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CertCentral: Improved Organizations search on Orders page

To make it easier to find the certificates ordered for a specific organization in your account, we updated the Organizations search on the Orders page.

We now display three new pieces of information about each organization. This information is helpful when you have organizations with similar or identical names:

  • Assumed name (if used)
  • Organization ID
  • Address

See for yourself

In the left main menu, go to Certificates > Orders. On the Orders page, expand Show advanced search. In the Organizations dropdown, search for an organization. You will now see the following organization information: name, assumed name (if used), organization ID, and address.

Note: You can also type the organization name.

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CertCentral: Improved Order details page

To make it easier to identify the organization a certificate was ordered for in your account, we updated the Organization section on the Order details page.

We now display two new pieces of information about each organization:

  • Assumed name (if used)
  • Organization ID

This information is helpful when you have organizations with similar or identical names.

See for yourself

In the left main menu, go to Certificates > Orders. On the Orders page, click the certificate's order number. On the Order details page, in the Organization section, you will now see the organization name, organization ID, and assumed name, if used.

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CertCentral: Improved organization option on New Domain page

To make it easier to associate a new domain with an organization in your account, we updated the Organization option on the New Domain page.

We now display three new pieces of information about each organization. This information is helpful when you have organizations with similar or identical names:

  • Assumed name (if used)
  • Organization ID
  • Address

We also added the ability to type the name of the organization you are searching for.

See for yourself

In the left main menu, go to Certificates > Domains. On the Domains page, click New Domain. On the New Domain page, in the Organization dropdown, search for an organization. You will now see the following organization information: name, assumed name (if used), and organization ID. You can also type the organization name.

For more information about managing domains in CertCentral, see Manage domains.

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CertCentral: Improved Specified organizations option on New and Edit Division pages

To make it easier to specify the organizations a division can order certificates for in your account, we updated the Specific organizations option on the New Division and Edit Division pages.

We now display three new pieces of information about each organization. This information is helpful when you have organizations with similar or identical names:

  • Assumed name (if used)
  • Organization ID
  • Address

We also added the ability to type the name of the organization you are searching for.

See for yourself

In the left main menu, go to Account > Divisions. On the Divisions page, click New Division. On the New Division page under Certificates can be ordered for, select Specific organizations. When you search for an organization in the dropdown, you will see the following organization information: name, assumed name (if used), organization ID, and address. You can also type the organization name.

For more information about divisions in CertCentral, see Division management.

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CertCentral: Improved add organization option on client certificate request forms

To make it easier to order a client certificate for an organization in your account, we updated the Organization option in the client certificate request forms.

We now display three new pieces of information about each organization. This information is helpful when you have organizations with similar or identical names:

  • Assumed name (if used)
  • Organization ID
  • Address

We also added the ability to type the name of the organization you are searching for.

See for yourself

The next time you request a client certificate, click Organization. In the Organization dropdown, you will see the following organization information: name, assumed name (if used), ID, and address. You can also type the organization name.

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CertCentral Orders page: New search options

On the Orders page, we added two new search options:

  • Certificate serial number
  • Additional email addresses*

The next time you search for an order, use the certificate's serial number or an additional email address to locate the certificate order.

*Note: When requesting a certificate or after submitting the request, you can add email addresses to a certificate order. This allows others to receive the certificate notification emails for the order, such as the certificate issued email.

To use the new search filters

  1. In the left main menu, go to Certificates > Orders.
  2. On the Orders page, in the Search box, enter a certificate's serial number or an additional email address on the order.
  3. Click Go.
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CertCentral Orders page: Improved load times

In CertCentral, we updated the Orders page to improve load times for those managing high volumes of certificate orders. The next time you visit the Orders page, it will open much quicker (in the left main menu go to Certificates > Orders).

To improve load times, we changed the way we filter your certificate orders upon initial page view. Previously, we filtered the page to show only Active certificate orders. However, this was problematic for those with high volumes of certificate orders. The more orders you have in your account, the longer the Orders page took to open.

Now, when you visit the page, we return all your certificates, unfiltered, in descending order with the most recently created certificate orders appearing first in the list. To see only your active certificates, in the Status dropdown, select Active and click Go.

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CertCentral Services API: Purchase units for subaccounts and view unit orders

In the CertCentral Services API, we've added new endpoints for purchasing units and viewing unit orders. Now, if you manage subaccounts that use units as the payment method for certificate requests, you can use the Services API to buy more units for a subaccount and to get information about your unit order history.

For more information, see the reference documentation for the new endpoints:

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CertCentral: Improved Orders page

We updated the Orders page making it easier to see your active certificates. Now, we no longer show the renewed certificates (certificates with a Renewed status) in the list of active certificates.

To make sure you don't lose sight of your renewed certificates, we added a new filter to the Status dropdown—Renewed—that enables you to see your "renewed" certificates.

To see the improved Orders page, in the left main menu, go to Certificates > Orders.

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We improved the user invitation workflow for SAML Single Sign-On (SSO) integrations with CertCentral, enabling you to designate invitees as SSO only users before sending your account user invitations. Now, in the Invite New Users popup window, use the SAML Single Sign-on (SSO) only option to restrict invitees to SAML SSO only.

Note: This option disables all other authentication methods for these users. Additionally, this option only appears if you have SAML enabled for your CertCentral account.

(In the sidebar menu, click Account > User Invitations. On the User Invitations page, click Invite New Users. See SAML SSO: Invite users to join your account.)

Simplified enrollment form

We also simplified the SSO only user enrollment form, removing the password and security question requirements. Now, SSO only invitees need to add only their personal information.

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We made it easier to see your Discovery certificate scan results from the CertCentral Dashboard in your account, adding the Expiring Certificates Discovered, Certificate Issuers, and Certificates Analyzed By Rating widgets.

Each widget contains an interactive chart that allows you drill down to easily find more information about expiring certificates (e.g., which certificates are expiring in 8-15 days), certificates per issuing CA (e.g., DigiCert), and certificates per security rating (e.g., not secure).

More about Discovery

Discovery uses sensors to scan your network. Scans are centrally configured and managed from inside your CertCentral account.

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In the DigiCert Services API, we updated the Order info endpoint enabling you to see how the certificate was requested. For certificates requested via the Services API or an ACME Directory URL, we return a new response parameter: api_key. This parameter includes the key name along with key type: API or ACME.

Note: For orders requested via another method (e.g., CertCentral account, Guest Request URL, etc.), the api_key parameter is omitted from the response.

Now, when viewing order details, you'll see the new api_key parameter in the response for orders requested via the API or an ACME Directory URL:

GET https://dev.digicert.com/services-api/order/certificate/{order_id}

Response:

Order info endpoint response parameter

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We added a new search filter – Requested via – to the Orders page that allows you to search for certificate orders requested via a specific API key or ACME Directory URL.

Now, on the Orders page, use the Requested via filter to find active, expired, revoked, rejected, pending reissue, pending, and duplicate certificates requested via a specific API key or ACME Directory URL.

(In the sidebar menu, click Certificates > Orders. On the Orders page, click Show Advanced Search. Then, in the Requested via dropdown select the API Key or ACME Directory URL name or type its name in the box.)

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We added a new search filter Certificate ID to the Orders page that allows you to search for a certificate order using the Certificate ID.

You can now use the Certificate ID to find active, expired, revoked, rejected, pending reissue, pending, and duplicate certificates.

On the Orders page (in the sidebar menu, click Certificates > Orders), click Show Advanced Search. Then, in the Certificate ID search box, add the Certificate ID and click Go.