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CertCentral Services API: Added label for verified contacts

In the CertCentral Services API, we added a new contact_type label for verified contacts: verified_contact.

Use the verified_contact label to identify verified contacts for an organization when you submit a request for an EV TLS, Verified Mark, Code Signing, or EV Code Signing certificate. The updated label applies to all verified contacts, regardless of which product type the order is for.

For example, this JSON payload shows how to use the verified_contact label to add a verified contact to an organization in a new certificate order request:

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Note: Before this change, verified contacts were always identified with the label ev_approver. The CertCentral Services API will continue accepting ev_approver as a valid label for verified contacts on EV TLS, Verified Mark, Code Signing, and EV Code Signing certificate orders. The verified_contact label works the same as the ev_approver label, but the name is updated to apply to all products that require a verified contact.

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Improved API documentation for adding organizations to Code Signing and EV Code Signing orders

We updated the Order code signing certificate API documentation to describe three ways to add an organization to your Code Signing (CS) or EV Code Signing (EV CS) order requests:

  1. Add an existing organization already validated for CS or EV CS certificate issuance.
  2. Add an existing organization not validated for CS or EV CS and submit the organization for validation with your order.
  3. Create a new organization and submit it for validation with your CS or EV CS order request.

Learn more: Order code signing certificate – CS and EV CS organization validation

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CertCentral: Multi-year Plans are now available for Verified Mark Certificates

We are happy to announce that Multi-year Plans are now available for Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs) in CertCentral and CertCentral Services API.

DigiCert® Multi-year Plans allow you to pay a single discounted price for up to six years of Verified Mark Certificate coverage. With a Multi-year Plan, you pick the duration of coverage you want (up to six years). Until the plan expires, you reissue your certificate at no cost each time it reaches the end of its validity period.

Note: Depending on the length of your plan, you may need to revalidate your domain and organization multiple times during your Multi-year Plan.

Multi-year Plans for VMC in the Services API

In the Services API, when you submit an order request for a VMC, use the order_validity object to set the duration of coverage for your Multi-year Plan (1-6 years). For more information, see:

What is a Verified Mark Certificate?

Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs) are a new type of certificate that allows companies to place a certified brand logo next to the “sender” field in customer inboxes.

  • Your logo is visible before the message is opened.
  • Your logo acts as confirmation of your domain’s DMARC status and your organization’s authenticated identity.

Learn more about VMC certificates

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Verified Mark Certificates (VMC): Three new approved trademark offices

We are happy to announce that DigiCert now recognizes three more intellectual property offices for verifying the logo for your VMC certificate. These new offices are in Korea, Brazil, and India.

New approved trademark offices:

Other approved trademark offices:

What is a Verified Mark Certificate?

Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs) are a new type of certificate that allows companies to place a certified brand logo next to the “sender” field in customer inboxes.

  • Your logo is visible before the message is opened.
  • Your logo acts as confirmation of your domain’s DMARC status and your organization’s authenticated identity. 

Learn more about VMC certificates.

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Bugfix: Code Signing (CS) certificate generation email sent only to CS verified contact

We fixed a bug in the Code Signing (CS) certificate issuance process where we were sending the certificate generation email to only the CS verified contact. This bug only happened when the requestor did not include a CSR with the code signing certificate request.

Now, for orders submitted without a CSR, we send the code signing certificate generation email to:

  • Certificate requestor
  • CS verified contact
  • Additional emails included with the order

Note: DigiCert recommends submitting a CSR with your Code Signing certificate request. Currently, Internet Explorer is the only browser that supports keypair generation. See our knowledgebase article: Keygen support dropped with Firefox 69.

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Verified Mark Certificates available now.

Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs) are a new type of certificate that allow companies to place a certified brand logo next to the “sender” field in customer inboxes—visible before the message is opened—acting as confirmation of your domain’s DMARC status and your organization’s authenticated identity. Learn more about VMC certificates.

To disable or change availability of VMC in your account, visit the Product Settings page.

Note: If you do not see VMCs in your account, it may be because we are not offering the product to all account types yet. It is also possible that the product is available, but one of your CertCentral account’s administrators turned the product off in Product Settings.

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CertCentral Services API: Verified Mark Certificate enhancements

To help you manage your Verified Mark Certificate (VMC) orders in your API integrations, we’ve made the following updates to the CertCentral Services API.

New endpoints:

Updated endpoints:

  • Order info
    We updated the Order info endpoint to return a vmc object with the trademark country code, registration number, and logo information for VMC orders.
  • Email certificate
    We updated the Email certificate endpoint to support emailing a copy of your issued VMC.

To learn more about managing VMC certificates from your API integrations, visit Verified Mark Certificate workflow.