Ordina certificato di firma codice

POST
https://www.digicert.com/services/v2/order/certificate/{{code_signing_certificate_id}}

Use this endpoint to submit a request to create an order for a Code Signing (CS) or EV Code Signing (EV CS) certificate. In the endpoint path, replace code_signing_certificate_id with the ID of the certificate you want to order:

  • Code Signing: code_signing
  • EV Code Signing: code_signing_ev

Industry moved to RSA 3072-bit key minimum for code signing certificates

To comply with industry changes, DigiCert has made the following changes to our code signing certificate process:

  • Only issues RSA 3072-bit key or larger code signing certificates*
  • Uses new intermediate CA and root certificates to issue our code signing and EV code signing certificates: RSA and ECC.

eToken and Hardware Security Module (HSM) changes

DigiCert supports two eTokens:

  • 5110 CC for RSA 4096-bit and ECC P-256-bit key certificates
  • 5110 FIPS for ECC P-256 and P-384-bit key certificates

HSM must:

  • Support ECC P-256 or RSA 3072-bit key sizes or larger
  • Be a FIPS 140-2 Level 2+ or Common Criteria EAL4+ compliant device

*Note: All existing 2048-bit key code signing certificates issued before June 1, 2021 will remain active. You can continue to use these certificates to sign code until they expire.

Learn more about the change to 3072-bit key code signing certificates.

Example requests and responses

cURL
curl -X POST \
  'https://www.digicert.com/services/v2/order/certificate/{{code_signing_certificate_id}}' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  -H 'X-DC-DEVKEY: {{api_key}}' \
  -d '{
  "certificate": {
    "server_platform": {
      "id": 52
    },
    "signature_hash": "sha256"
  },
  "cs_provisioning_method": "ship_token",
  "order_validity": {
    "years": 1 
  },
  "comments": "Message for the approver",
  "skip_approval": true,
  "organization": {
    "id": 123456
  },
  "ship_info": {
    "name": "Erin Guerra",
    "addr1": "360 Taylor Street",
    "addr2": "Floor 74",
    "city": "Richmond",
    "state": "va",
    "zip": "69662",
    "country": "us",
    "method": "EXPEDITED"
  },
  "auto_renew": 1,
  "custom_renewal_message": "Renew this please.",
  "custom_fields": [
    {
      "metadata_id": 12,
      "value": "123456"
    }
  ],
  "payment_method": "balance"
}'
Python
import requests

url = "https://www.digicert.com/services/v2/order/certificate/{{code_signing_certificate_id}}"

payload = "{\n  \"certificate\": {\n    \"server_platform\": {\n      \"id\": 52\n    },\n    \"signature_hash\": \"sha256\"\n  },\n  \"cs_provisioning_method\": \"ship_token\",\n  \"order_validity\": {\n    \"years\": 1\n  },\n  \"comments\": \"Message for the approver\",\n  \"skip_approval\": true,\n  \"organization\": {\n    \"id\": 123456\n  },\n  \"container\": {\n    \"id\": 654321\n  },\n  \"ship_info\": {\n    \"name\": \"Erin Guerra\",\n    \"addr1\": \"360 Taylor Street\",\n    \"addr2\": \"Floor 74\",\n    \"city\": \"Richmond\",\n    \"state\": \"va\",\n    \"zip\": \"69662\",\n    \"country\": \"us\",\n    \"method\": \"EXPEDITED\"\n  },\n  \"auto_renew\": 1,\n  \"custom_renewal_message\": \"Renew this please.\",\n  \"custom_fields\": [\n    {\n      \"metadata_id\": 12,\n      \"value\": \"123456\"\n    }\n  ],\n  \"payment_method\": \"balance\"\n}"
headers = {
    'X-DC-DEVKEY': "{{api_key}}",
    'Content-Type': "application/json"
    }

response = requests.request("POST", url, data=payload, headers=headers)

print(response.text)
Go
package main

import (
	"fmt"
	"strings"
	"net/http"
	"io/ioutil"
)

func main() {

	url := "https://www.digicert.com/services/v2/order/certificate/{{code_signing_certificate_id}}"

	payload := strings.NewReader("{\n  \"certificate\": {\n    \"server_platform\": {\n      \"id\": 52\n    },\n    \"signature_hash\": \"sha256\"\n  },\n  \"cs_provisioning_method\": \"ship_token\",\n  \"order_validity\": {\n    \"years\": 1\n  },\n  \"comments\": \"Message for the approver\",\n  \"skip_approval\": true,\n  \"organization\": {\n    \"id\": 123456\n  },\n  \"container\": {\n    \"id\": 654321\n  },\n  \"ship_info\": {\n    \"name\": \"Erin Guerra\",\n    \"addr1\": \"360 Taylor Street\",\n    \"addr2\": \"Floor 74\",\n    \"city\": \"Richmond\",\n    \"state\": \"va\",\n    \"zip\": \"69662\",\n    \"country\": \"us\",\n    \"method\": \"EXPEDITED\"\n  },\n  \"auto_renew\": 1,\n  \"custom_renewal_message\": \"Renew this please.\",\n  \"custom_fields\": [\n    {\n      \"metadata_id\": 12,\n      \"value\": \"123456\"\n    }\n  ],\n  \"payment_method\": \"balance\"\n}")

	req, _ := http.NewRequest("POST", url, payload)

	req.Header.Add("X-DC-DEVKEY", "{{api_key}}")
	req.Header.Add("Content-Type", "application/json")

	res, _ := http.DefaultClient.Do(req)

	defer res.Body.Close()
	body, _ := ioutil.ReadAll(res.Body)

	fmt.Println(res)
	fmt.Println(string(body))

}
NodeJS
var request = require("request");

var options = { method: 'POST',
  url: 'https://www.digicert.com/services/v2/order/certificate/{{code_signing_certificate_id}}',
  headers: 
   { 'Content-Type': 'application/json',
     'X-DC-DEVKEY': '{{api_key}}' },
  body: 
   { certificate: 
      { server_platform: { id: 52 },
        signature_hash: 'sha256' },
     cs_provisioning_method: 'ship_token',
     order_validity: { years: 1 },
     comments: 'Message for the approver',
     skip_approval: true,
     organization: { id: 123456 },
     container: { id: 654321 },
     ship_info: 
      { name: 'Erin Guerra',
        addr1: '360 Taylor Street',
        addr2: 'Floor 74',
        city: 'Richmond',
        state: 'va',
        zip: '69662',
        country: 'us',
        method: 'EXPEDITED' },
     auto_renew: 1,
     custom_renewal_message: 'Renew this please.',
     custom_fields: [ { metadata_id: 12, value: '123456' } ],
     payment_method: 'balance' },
  json: true };

request(options, function (error, response, body) {
  if (error) throw new Error(error);

  console.log(body);
});
201 Created (one-step approval)
{
    "id": 112233,
    "requests": [
        {
            "id": 113,
            "status": "pending"
        }
    ]
}
201 Created (two-step approval)
{
    "id": 112233,
    "requests": [
        {
            "id": 113,
            "status": "submitted"
        }
    ]
}
201 Created (auto approval)
{
    "id": 112233,
    "requests": [
        {
            "id": 113,
            "status": "approved"
        }
    ],
    "certificate_id": 113
}

Path parameters

Name Req/Opt Description
code_signing_certificate_id required Product identifier of the code signing certificate you want to order.
Allowed values:
  • Code Signing: code_signing
  • EV Code Signing: code_signing_ev
For a list of all product identifiers, see Glossary - Product identifiers.

Request parameters

Parameters with an asterisk (*) are used only for EV code signing orders.

Name Req/Opt Type Description
certificate required object Certificate details.
.. csr conditional string Certificate signing request (CSR).
  • Required for EV Code Signing certificates that will be installed on HSMs.
  • Required for Code Signing certificates if server_platform.id is 55 (Sun Java).
  • CSRs for code signing certificates must be ECC P-256 or RSA 3072-bit key sizes or larger.
To learn more about CSR requirements, see Glossary – CSR requirements.

Note: The Services API does not extract information from the CSR to fill in the details of a certificate request. You must provide values for all relevant request parameters, including organization.id. If you are creating a new organization with your certificate request, you must provide values for all required parameters of the organization object.
.. signature_hash required string Hash algorithm used to signing the certificate.
Allowed values: sha256
.. server_platform required* object Server platform type.
*Required if cs_provisioning_method is client_app or not provided.
.. .. id required int Server platform ID.
Allowed values: See Glossary - Code signing certificates. For EV code signing certificate orders, see Glossary - EV Code signing certificates.
.. organization_units optional array Department in your organization associated with the certificate.
auto_renew optional int Number of times the certificate should renew automatically.
additional_emails optional array Additional email addresses to receive certificate notification emails (e.g., certificate issuance, duplicate certificate, certificate renewals, etc.).
renewal_of_order_id optional int If order is a renewal, enter the previous order's ID.
skip_approval optional bool Specify if the order should skip the certificate request approval step and be immediately submitted for validation and issued when complete.
Default: false.
The skip_approval option skips only the approval step (for example, from your organization), but does not skip the validation step required by Digicert for a certificate.
organization required object Object with information about the organization to associate with the request. You can associate the request with an existing organization, or you can create a new organization when you submit the order request.

To associate the request with an existing organization, pass the ID of the organization as the value of organization.id in the body of your request. To create a new organization, include the details of the organization in the organization object. For more information about the structure and required parameters of the organization object, see the Create organization documentation.

Note: When you submit an order with organization details instead of providing an organization ID, we check the organizations that already exist in your account to avoid creating a duplicate.
  • If we find one matching organization, we automatically associate the order with that organization instead of creating a new one.
  • If we find two or more matching organizations, we automatically associate the order with the oldest matching organization in your account instead of creating a new one.
To override this behavior and force the request to create a new organization, set the organization.skip_duplicate_org_check parameter to true in the body of your request.

Important: When you want to associate an order with an existing organization, we recommend always using the ID of the organization instead of the organization's details in the body of your request. To get the ID values for organizations in your account, use the List organizations endpoint. Additionally, we recommend deactivating unused organizations to ensure they are never accidentally assigned to a new order request. To deactivate an organization, use the Deactivate organization endpoint.
.. id conditional int The ID of an existing organization to associate with the order. To get the ID of organizations in your account, use the List organizations endpoint.

Omit this value if you are creating a new organization with your request.
.. name conditional string Legal name of the organization. Required when creating a new organization.
Character limit: 64 if assumed_name is empty or not provided. If the request includes an assumed_name value, the combined length of the submitted name + assumed_name values cannot exceed 61 characters. Three characters are reserved for spacing and punctuation.
.. assumed_name optional string Public name of the organization. Also called Doing Business As (DBA) name.
Character limit: The combined length of the submitted name + assumed_name values cannot exceed 61 characters. Three characters are reserved for spacing and punctuation.
.. country conditional string Two-letter country code for the country where the organization is located. Required when creating a new organization.
Format: Must be a valid ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code.
.. address conditional string Address of the organization. Required when creating a new organization.
Character limit: 64
.. address2 optional string Second line of the organization's address.
Character limit: 64
.. city conditional string City where the organization is located. Required when creating a new organization.
Character limit: 64
.. state conditional string State or province where the organization is located. Use the full name instead of an abbreviation. Required when creating a new organization.
Character limit: 64
.. zip conditional string Postal code of the organization. Required when creating a new organization.
Character limit: 128
.. telephone conditional string Organization telephone number. Required when creating a new organization.
Character limit: 32
.. contacts conditional string List of objects with information about the organization contact, technical contact, and verified contacts for the organization.

To learn more about the behavior of the contacts array on orders for new vs. existing organizations, see Contact types.
.. .. contact_type required string Contact type.
Possible values: See Contact types.
.. .. user_id conditional string To add an existing user as the contact, provide the user ID.

For verified contacts:
  • user_id is required if your account only allows users to be added as verified contacts. To learn more, see Enable adding non-CertCentral users as verified contacts.
  • A job title (job_title) and telephone number (telephone) are required for verified contacts. When adding an existing user as a verified contact, make sure the user has a job title and phone number. If they don't, include a job title and phone number for the contact in your certificate order request.
.. .. first_name required string First name of the contact.
Character limit: 128
.. .. last_name required string Last name of the contact.
Character limit: 128
.. .. job_title conditional string Job title of the contact. Required for verified contacts.
Character limit: 64
.. .. telephone conditional string Telephone number that can be used to reach the contact. Required for verified contacts.
Character limit: 32
.. .. telephone_extension optional string Phone extension of the contact.
Character limit: 16
.. .. email required string Email address that can be used to reach the contact.
Character limit: 255
.. skip_duplicate_org_check optional bool Use true to skip the check for duplicate organizations in your account. When you skip this check, you force the request to create a new organization, regardless of whether the details you provide in the request match the details of an organization that already exists in your account.
Default: false
container optional object If needed, specify the container the order should be placed under.
.. id required int Container ID.
order_validity required object Defines the validity period of the certificate and order.
.. years required* int Number of years the certificate and order are valid.
*Can be replaced by order_validity.days or order_validity.custom_expiration_date.
Range1-3
.. days optional int Number of days the certificate and order are valid.
Overrides order_validity.years.
.. custom_expiration_date optional string Custom expiration date for the certificate and order.
Overrides order_validity.days and order_validity.years.
Formatdd MMM YYYY (for example, "09 JUN 2025")
validity_years optional int Number of years the certificate and order are valid.
Deprecated. Use the order_validity object to set the validity period of the certificate and order.
Allowed values: 1 - 3
custom_expiration_date optional string Custom expiration date for the certificate and order.
Deprecated. Use the order_validity object to set the validity period of the certificate and order.
Overrides validity_years

Format: yyyy-MM-dd
cs_provisioning_method* required* string For EV code signing certificates, specify how you want to receive the token.
See Glossary – Provisioning methods
*Required for EV code signing certificates.
ship_info* optional object For EV code signing certificates, specify the shipping address for the token.
.. name required string Name of the recipient.
.. addr1 required string Shipping address for the token.
.. addr2 optional string
.. city required string Shipping city.
.. state required string Shipping state.
.. zip required string Shipping postal code.
.. country required string Shipping country.
.. method required string Shipping priority for the token.
Allowed values: STANDARD, EXPEDITED (incurs added cost)
subject optional object Object containing subject details.
.. email optional string Subject email address. Must have a validated domain.
The Services API only supports the subject.email field for OV code signing certificates (code_signing). We ignore this field in order requests for EV code signing certificates (code_signing_ev).
custom_fields optional* object Account-specific custom fields.
*Whether or not these fields are required depends on your custom field settings.
.. metadata_id required int Custom field ID.
.. value required string Value for the custom field.
Data validation type depends on your custom field settings.
payment_method optional string Payment method for the order. Allowed values:
  • balance (default): Pay with account balance. Returns an error if the option to bill to account balance is disabled for the account, or if the account balance has insufficient funds. Learn how to debit purchases against your CertCentral account balance.
  • profile: Pay with the account’s default credit card. Returns an error if no default credit card is configured for the account. Learn how to set up a default credit card.
  • card: Pay with a new credit card. Requests that use card as the payment method must include a credit_card and billing_address object. Returns an error if the option to pay with a credit card is disabled for the account.
credit_card conditional object Object with information about the credit card charged for the order. Required if payment_method is card.
.. number required string Credit card number.
.. expiration_month required integer Credit card expiration month. Format as a two-digit number between 01 (Jan) and 12 (Dec).
.. expiration_year required integer Credit card expiration year. Format as a four-digit number. For example: 2026
.. cvv required integer Card verification value (CVV). Format as a three- or four-digit number. For example: 333 or 4444
.. cardholder_name required string Cardholder’s first and last name.
billing_address conditional object Object with information about the billing address. Required if payment_method is card.
.. address required string Billing street address.
.. address2 optional string Continuation of street address.
.. city required string Billing city.
.. state conditional string Billing state or province. Optional for some countries.
.. country required string Billing country.
.. zip conditional string Billing zip or postal code. Optional for some countries.
alternative_order_id optional string A custom alphanumeric ID to assign the order. To see the alternative_order_id assigned to an order, use the Order info endpoint.

Alternative order IDs do not replace the unique order ID that DigiCert assigns each order request. You cannot use alternative order IDs to search for or identify orders in API calls that require an order_id parameter in the URL path or request body.

If the Require unique alternative order IDs option is enabled in your account settings, you cannot submit order requests with an alternative order ID that is already assigned to an order in your account. Use this feature to enable nonce order requests, or to prevent your integration from creating duplicate orders in cases where you do not receive a response from the API. Account administrators can toggle this option from the CertCentral console. From the Settings > Preferences page, open the Advanced Settings menu, and look for the Alternative order ID option.

This parameter is always optional, even if the Require unique alternative order IDs option is enabled in your account. If a request does not use this parameter, no alternative_order_id value is assigned to the order.

Maximum length: 64 characters
Note: The Require unique alternative order IDs option may not appear in the advanced settings menu for all CertCentral accounts. To enable this option for your account, contact your account manager or our Support team.
enable_guest_access optional int Whether to enable guest access for the order. This parameter is not allowed if guest access is disabled in your account settings.
Allowed values: 1 (enabled) or 0 (disabled)
Default: The default configuration for new orders is determined by your account settings. Account administrators can change these settings from the Guest Access page in the CertCentral console.

Response parameters

Name Type Description
id int Order ID.
organization object Container for new organization details.
Only returned if a new organization was created with the order.
.. id int Organization ID for the new organization.
requests array Contains information about the request.
.. id int Request ID.
.. status string Request status.
Possible values: pending, submitted, approved, rejected
certificate_id int Certificate ID.
Returned if request status is approved.

Contact types

Contact type Description
organization_contact Organization contact.
  • An organization is required to have an organization contact.
  • Organizations can only have one organization contact.
  • If you submit an organization.contacts array with more than one organization_contact, the API uses the first one in the list and ignores the rest.

Existing vs. new organizations:
  • When using an existing organization in your order request:
    • To use the organization contact already on file for the organization, omit the organization_contact.
    • To update the organization contact on file for the organization, include an organization_contact. Future orders for the organization will use the updated organization contact. Existing orders will continue using the organization contact that was associated with the organization at the time the order was placed.
  • When creating a new organization with your order request, including an organization_contact is required.
technical_contact Technical contact.
  • An organization is not required to have a technical contact.
  • Organizations can only have one technical contact.
  • If you submit an organization.contacts array with more than one technical_contact, the API uses the first one in the list and ignores the rest.

Existing vs. new organizations:
  • When using an existing organization in your order request:
    • To use the technical contact already on file for the organization, omit the technical_contact.
    • To update the technical contact on file for the organization, include a technical_contact. Future orders for the organization will use the updated technical contact. Existing orders will continue using the technical contact that was associated with the organization at the time the order was placed.
  • When creating a new organization with your order request, including a technical_contact is optional.
verified_contact Before DigiCert can issue your certificate, a verified contact must approve the requestor's authority to order a certificate for the organization. An organization can have multiple verified contacts.

Existing validated organizations vs. unvalidated or new organizations:
  • When using an existing organization that is already validated or pending validation for CS or EV CS certificate issuance:
    • To send order approval emails to all CS or EV CS verified contacts associated with the organization, omit all verified contacts from your request.
    • To send order approval emails to specific CS or EV CS verified contacts associated with the organization, include those verified contacts in your request. Omitted contacts will not receive an approval email.
    • To send order approval emails to a new verified_contact, include that verified_contact in your request.*

  • When creating a new organization, or when using an existing organization that is not validated or pending validation for CS or EV CS certificate issuance, include information about each verified_contact who should be allowed to approve CS or EV CS order requests for the organization.*

*Note: DigiCert must validate new verified contacts before they can approve CS or EV CS orders for the organization.

CS and EV CS organization validation

Code Signing (CS) and EV Code Signing (EV CS) certificate orders must include information about the organization to associate with the code signing certificate. DigiCert must validate the organization before issuing the certificate. The following examples show three ways to add an organization to your CS or EV CS certificate order.

Use existing organization (validated)

When including an existing organization already submitted for CS or EV CS validation, either by itself or as part of an earlier certificate order request, you only need to include the organization's ID in your new order request:

json
{
  "certificate": {
    ...
  }
  "organization": {
    "id": 12345
  },
  ...
}

If needed, you can update the organization contact or technical contact and add new verified contacts to the organization. Use the organization.contacts array to provide information about each new contact. To learn more, see Contact types.

json
{
  "certificate": {
    ...
  }
  "organization": {
    "id": 12345,
    "contacts": [
      {
        "contact_type": "verified_contact",
        "user_id": 12345
      },
      { 
        "contact_type": "organization_contact",
        "user_id": 56789
      },
      {
        "contact_type": "technical_contact",
        "first_name": "Jane",        
        "last_name": "Doe",        
        "job_title": "Technician",      
        "telephone": "1234567890",        
        "email": "jane.doe@example.com"
      }
    ]
  },
  ...
}

Use existing organization (not validated)

When including an existing organization never submitted for CS or EV CS validation, you can submit the organization for validation as part of your certificate order request:

  1. In the organization object, provide the id of the existing organization.
  2. In the organization.contacts array, provide a list of verified contacts to submit as CS or EV CS approvers for the organization.
  3. After creating the order, the organization is automatically submitted for the validation type corresponding to the chosen product (CS or EV CS).

For example:

json
{
  "certificate": {
    ...
  }
  "organization": {
    "id": 12345,
    "contacts": [
      {
        "contact_type": "verified_contact",
        "user_id": 12345
      }
  },
  ...
}

Use a new organization

When adding a new organization, use the organization object to provide the organization's name, location, and phone number. Make sure to include an organization_contact and at least one verified_contact (see Contact types). When you create the order, the new organization is added to your CertCentral account and submitted for CS or EV CS validation.

json
{
  "certificate": {
    ...
  },
  "organization": {
    "name": "New Organization",
    "assumed_name": "New Organization",
    "country": "us",
    "address": "123 Example Street",
    "address2": "Floor 08",
    "city": "Lehi",
    "state": "Utah",
    "zip": "12345",
    "telephone": "123-456-789",
    "contacts": [
     {
        "contact_type": "verified_contact",
        "first_name": "John",
        "last_name": "Doe",
        "job_title": "Technician",
        "telephone": "1234567890",
        "email": "john.doe@example.com"
      },
      {
        "contact_type": "organization_contact",
        "first_name": "Jane",
        "last_name": "Doe",
        "job_title": "Supervisor",
        "telephone": "1234567890",
        "email": "jane.doe@example.com"
      },
      {
        "contact_type": "technical_contact",
        "first_name": "Alex",
        "last_name": "Doe",
        "job_title": "Technician",
        "telephone": "1234567890",
        "email": "alex.doe@example.com"
      }
    ]
  },
  ...
}