loads images regardless of InterWorx theme is selected during download.
- Fixed an error that would appear if just hitting enter after launching the interactive CLI.
- Editing vacation message in Horde/IMP for users with 0/ directory hash works.
- Fixed an error with some domain logs not being properly saved.
- Tar during backup succeeds if a files changes during tarring.
- Removing iworx_support user no longer deletes firewall rules other than its own.
- iworxdb-backup.pex no longer throws php memory limit error.
- iworxdb-transfer.pex script updated to migrate databases on EL6.
- A change to the Softaculous install method no longer causes the automatic install trigger to fail.
- Fixed error logs not being rotated and pruned.
- Service start-on-boot check no longer gives a false positiive if the init script for the service was renamed or removed.
- Suppressed bind-ip-alias non-fatal error mesages.
- Apache logrotate script no longer unnecessarily starts Apache.
- Fixed a "not logged in" error when a browser is logged into both NodeWorx and SiteWorx simultaneously.
Feel free to discuss this release or ask questions here, but for the serious issues, open a ticket at the support desk.
UPDATE: Any server that was updated between 9am and 2pm EST today (12/10) might have an issue with email and need build 457 applied. Update will be applied automatically in the next 24 hours for those with automatic updates enabled. To do it manually, however, run:
yum clean all
yum update interworx