The original name is returned in the new "name" attribute.
This fixes an issue with bindings that map VICI messages to
dictionaries. For instance, in roadwarrior scenarios where every
CHILD_SA has the same name only the information of the last CHILD_SA
would end up in the dictionary for that name.
PINs are stored in a "hidden" credential set, so that its shared
secrets are not exposed via VICI. Since they are not explicitly loaded as
shared secrets via VICI a client might consider them as removed secrets and
When fresh CRLs are released with a high update frequency (e.g.
every 24 hours) or OCSP is used then the certificate cache gets
quickly filled with stale CRLs or OCSP responses. The new VICI
flush-certs command allows to flush e.g. cached CRLs or OCSP
responses only. Without the type argument all kind of certificates
(e.g. also received end entity and intermediate CA certificates)
If two IKE configurations have CHILD configurations with the same name,
we have no control about the CHILD_SA that actually gets controlled. The
new "ike" parameter specifies the peer config name to find the "child" config
The `nat-local` and `nat-remote` keys contain information on the NAT
status of the local and remote IKE endpoints, respectively. If a
responder did not detect a NAT but is configured to fake a NAT situation
this is indicated by `nat-fake` (if an initiator fakes a NAT situation
`nat-local` is set). If any NAT is detected or faked `nat-any` is set.
In addition that it may reduce memory usage and improve performance for large
responses, it returns immediate results. This is important for longer lasting
commands, such as initiate/terminate, where immediate log feedback is preferable
when interactively calling such commands.