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[2018-04-27 22:00:00 UTC] api5 scheduled downtime

2018-04-23

The hosting provider for api5.yubico.com will be performing scheduled maintenance this Friday April 27th. As a result, this endpoint will be down starting at 2018-04-27 22:00:00 UTC. A two hour window is allocated, though the actual downtime should be much less.

To avoid interruptions please make sure to have your YubiCloud client configured to use all five endpoints, i.e.:

https://api.yubico.com
https://api2.yubico.com
https://api3.yubico.com
https://api4.yubico.com
https://api5.yubico.com

For more information please view:
https://status.linode.com/incidents/8dbtk37dwm67

api3, api5 TLS certificates renewed

2018-01-10

As mentioned earlier in this post, today 2018-01-10, we renewed the TLS certificates for api3.yubico.com and api5.yubico.com.

If you have hard coded (i.e. pinned) the CA or certificate fingerprint (not recommended), you will need to update your configuration.

api2, api4 TLS certificates renewed

2018-01-05

As mentioned earlier in this post, today 2018-01-05, we renewed the TLS certificates for api2.yubico.com and api4.yubico.com.

If you have hard coded (i.e. pinned) the CA or certificate fingerprint (not recommended), you will need to update your configuration.

[2018-01-10] api3, api5 TLS certificate renewal

2018-01-03

On Wednesday 10th January 2018, we will renew the TLS certificates for api3.yubico.com and api5.yubico.com.

No service interruption is expected. If you have hard coded the CA or certificate fingerprint (not recommended), you will need to update your hard coded information.

We will write a new post once the renewal has taken place.

[2018-01-05] api2, api4 TLS certificate renewal

2018-01-03

On Friday 5th January 2018, we will renew the TLS certificates for api2.yubico.com and api4.yubico.com.

No service interruption is expected. If you have hard coded the CA or certificate fingerprint (not recommended), you will need to update your hard coded information.

We will write a new post once the renewal has taken place.

TLS changes for upload.yubico.com

2017-07-17

https://upload.yubico.com is now using Let’s Encrypt TLS certificates.

Changes to the web server’s TLS configuration has been made as well, in particular, only supporting the TLSv1.2 protocol and dropping support for 3DES ciphers.

All modern web clients should continue to work as normal.

TLS changes for upgrade.yubico.com

2017-07-17

https://upgrade.yubico.com is now using Let’s Encrypt TLS certificates.

Changes to the web server’s TLS configuration has been made as well, in particular, only supporting the TLSv1.2 protocol and dropping support for 3DES ciphers.

All modern web clients should continue to work as normal.