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Dear froxlor community, we are excited to announce the release of froxlor 2.0! This release includes several improvements and new features, which we have summarized below for you: Redesigned UI: The appearance of the user interface has been completely modernized. The redesigned froxlor is now even more user-friendly, efficient and customizable. We've added a global search for general data as well as for searching functions and configuration options. Custom column selection for listings has been added. And of course, it's all 100% responsive. Revamped installation routine: The froxlor installation has been improved in many ways it is now easier, faster than ever and looks better. Now you can activate SSL and PHP-FPM from within the installation process and start using froxlor in minutes. Improved security features: With expanded and enhanced security features like modern password hashing-algorithms we have made froxlor a better place for your data. On top of that, the code has been completely reviewed and restructured to make security fixes easier, CSFR-tokens on forms have been implemented to make Cross Site transactions more secure, and much more. CLI tool: With the new froxlor CLI tool, you can now use froxlor via the command line – great for automation! For example, complete the installation process, check and run updates, (re)configure services and more. Changes in 2.0: New features: [API] new MysqlServer Command to allow multiple MySQL servers to be used by customers [API] optional requests via api.php?/module/function/ [UI] Global-search [UI] Customize visibility of table-columns [CLI] new bin/froxlor-cli tool (installer, updater, helper scripts and cron) [Distros] added Debian Bookworm (12)* and Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy Jellyfish) Breaking changes: PHP-7.4+ and php-gmp extension are now required [API] auth via HTTP-Auth, old format with apikey/secret in the request is no longer possible [UI] auto-update must be enabled explicitly in lib/config.inc.php [Config] proftpd needs to be re-configured (or simply add `OpenSSL` to `SQLAuthTypes` in `/etc/proftpd/sql.conf`) [Config] dovecot needs to be re-configured (or simply comment out `default_pass_scheme ...` in `/etc/dovecot/dovecot-sql.conf.ext`) [Distros] removed Debian Stretch / Ubuntu Xenial and CentOS [APT package] default installation path is now /var/www/html/froxlor. If you are updating, your froxlor installation will be moved there from /var/www/froxlor! Changes in minor releases: 2.0.10 security release enforce password requirements set in settings for directory-protection [CWE-521: Weak Password Requirements] add missing use statement for error-reporting to include the dbms version [CWE-391: Unchecked Error Condition] validate existence of language in admin-templates [CWE-840: Business Logic Errors] verify cronjob interval is one of the fixed available values [CWE-96: Static Code Injection] fix possible privilege escalation from customer to root when specifying custom error documents in directory-options [CWE-94: Code Injection] See also our Migration Guide for more information. We hope you enjoy froxlor 2.0 and look forward to your feedback. Download: 2.0 | website Documentation at https://docs.froxlor.org/. Visit https://www.froxlor.org and join our Discord channel (https://discord.froxlor.org) for support, help, participation or just to chat Thank you, the froxlor team * Debian 12 is not yet released and should be considered unstable. Froxlor will fully support Debian Bookworm after its release.