DocuSign public certificates

Digital certificates provide higher levels of identity authentication and document transaction security. Digital certificates cryptography uses Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) technology to issue certificates based on X.509 standards to represent the digital identity of a signer. Standard-based signatures is the DocuSign platform for providing a full range of signature capabilities using digital certificates.

 

PKI documentation

 

Site certificates

 

Intermediate and Root Certificate Authorities (CA)

 

SSO certificates

 

Connect certificates

The Connect certificates are used for Mutual TLS and for digitally signed, SOAP-formatted notification messages. The common name for each certificate is:

 

Security appliance certificates

  • Renewed DocuSign Client certificate: current certificate for DocuSign Security Appliance client validation, expires on April 4, 2020
  • Root and Intermediate CA is the DigiCert Root and Intermediate CA listed under “Intermediate and Root Certificate Authorities (CA)” section.

 

Account server certificates

  • Account-d.docusign.com (2.6 KB): the current demo account server SSL certificate, expires on March 26, 2020
  • Account.docusign.com (2.6 KB): the current account server SSL certificate, expires on March 26, 2020
  • Root and Intermediate CA is the DigiCert Root and Intermediate CA listed under “Intermediate and Root Certificate Authorities (CA)” section.

 

Signed by certificates

  • Signed by certificate (2.6 KB): the current Signed by certificate, expires on March 28, 2020
  • Root and Intermediate CA is the DigiCert Root and Intermediate CA listed under “Intermediate and Root Certificate Authorities (CA)” section.

 

Entrust certificates

 

Code signing certificates

 

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