CloudPanel 2.3.0 Release: New Commands, Translations, and Security Fixes

CloudPanel 2.3.0 Release: New Commands, Translations, and Security Fixes

The CloudPanel 2.3.0 release brings new CLI root user commands, extended language support, bug fixes, and security improvements. We cover the latest release highlights in this article.

What’s New with CloudPanel 2.3.0?

1. New CLI Root User Commands

CloudPanel has added new CLI root user commands in the 2.3.0 release. Here's the list of new CLI root user commands:

User Commands:

1. Adding Users

This command allows you to add a new user to CloudPanel. It is a simple way to create new accounts and grant them access to your CloudPanel platform. Using this command, you can provide information such as username, password, and email address.

To add an admin user, use the following command:

clpctl user:add --userName='john.doe' --email='' --firstName='John' --lastName='Doe' --password='!password!' --role='admin' --timezone='UTC' --status='1'

To add a site manager, use the following command:

clpctl user:add --userName='john.doe' --email='' --firstName='John' --lastName='Doe' --password='!password!' --role='site-manager' --timezone='UTC' --status='1'

To add a user who is restricted to specific sites, use the following command:

clpctl user:add --userName='john.doe' --email='' --firstName='John' --lastName='Doe' --password='!password!' --role='user' --sites=',' --timezone='UTC' --status='1'

2. Deleting a User

If you need to remove a user from the CloudPanel, the user:delete command makes it easy.

Provide the username of the user you'd like to delete, and the command will take care of the rest, removing the user account and its associated data.

clpctl user:delete --userName='john.doe' 

3. List Users

With the user:list command, you can quickly view all user accounts within CloudPanel. It is helpful when managing multiple users or needing a quick overview of existing accounts.

To list all users, use the following command:

clpctl user:list

Site Command:

1. Installing a Certificate

You can use the following command to install an SSL certificate for a specific site. Keep in mind that the certificateChain argument is optional:

clpctl site:install:certificate --privateKey=/path/to/private.key --certificate=/path/to/certificate.crt --certificateChain=/path/to/chain.crt

By executing this command, you can install the certificate for the specified domain by providing the required file paths for the private key, certificate, and (optionally) the certificate chain.

2. Enhancements

When setting up new WordPress sites, the site username and password can now be entered manually. It provides more control and customisation for users during the creation process.

3. New Translations

CloudPanel 2.3.0 now supports the Bulgarian language.

4. Bug Fixes

The following bugs are fixed for CloudPanel 2.3.0:

5. Security Fixes

CloudPanel 2.3.0 addresses security vulnerabilities, ensuring a more secure environment for users and applications.

  • Privilege Escalation to root from user
  • OS Command Injection vulnerability fix.


The CloudPanel 2.3.0 release brings new enhancements and fixes to improve user experience and increase security. The release introduces new CLI root user commands, including options for managing users and installing-site certificates.

CloudPanel 2.3.0 extends language support with Bulgarian translation. The update also addresses bug fixes related to user and domain name validation and CLI password handling.

Upgrade to CloudPanel 2.3.0 today and stay informed with the latest news on the CloudPanel blog.

Nikita S.
Nikita S.
Technical Writer

As a professional content writer, Nikita S. is experienced in crafting well-researched articles that simplify complex information and promote technical communication. She is enthusiastic about cloud computing and holds a specialization in digital marketing.

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