Discovery: Account setting for discovered certificate renewal notifications
In Discovery, we added a new account setting, Turn on discovered certificate renewal notifications, enabling you to receive renewal notifications for your expiring "discovered" SSL/TLS certificates. These renewal notifications include the option to renew your SSL/TLS certificate with us. When renewing a "discovered" SSL/TLS certificate in CertCentral, we'll replace it with an equivalent DigiCert certificate.
By default, renewal notices for discovered certificates are turned off for a CertCentral account*. To start receiving renewal notices for your expiring discovered certificates, go to Settings > Preferences. In the Certificate Renewal Settings section, check Turn on discovered certificate renewal notifications.
*Note: With the roll out of this new setting, you may need to turn Discovery renewal notifications back on for your account.
To learn more, see Discovery renewal notices.
Discovery: Renewal notifications for non-DigiCert SSL/TLS certificates
In Discovery, we added renewal notifications for non-DigiCert certificates, making it easier to manage all your SSL/TLS certificates in one place—CertCentral. Now, when Discovery finds non-DigiCert certificates, we'll send renewal notifications for these certificates regardless of issuing Certificate Authority (CA).
Note: When renewing a non-DigiCert SSL/TLS certificate in CertCentral, we'll replace it with the equivalent DigiCert certificate. For example, we'll replace a non-DigiCert single-domain SSL certificate with a DigiCert single-domain SSL certificate.
Who receives these renewal notifications?
By default, Discovery sends renewal notifications for non-DigiCert SSL/TLS certificates to the primary CertCentral administrator—the individual who created the account and receives all account notifications.
When are these renewal notifications sent?
Discovery uses your CertCentral renewal notification settings to determine when to send renewal notifications for non-DigiCert certificates. By default CertCentral sends renewal notifications 90, 60, 30, 7, and 3 days before a certificate expires and 7 days after a certificate expires.
To customize your renewal notifications schedule, see Certificate renewal notifications.
Discovery: Customize non-DigiCert SSL/TLS certificate renewal notification process
In Discovery, on the Certificates page, we added three new certificate renewal actions to the Actions column dropdown for non-DigiCert certificates: Disable renewal notices, Enable renewal notices, and Renewal notifications. Renewal notifications allows you to add email addresses to receive renewal notifications for a certificate.
On the Certificates page, you can now update your non-DigiCert certificate renewal process to fit your certificate needs. (In the left main menu, go to Discovery > View Results.)
Note: By default, Discovery sends renewal notifications for all discovered non-DigiCert SSL/TLS certificates.
To customize renewal notifications for non-DigiCert SSL/TLS certificates, see Discovery renewal notices.