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. This change may affect your early certificate renewals.
You can still renew a certificate order as early as 90 days to 1 day before it expires. When you renew, DigiCert transfers as much remaining validity as possible to the renewed certificate without exceeding the new 397-day maximum certificate validity. Any validity that we cannot transfer directly to the certificate is transferred to your order. To learn more, see End of 2-year DV, OV, and EV public SSL/TLS certificates.
Renewing your DV certificate is easy: identify the certificate that needs to be renewed, create a new CSR, then fill in the certificate's renewal form and submit your renewal request.
DV certificates don't support domain prevalidation. When you renew a DV certificate, you must demonstrate control over the domains on the renewal order.
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