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We enhanced our SSL/TLS and client certificate product offerings, enabling you to set a custom validity period (in days) when ordering one of these certificates. Previously, you could only choose a custom expiration date.

Custom validity periods start on the day we issue the certificate. Certificate pricing is prorated to match the custom certificate length.

Note: Custom certificate lengths can't exceed the industry allowed maximum lifecycle period for the certificate. For example, you can't set a 900-day validity period for an SSL/TLS certificate.


We enhanced the SSL/TLS and Client certificate endpoints to include a new validity_days parameter that allows you to set the number of days that the certificate is valid for.

Parameter Priority Note: If you include more than one certificate validity parameter in your request, we prioritize the certificate validity parameters in this order: custom_expiration_date > validity_days > validity_years.

For DigiCert Services API documentation, see CertCentral API.


We added a new Order Management - List Order Reissues API endpoint that allows you to view all the reissue certificates for a certificate order. See the List order reissues endpoint.


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.

October 17, 2018


We added a new Order Management - Revoke Certificate API endpoint that allows you to use the order ID to revoke all certificates associated with a single order, making it easier to use the API to revoke an issued certificate. This assures that any duplicates or reissues associated with the order are revoked all at once.

Note: After you submit the certificate revocation request, an administrator will need to approve the request before DigiCert can revoke the certificates associated with the order. See the Update Request Status API endpoint.

For more information about the new endpoint and other publicly available endpoints, see the Revoke Certificate API endpoint in our CertCentral API documention.