Managed PKI for SSL reports now include the issuing Intermediate CA for each certificate, so you can identify your at-risk legacy Symantec-issued certificates.
Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox each have plans to remove trust of all legacy Symantec SSL/TLS certificates issued under the Symantec infrastructure. Some certificates are already distrusted as of March 2018, and remaining Symantec-issued certificates will be distrusted around September 13, 2018.
To get a complete list of legacy Symantec certificates issued from your Managed PKI for SSL account, add the Issuer CA column to your reports and run a report.
In the Control Center > Configuration > Reports, configure detail report content to add the Issuer CA field:
Then in Certificate Management > Real-time Reports, run a report for valid certificates. Sort by Issuer CA to get an inventory of Symantec-issued certificates.
To speed up replacement of Symantec-issued certificates at risk of browser distrust, admins can quickly replace these certificates without a new CSR. The replacement request uses the previous CSR and certificate settings to generate the replacement certificate.
In the Managed PKI for SSL Control Center, go to certificate search results. At-risk certificates are highlighted in their statuses. Click Quick Replace to enter a new challenge phrase and submit the replacement request.
The following functions are now available for API integration:
Visit the VICE 2 API Developer’s Guide on the Website Security Developer Portal for all Managed PKI for SSL VICE 2 APIs.