CertCentral Services API: Fixed Revoke certificate endpoint bug
In the DigiCert Services API, we fixed a bug in the Revoke certificate endpoint where the request to revoke a single certificate on an order was being submitted for all certificates on the order.
Note: After submitting your "single certificate" revocation request, we returned a 201 Created response with the request details to revoke all certificates on the order.
Now, when using the Revoke certificate endpoint to submit a request to revoke a single certificate on an order, we return a 201 Created response with the request details to revoke just that certificate on the order.
30-day money back guarantee
The Revoke certificate endpoint revokes a certificate on the order and not the order itself. Our 30-day money back guarantee is tied to an order and not a "certificate" on the order. To get the 30-day money back guarantee, you need to revoke the order within the first 30 days; see Revoke order certificates.
Certificate revocation process
All revocation requests, including those made via the Services API, must be approved by an administrator before DigiCert will revoke the certificate. This approval step is required and cannot be skipped or removed from the certificate revocation process.
*What you need to know about the revoke certificate endpoint
This endpoint is designed to revoke a certificate on an order; it doesn't revoke a certificate order.
If you revoke a certificate on an order with only a single certificate:
If you don't plan to reissue a certificate for the order, use the Revoke order certificates endpoint to revoke the order.