My SSL history status and actions
You can view your SSL (Secure Socket Layer) certificate history and see what changes have been made to your SSL certificate.
View your SSL's history
- Go to your GoDaddy product page.
- Select Manage All for SSL Certificates.
- Select your certificate.
- Select Certificate History to expand it and you will see your certificate’s history.
What does your SSL's history status and action mean?
Here are definitions for the statuses and actions you may see in your SSL history.
|The certificate has been issued and is currently active
|The certificate has been revoked
|The certificate request was denied
|The certificate has exceeded its validity period and is expired
|This is a new purchase and first-time certificate request
|The certificate was renewed
|Certificate has been revoked
|Certificate has been canceled
|Primary Domain Change
|Changing the Primary Domain
|Adding or Removing SANs
|Rekeying the certificate
|Changing the hosting plan for the certificate
|Changing the Root certificate between the GoDaddy & Starfield Certificate Authority
|Plan Change: Add Duration
|The duration of the certificate has been extended (for example, changing from one year to two year)
|Plan Change: Subtract Duration
|The duration of the certificate has been reduced (for example, changing from two year to one year)
|Plan Change: Add UCC Slots
|The number of SANs on a UCC were increased (for example, changing from five SANs to 10 SANs)
|Plan Change: Subtract UCC Slots
|The number of SANs on a UCC were reduced (for example, changing from 10 SANs to five SANs)