The changelog below reflects new product developments and updates on a monthly basis.
- Added ability to manage folders via CLI.
- Replaced internal Winston with Pino logging library with external logging to AWS CloudWatch
- Added admin panel to self-hosting experience.
- Released secret rotation feature with preliminary support for rotating SendGrid, PostgreSQL/CockroachDB, and MySQL/MariaDB credentials.
- Released secret reminders feature.
- Added support for GitLab SSO.
- Became SOC 2 (Type II) certified.
- Reduced required JWT configuration from 5-6 secrets to 1 secret for self-hosting Infisical.
- Compacted Infisical into 1 Docker image.
- Added native Hasura Cloud integration.
- Updated resource deletion logic for user, organization, and project deletion.
- Released secret approvals feature.
- Released an update to access controls; every user role now clearly defines and enforces a certain set of conditions across Infisical.
- Updated UI/UX for integrations.
- Added a native integration with Qovery.
- Added service token generation capability for the CLI.
- Release Audit Logs V2.
- Add support for GitHub SSO.
- Enable users to opt in for multiple authentication methods.
- Improved password requirements including check against Have I Been Pwnd Password API.
- Added native GCP Secret Manager integration
- Released secret referencing and importing across folders and environments.
- Redesigned the project/organization experience.
- Updated the secrets overview page; users are now able to edit secrets directly from it.
- Added native Laravel Forge integration.
- Added native Codefresh integration.
- Added native Bitbucket integration.
- Added native DigitalOcean App Platform integration.
- Added native Cloud66 integration.
- Added native Terraform Cloud integration.
- Added native Northflank integration.
- Added native Windmill integration.
- Added support for Google SSO
- Added support for Okta, Azure AD, and JumpCloud SAML authentication.
- Released folders / path-based secret storage.
- Released webhooks.
- Released the Terraform Provider.
- Updated the usage and billing page. Added the free trial for the professional tier.
- Added native integrations with Checkly, Hashicorp Vault, and Cloudflare Pages.
- Completed a penetration test with a
- Added support for multi-line secrets.
- Released secret scanning capability for the CLI.
- Released customer / license service to manage customer billing information, cloud plans, and self-hosted enterprise licenses; all instances of Infisicals now fetch/relay information from this service.
- Completed penetration test.
- Released new landing page.
- Started SOC 2 (Type II) compliance certification preparation.
- Released new deployment options for Fly.io, Digital Ocean and Render.
- Upgraded secret-handling to include blind-indexing (can be thought of as a fingerprint).
- Added Node SDK support for working with individual secrets.
- Released preliminary Python SDK.
- Released service accounts, a client type capable of accessing multiple projects.
- Added native Supabase integration.
- Added native Railway integration.
- Improved dashboard speed / performance.
- Released the Secrets Overview page for users to view and identify missing environment secrets within one dashboard.
- Updated documentation to include quickstarts and guides; also updated
- Added support for global configs to the Kubernetes operator.
- Added support for self-hosted deployments to operate without any attached email service / SMTP configuration.
- Added native Azure Key Vault integration.
- Released one-click AWS EC2 deployment method.
- Released preliminary Node SDK.
- Upgraded private key encryption/decryption mechanism to use Argon2id and 256-bit protected keys.
- Added preliminary email-based 2FA capability.
- Added suspicious login alerting if user logs in via new device or IP address.
- Added documentation for PM2 integration.
- Added secret backups support for the CLI; it now fetches and caches secrets locally to be used in the event of future failed fetch.
- Added support for comparing secret values across environments on each secret.
- Added native AWS Parameter Store integration.
- Added native AWS Secrets Manager integration.
- Added native GitLab integration.
- Added native CircleCI integration.
- Added native Travis CI integration.
- Added secret tagging capability for enhanced organizational structure/grouping.
- Released new dashboard design allowing more actions to be performed within the dashboard itself.
- Added capability to generate
- Added preliminary audit logging capability covering CRUD secret operations.
- Added secret overriding capability for team members to have their own branch of a secret.
- Added secret versioning capability.
- Added secret snapshot and point-in-time recovery capabilities to track and roll back the full state of a project.
- Added native Vercel integration.
- Added native Netlify integration.
- Added native GitHub Actions integration.
- Added custom environment names.
- Added auto-redeployment capability to the Kubernetes operator.
- (Service Token 2.0) Shortened the length of service tokens.
- Added a public-facing API.
- Added preliminary access control capability for users to be provisioned read/write access to environments.
- Performed various web UI optimizations.
- Infisical is open sourced.
- Added Infisical CLI support for Docker and Docker Compose.
- Rewrote the Infisical CLI in Golang to be platform-agnostic.
- Rewrote the documentation.
- Added support for organizations; projects now belong to organizations.
- Improved speed / performance of dashboard by 25x.
- Added capability to change account password in settings.
- Added persistence for logging into the organization and project that users left from in their previous session.
- Added password recovery emergency kit with automatic download enforcement upon account creation.
- Added capability to copy-to-clipboard capabilities.
- Released first native integration between Infisical and Heroku; environment variables can now be sent and kept in sync with Heroku.
- Added capability to change user roles in projects.
- Added capability to delete projects.
- Added Stripe.
- Added default environments (development, staging, production) for new users with example key-pairs.
- Added loading indicators.
- Moved from push/pull mode of secret operation to automatically pulling and injecting secrets into processes upon startup.
- Added drag-and-drop capability for adding new .env files.
- Improved security measures against common attacks (e.g. XSS, clickjacking, etc.).
- Added support for personal secrets (later modified to be secret overrides in Jan 2023).
- Improved account password validation and enforce minimum requirements.
- Added sorting capability to sort keys by name alphabetically in dashboard.
- Added downloading secrets back as
- Released first version of the Infisical platform with push/pull capability and end-to-end encryption.
- Improved security handling of authentication tokens by storing refresh tokens in HttpOnly cookies.
- Added hiding key values on client-side.
- Added search bar to dashboard to query for keys on client-side.
- Added capability to rename a project.
- Added user roles for projects.
- Added incident contacts.
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