We've released ChefDK 0.3.2. This release fixes a handful of issues with
the SSL configuration in ChefDK. Most importantly, we've rolled back the
version of the CA Certificate bundle included in ChefDK. A recent
update to the certificate bundle removed the root certificate used by
AWS, which meant that connections to EC2 APIs and S3 storage would fail
certificate validation. More information about this issue can be found
in these bug reports:
Also in this Release
- Fixed a packaging bug that made the CA certificate bundle only
readable by root on Unix systems.
- Re-enabled OpenSSL packaging fixes on Windows that were accidentally
disabled in 0.3.0.
- Add a generator for Policyfiles.
What Happened to 0.3.1?
While investigating the CA certificate issue, we initially believed it
to be caused by OpenSSL packaging issues on Windows, which we fixed in
the 0.3.1 build. Since this didn't fix the issue, we decided not to
announce it or update the download page.
You can view the full changelog for this release on the ChefDK GitHub page.