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Renewal is the process of revalidating
a certificate that has neared or passed its expiration date.
There are two variations on certificate
renewal, according to VeriSign409:
- Use your current public key from your public/private
key pair from the existing certificate
- Create and use a new public key that you provide
from a newly created public/private key pair. This is essentially a
new certificate. (This is VeriSigns suggested option).
If a certificate is not renewed before
its expiration date, then it is considered to be expired and can no
longer be relied upon.
Renewal of a Digital Certificate
Renewal is the process of re-validating or replacing a certificate that has neared or passed its expiration date.
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