The EJBCA team is pleased to announce the newest release of our open-source PKI software EJBCA Community Edition with version and thank each and every EJBCA Contributor for your work in getting us here.

These release notes cover new EJBCA Community features and improvements implemented between EJBCA Community 8.0 and EJBCA Community 8.2.

This latest community release brings EJBCA REST API extensions as well as other improvements.


Extended REST interface in EJBCA Community

EJBCA Community 8.2 now includes the v1/ca EJBCA REST API resource previously available only to EJBCA Enterprise Edition users. 

The v1/ca REST resource in the EJBCA REST interface provides endpoints for retrieving CA certificates and CRLs, enabling new use cases for REST integration with EJBCA Community. For more information, see EJBCA REST Interface. 

Downloads and Resources

There are several options available for downloading the latest EJBCA Community:

  • EJBCA Community is available for download from GitHub.

  • EJBCA Community container is available for download from Docker Hub.

  • EJBCA Community container is available for download from the AWS and Azure marketplaces.

  • EJBCA Community is available for download from SourceForge.

For download links and resources, see

Want to learn more about our open-source software? Get in touch over at EJBCA Discussions on GitHub, a collective space where you can share feedback and contribute ideas to future releases. We would love to hear from you.

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