CertCentral Services API: Documentation updates
We're pleased to announce the following updates to the documentation for the CertCentral Services API:
emergency_emailsrequest parameter to the documentation for the Update account emails endpoint. Use this parameter to update the email addresses that receive emergency notifications from DigiCert.
Example Update account emails request body:
default_intermediateresponse parameters to the documentation for the Product info endpoint.
validation_typeparameter to get the validation type for a given product.
allowed_ca_certsparameter to get information about the ICA certificates you can select when you order a given product. *
default_intermediateparameter to get the ID of the default ICA for a given product. *
Example Product info response data:
* Note: The Product info endpoint only returns the
default_intermediates parameters for products that support ICA selection. For public SSL certificates that support ICA selection (OV and EV flex certificates), these parameters are only returned if ICA selection is enabled for the account. Additionally, the
default_intermediates parameter is only returned if an administrator has customized a product setting for a division or user role in the account. For more information, see ICA certificate chain option for public OV and EV flex certificates.
CertCentral: Add emergency contacts for your account
We are happy to announce we added a new emergency contact option to CertCentral. These email addresses receive all emergency communications, such as urgent security concerns, required certificate revocations, and changes to industry guidelines.
By default, CertCentral sends emergency notifications to the organization contact for the primary organization on your account. Until you update your emergency contacts, we also send these notifications to the email addresses assigned to receive all account notifications.
We recommend verifying and updating the emergency contacts for your account. It should only take a few minutes.
To verify and update the emergency contacts for your account: