Industry standards change: End of 2-year public SSL/TLS certificates
On August 27, 2020, 6:00 PM MDT (August 28 00:00 UTC), DigiCert stopped issuing public DV, OV, and EV SSL/TLS certificates with a maximum validity greater than 397 days. For more information about this change, see End of 2-year DV, OV, and EV public SSL/TLS certificates.
To maximize your SSL/TLS coverage, purchase your new certificates with a DigiCert® Multi-year Plan. For more information about these plans, see Multi-year Plans.
The certificate lifecycle begins when administrators and users log into their account and request DV certificates for their domains. CertCentral account users can only request the types of certificates that have been authorized for their account (their company/organization).
Before you can begin ordering DV SSL/TLS certificates, your sales representative must enable DV certificates for your CertCentral account. Then, on the Product Settings page (Settings > Product Settings), you can enable the DV certificate products (e.g., GeoTrust Standard DV).
Depending on the structure of your account, you may be able to request the following types of DV certificates: