To improve how custom validity works with Guest URLs, we need to temporarily remove access to the feature. Now, when creating new Guest URLs, you'll only have the 1-year, 2-year, and 3-year validity options.
This change doesn't affect existing Guest URLs. Existing Guest URLs that include the custom validity option will continue to work as they did before.
Note: The 3-year validity option only applies to private SSL and client certificates. As of February 20, 2018, DigiCert no longer offers 3-year public SSL/TLS certificates. For more information about this change, click here.
To create a Guest URL
In the sidebar menu, click Account > Account Access. On the Account Access page, in the Guest URLs section, click Add Guest URL. See Manage Guest URLs.
We fixed a bug on the Guest URL Request a Certificate page, where clicking Order Now redirected you to the DigiCert account sign in page.
Now, when you order a certificate from a Guest URL and click Order Now, your request is submitted to your account administrator for approval. For more information about guest URLs, see Managing Guest URLs.
We added the Auto-Renewal User feature to the New Division page that optionally allows you to set a default user for the division's auto-renewal orders when creating a new division. If set, this user replaces the original requester on all division auto-renewal certificate orders and helps prevent auto-renewal interruptions.
In your account, in the sidebar menu, click Account > Divisions. On the Divisions page, click New Division. On the New Division page, in the Auto-Renewal User dropdown, set a default user for all division auto-renewal orders.
We are adding a new tool to the CertCentral portfolio—ACME protocol support—that allows you to integrate your ACME client with CertCentral to order OV and EV TLS/SSL certificates.
Note: This is the open beta period for ACME protocol support in CertCentral. To report errors or for help connecting your ACME client to CertCentral, contact our support team.
To access ACME in your CertCentral account, go to the Account Access page (in the sidebar menu, click Account > Account Access) and you'll see a new ACME Directory URLs section.
For information about connecting your ACME client with your CertCentral account, see our ACME user guide.
To turn ACME off for your account, contact your account manager or our support team.
For a list of current known issues, see ACME Beta: Known issues.
We added DV certificates to the available products for Guest URLs. Now, you can add GeoTrust and RapidSSL DV certificates to your Guest URLs.
We fixed a bug where adding Secure Site certificates to a Guest URL prevented you from editing the Guest URL. Now, when you add Secure Site certificates to a Guest URL, you can edit the Guest URL as needed.
We fixed a bug where adding Private SSL certificates to a Guest URL prevented you from editing the Guest URL. Now, when you add Private SSL certificates to a Guest URL, you can edit the Guest URL as needed.