SSL Partner Center: Error – Reached the maximum allowed domain count (0) during a reissue.

In the SSL Partner Center client may get the following Error message: Reached the maximum allowed Domain count (0) Causes: This warning message is caused by the following reasons. You are trying to perform a reissue on an SSL Product that does not allow for extra SANs to be added. The CSR you are submitting has SANs within it. You are adding more than the allowed SANS for this certificate product. Resolutions: Here are the possible resolutions to go around this issue.  Generate a new CSR with no SANS within it. Acmetek systems only care about the main common name of the CSR matching up to the main common name (domain name) for the order during reissues. If the initial […]

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Symantec/Digicert Actions Required – Google Reissue

You May Have to Reissue your SSL Certificate!! Since announcing the acquisition, Digicert has actively engaged with the security community to explore paths that address browser concerns about Symantec/Geotrust/Thawte/Rapidssl-issued certificates while balancing the SSL/TLS implementations currently deployed. Symantec-issued certificates impacted by browser timelines will need to be replaced to bring them under the new Digicert platform. These will be replaced at no cost to all certificates issued prior to December 1st 2017, and we’ll work to ensure a smooth process. Many customers have already received information on certificate replacement, and more information will be forthcoming for affected parties. Acmetek requests that all clients/users of the SSL Partner Center to perform these reissues as soon as possible to avoid warning messages […]

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SSL Partner Center: How to Reissue / Replace?

Sometimes you may need to Replace / Reissue your web server certificate due to a technical issue, a special circumstance, or you have an environment where you need to use multiple keypairs. A Replace / Reissue of your web server certificate will not void your previously issued certificate on the order nor extend its validity. If you need to revoke a certificate due to a key compromise then please submit a Revocation Request under Manage Order(s) > Revoke Certificate within your SSL Partner Center. Note: You will be required to Submit a CSR for this replacement. Instructions on CSR generation can be found here if necessary. CSR Generation Instructions (All Systems) Note: When generating your new CSR to perform this […]

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Symantec/Digicert- Google Reissue You May Have to Reissue Your SSL Certificate.

You May Have to Reissue Your Certificate!! Since announcing the acquisition, DigiCert has actively engaged with the security community to explore paths that address browser concerns about Symantec/Geotrust/Thawte/Rapidssl-issued certificates while balancing the SSL/TLS implementations currently deployed.  Symantec-issued certificates impacted by browser timelines will need to be replaced to bring them under the new Digicert platform. These will be replaced at no cost to all certificates issued prior to December 1st 2017, and Digicert will work to ensure a smooth process. Many customers have already received information on certificate replacement, and more information will be forthcoming for affected parties. Acmetek requests that all clients/users of the SSL Partner Center to perform these reissues as soon as possible to avoid warning messages […]

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How to replace a Code Signing Certificate purchased through Acmetek.

Sometimes if a certificate was not backed up and one of the following changes was made, you may need to replace your Code Signing certificate: A computer crash. Original computer is no longer available. Changes to the computer’s browser or profile. Note: All replacements are free of charge for as long as the certificate is valid. For whatever reason depending on your Code Signing Certificate you will have to perform the following replacement instructions to that Code Signing Certificate product. In this article you will find instructions on how to replace either Microsoft or Java Code Singing Products. Depending on your Code Signing product will determine how to replace your Code Signing Certificate. How to replace a Code Signing Certificate for Microsoft […]

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How to Replace your SSL Certificate purchased through Acmetek User Portal

Sometimes depending on the circumstances an organization may have to replace/reissue their SSL certificate. Doing so will require the following for the SSL certificate in question. Generation of a New CSR for the SSL certificate in question. Common Name or Order ID. Organizational or Technical Contact’s e-mail address associated with the SSL order. To manage your SSL Order perform the following: Click on the below link to manage the Certificate. The link will open a Symantec Order Specific Page, where you will be asked to enter the following for security purposes. Order ID or the Common Name for the order. Email address (organization or technical). Image number. Click Continue. Click Request Access against the correct order ID. An e-mail will be sent to […]

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