Starting March 28, 2022, all public S/MIME certificates will have a maximum validity period of 1,185 days. This change is to align with Apple policy updates and only applies to publicly trusted S/MIME certificates newly issued from CertCentral. Certificates issued before March 28 are not affected.
We moved the CertCentral DV Certificate Enrollment guide to https://docs.digicert.com/certcentral/documentation/dv-certificate-enrollment/.
A pdf version of the guide is still available (see link at the bottom of the Introduction page).
Additionally, we updated and added instructions to cover the supported DCV methods for DV certificates in CertCentral.
We enhanced the functionality of the Domain management – Get domain control emails API endpoint. You can now use the domain name to retrieve the Domain Control Validation (DCV) email addresses (WHOIS-based and constructed) for any domain.
Previously, you had to have the domain ID to retrieve the DCV email addresses. However, for a domain to have an ID, you had to submit it for pre-validation.
Now, you can use either the domain name or the domain ID with the Domain management – Get domain control emails endpoint to retrieve the DCV email addresses (WHOIS-based and constructed) for a domain. See the Get domain emails endpoint.