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CertCentral to issue GeoTrust and RapidSSL DV certificates from new intermediate CA certificates

On May 24, 2022, between 9:00 am and 11:00 am MDT (3:00 pm and 5:00 pm UTC), DigiCert will replace the GeoTrust and RapidSSL intermediate CA (ICA) certificates listed below. We can no longer issue maximum validity (397-day) DV certificates from these intermediates.

Old ICA certificates

  • GeoTrust TLS DV RSA Mixed SHA256 2020 CA-1
  • GeoTrust TLS DV RSA Mixed SHA256 2021 CA-1
  • RapidSSL TLS DV RSA Mixed SHA256 2020 CA-1
  • RapidSSL TLS DV RSA Mixed SHA256 2021 CA-1

New ICA certificates

  • GeoTrust Global TLS RSA4096 SHA256 2022 CA1
  • RapidSSL Global TLS RSA4096 SHA256 2022 CA1

See the DigiCert ICA Update KB article.

How does this affect me?

Rolling out new ICA certificates does not affect your existing DV certificates. Active certificates issued from the replaced ICA certificates will remain trusted until they expire.

However, all new certificates, including certificate reissues, will be issued from the new ICA certificates. To ensure ICA certificate replacements go unnoticed, always include the provided ICA certificate with every TLS certificate you install.

No action is required unless you do any of the following:

  • Pin the old versions of the intermediate CA certificates
  • Hard code the acceptance of the old versions of the intermediate CA certificates
  • Operate a trust store that includes the old versions of the intermediate CA certificates

Action required

If you practice pinning, hard code acceptance, or operate a trust store, update your environment as soon as possible. You should stop pinning and hard coding ICA certificates or make the necessary changes to ensure your GeoTrust DV and RapidSSL DV certificates issued from the new ICA certificates are trusted. In other words, make sure they can chain up to their new ICA certificate and trusted root.

See the DigiCert Trusted Root Authority Certificates page to download copies of the new Intermediate CA certificates.

What if I need more time?

If you need more time to update your environment, you can continue to use the old 2020 ICA certificates until they expire. Contact DigiCert Support, and they can set that up for your account. However, after May 31, 2022, RapidSSL DV and GeoTrust DV certificates issued from the 2020 ICA certificates will be truncated to less than one year.

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Industry changes to file-based DCV (HTTP Practical Demonstration, file auth, file, HTTP token, and HTTP auth)

To comply with new industry standards for the file-based domain control validation (DCV) method, you can only use the file-based DCV to demonstrate control over fully qualified domain names (FQDNs), exactly as named.

To learn more about the industry change, see Domain validation policy changes in 2021.

How does this affect me?

As of November 16, 2021, you must use one of the other supported DCV methods, such as Email, DNS TXT, and CNAME, to:

  • Validate wildcard domains (*.example.com)
  • To include subdomains in the domain validation when validating the higher-level domain. For example, if you want to cover www.example.com, when you validate the higher-level domain, example.com.
  • Prevalidate entire domains and subdomains.

To learn more about the supported DCV method for DV, OV, and EV certificate requests:

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CertCentral: Pending certificate requests and domain prevalidation using file-based DCV

Pending certificate request

If you have a pending certificate request with incomplete file-based DCV checks, you may need to switch DCV methods* or use the file-based DCV method to demonstrate control over every fully qualified domain name, exactly as named, on the request.

*Note: For certificate requests with incomplete file-based DCV checks for wildcard domains, you must use a different DCV method.

To learn more about the supported DCV methods for DV, OV, and EV certificate requests:

Domain prevalidation

If you plan to use the file-based DCV method to prevalidate an entire domain or entire subdomain, you must use a different DCV method.

To learn more about the supported DCV methods for domain prevalidation, see Supported domain control validation (DCV) methods for domain prevalidation.

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CertCentral Services API

If you use the CertCentral Services API to order certificates or submit domains for prevalidation using file-based DCV (http-token), this change may affect your API integrations. To learn more, visit File-based domain control validation (http-token).

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Upcoming Schedule Maintenance

DigiCert will perform scheduled maintenance on November 6, 2021, between 22:00 – 24:00 MDT (November 7, 2021, between 04:00 – 06:00 UTC).


CertCentral infrastructure-related maintenance downtime

We will start this infrastructure-related maintenance between 22:00 and 22:10 MDT (04:00 and 04:10 UTC). Then, for approximately 30 minutes, the following services will be down:

DV certificate issuance for CertCentral, ACME, and ACME agent automation

  • DV certificate requests submitted during this time will fail
  • APIs will return a "cannot connect" error
  • Failed requests should be resubmitted after services are restored

CIS and SCEP

  • Certificate Issuing Service (CIS) will be down
  • Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) will be down
  • DigiCert will be unable to issue certificates for CIS and SCEP
  • APIs will return a "cannot connect" error
  • Requests that return "cannot connect" errors should be resubmitted after services are restore

QuoVadis TrustLink certificate issuance

  • TrustLink certificate requests submitted during this time will fail
  • However, failed requests will be added to a queue for processing later
  • Queued-up requests will be processed after services are restored, as required

This maintenance only affects DV certificate issuance, CIS, SCEP, and TrustLink certificate issuance. It does not affect any other DigiCert platforms or services .


PKI Platform 8 maintenance

We will start the PKI Platform 8 maintenance at 22:00 MDT (04:00 UTC). Then, for approximately 30 minutes, the PKI Platform 8 will experience service delays and performance degradation that affect:

  • Signing in and using your PKI Platform 8 to perform in-console certificate lifecycle tasks.
  • Using any of your PKI Platform 8 corresponding APIs or protocols (for example, SOAP, REST, SCEP, and EST) to perform certificate lifecycle operations.
  • Performing certificate lifecycle tasks/operations:
    • Enrolling certificates: new, renew, or reissues
    • Adding domains and organizations
    • Submitting validation requests
    • Viewing reports, revoking certificates, and creating profiles
    • Adding users, viewing certificates, and downloading certificates
  • Certificate issuance for PKI Platform 8 and its corresponding API.

Additionally:

  • APIs will return a "cannot connect" error.
  • Certificate enrollments that receive "cannot connect" errors must be resubmitted after DigiCert restores services.

The PKI Platform 8 maintenance only affects PKI Platform 8. It does not affect any other DigiCert platforms or services.


Plan accordingly:

  • Schedule high-priority orders, renewals, and reissues before or after the maintenance window.
  • Expect interruptions if you use the APIs for immediate certificate issuance and automated tasks.
  • To get live maintenance updates, subscribe to the DigiCert Status page. This subscription includes email alerts for when maintenance begins and when it ends.
  • For scheduled maintenance dates and times, see DigiCert 2021 scheduled maintenance.

Services will be restored as soon as we complete the maintenance.

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CertCentral Services API: Auto-reissue support for Multi-year Plans

We are happy to announce that the CertCentral Services API now supports automatic certificate reissue requests (auto-reissue) for Multi-year Plans. The auto-reissue feature makes it easier to maintain SSL/TLS coverage on your Multi-year Plans.

You can enable auto-reissue for individual orders in your CertCentral account. When auto-reissue is enabled, we automatically create and submit a certificate reissue request 30 days before the most recently issued certificate on the order expires.

Enable auto-reissue for a new order

To give you control over the auto-reissue setting for new Multi-year Plans, we added a new request parameter to the endpoints for ordering DV, OV, and EV TLS/SSL certificates: auto_reissue.

By default, auto-reissue is disabled for all orders. To enable auto-reissue when you request a new Multi-year Plan, set the value of the auto_reissue parameter to 1 in the body of your request.

Example request body:

Example order request body with auto reissue enabled

Note: In new order requests, we ignore the auto_reissue parameter if:

  • The product does not support Multi-year Plans.
  • Multi-year Plans are disabled for the account.

Update auto-reissue setting for existing orders

To give you control over the auto-reissue setting for existing Multi-year Plans, we added a new endpoint: Update auto-reissue settings. Use this endpoint to enable or disable the auto-reissue setting for an order.

Get auto-reissue setting for an existing order

To help you track the auto-reissue setting for existing certificate orders, we added a new response parameter to the Order info endpoint: auto_reissue. The auto_reissue parameter returns the current auto-reissue setting for the order.

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ICA certificate chain selection for public DV flex certificates

We are happy to announce that select public DV certificates now support Intermediate CA certificate chain selection:

  • GeoTrust DV SSL
  • Thawte SSL 123 DV
  • RapidSSL Standard DV
  • RapidSSL Wildcard DV
  • Encryption Everywhere DV

You can add a feature to your CertCentral account that enables you to control which DigiCert ICA certificate chain issues the end-entity certificate when you order these public DV products.

This feature allows you to:

  • Set the default ICA certificate chain for each supported public DV certificate.
  • Control which ICA certificate chains certificate requestors can use to issue their DV certificate.

Configure ICA certificate chain selection

To enable ICA selection for your account:

  1. Contact your account manager or our Support team.
  2. Then, in your CertCentral account, in the left main menu, go to Settings > Product Settings.
  3. On the Product Settings page, configure the default and allowed intermediates for each supported and available DV certificate.

For more information and step-by-step instructions, see the Configure the ICA certificate chain feature for your public TLS certificates.

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DigiCert Services API: DV certificate support for ICA certificate chain selection

In the DigiCert Services API, we made the following updates to support ICA selection in your DV certificate order requests:

Pass in the issuing ICA certificate's ID as the value for the ca_cert_id parameter in your order request's body.

Example DV certificate request:

Example DV TLS certificate request

For more information about using ICA selection in your API integrations, see DV certificate lifecycle – Optional ICA selection.

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API de services CertCentral : mises à jour de la documentation

Nous avons ajouté des nouveaux paramètres de requête à la documentation de l’API Services CertCentral pour les commandes de certificats DV : use_auth_key. Dans les comptes qui disposent d'une AuthKey, ce paramètre vous permet de choisir s'il faut ou non consulter les enregistrements DNS à la recherche d'un jeton de requête AuthKey lorsque vous passez une commande de certificat DV.

Par défaut, si une AuthKey existe pour votre compte, vous devez ajouter un jeton de requête d’Authkey à vos enregistrements DNS avant de commencer un certificat DV. Les jetons de requête d’AuthKey permettent l'émission immédiate du certificat, ce qui vous permet de gagner du temps dans la gestion du cycle de vie du certificat. Cependant, il peut arriver d'avoir besoin de vérifier que vous contrôlez un domaine à l’aide de la validation par e-mail ou d'un jeton généré par DigiCert. Dans ces cas-là, le paramètre use_auth_key vous permet de désactiver la vérification de jeton AuthKey pour une commande donnée, de sorte que vous pouvez utiliser une autre méthode pour démontrer que vous êtes bien la personne qui contrôle le domaine. Pour de plus amples informations sur la validation du contrôle de domaine (DCV)., consultez la page Méthodes de validation de contrôle de domaine (Domain Control Validation, DCV).

Pour désactiver la méthode de vérification par AuthKey pour une commande de certificat DV, ajoutez le paramètre use_auth_key à la charge JSON de la requête. Par exemple :

use_auth_key sample

Les points de terminaison suivants prennent en charge le paramètre use_auth_key :

Pour des informations sur l’utilisation d’une AuthKey pour l’émission immédiate d'un certificat DV, consultez la page émission immédiate d'un certificat DV.

Remarque : Le paramètre use_auth_key est ignoré dans les requêtes concernant des certificats Encryption Everywhere DV. Toutes les requêtes concernant des certificats Encryption Everywhere DV impliquent obligatoirement un jeton de requête AuthKey pour la DCV. Par ailleurs, les produits SSL EV et OV ne prennent pas en charge le paramètre use_auth_key.

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CertCentral: Vérifications DCV automatiques – Interrogation DCV

Nous avons le plaisir d'annoncer que nous avons améliorer la procédure de validation de contrôle de domaine (DCV) et ajouté la vérification automatique pour les méthodes DNS TXT, DNS CNAME et Démonstration pratique HTTP.

Cela signifie qu’une fois que vous avez déposé un fichier fileauth.txt sur votre domaine ou ajouté la valeur aléatoire fournie à vos enregistrements DNS TXT ou DNS CNAME, vous n’avez plus à vous connecter à CertCentral pour effectuer le contrôle vous-même. Nous effectuerons la vérification de DCV automatiquement. Cependant, au besoin, vous pouvez toujours effectuer un contrôle manuel.

Cadence d'interrogation DCV

Après avoir soumis votre commande de certificat SSL/TLS public, soumis un domaine à prévalidation ou modifié la méthode DCV pour un domaine, l’interrogation DCV démarre immédiatement et s’exécute pendant une semaine.

  • Intervalle 1 — Chaque minute pendant les 15 premières minutes
  • Intervalle 2 — Toutes les cinq minutes pendant une heure
  • Intervalle 3 — Toutes les quinze minutes pendant quatre heures
  • Intervalle 4 — Toutes les heures pendant une journée
  • Intervalle 5 — Toutes les quatre heures pendant une semaine*

*À la fin de l’intervalle 5, nous cessons nos tentatives de vérification. Si vous n'avez déposé aucun fichier fileauth.txt sur votre domaine et n’avez pas ajouté la valeur aléatoire fournie à vos enregistrements DNS TXT ou DNS CNAME avant la fin de la première semaine, vous devrez lancer la vérification vous-même.

Pour plus d'informations sur les méthodes DCV prises en charge :