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Intermediate CA Revocations - January 2021

Solution

As part of our efforts to remain current with browser root store compliance requirements and to advance industry best practices, QuoVadis has been rotating intermediate certificate authorities and providing new intermediates over the last several months.

 

Accordingly, on January 14, 2021, QuoVadis revoked legacy certificates for the following CA versions:

Name SHA256 Fingerprint of Revoked Version
QuoVadis Global SSL ICA G2

A4879EC0F36CF84B6F2ED87AE57EE3B94A0785C6862238CD45481084D152EB18

QuoVadis Global SSL ICA G3

CAB9C12DBDE3AD5D2BC0201B54B18BE209CD5E146AAA085ABBDF241B096DFF47

QuoVadis Grid ICA G2

74CE8C1631EF9F38E7A4197DA3F5474DBC34F001F2967C25B5999562BCC8C9D4

QuoVadis Enterprise Trust CA 2 G3

174E1DE77C8D93C68ECD2BD2EA6E191B584DB850277A834AAC898B7C80A91C70


End entity certificates issued after September 22, 2020 were issued with the new chain and not impacted. End entity certificates issued before that date may require the new intermediate CA installed in the chain. The current/updated CA certificates have been delivered via TrustLink Enterprise and the
QuoVadis Repository since September 2020, when the intermediate CA rotations began. 

 

The updated intermediate CA versions are:

 

We understand the inconvenience this may cause some administrators, and our local support teams continue to assist any customer in need. We invite those requiring assistance to contact us at support.ch@quovadisglobal.com. For documentation on how to chain to the new intermediates, please see the knowledge base at: https://knowledge.digicert.com/quovadis.html.