You can use Certificates Manager to manage private keys and certificates as well as generate and verify signatures. If you no longer need a certificate, you can disable, revoke, or delete the certificate.
Disable a certificate
If you temporarily do not need a certificate, you can disable it. After a certificate is disabled, its information is retained. You can enable the certificate again if you require it later.
- Log on to the Key Management Service (KMS) console.
- In the upper-left corner of the page, select the region in which you want to create a certificate.
- In the left-side navigation pane, click Certificate.
- Find the certificate that you want to disable and click Disable in the Operating column.
- In the Disable certificate message, click OK.
Note You can click Enable in the Operating column to enable the certificate again.
Revoke a certificate
If a certificate is revoked by the certificate authority (CA), you can change the status of the certificate to Revoked in the KMS console. After the certificate is revoked, its information is retained. You can view the information later. However, you cannot enable or disable the certificate.
- Find the certificate for which you want to change the status and click Revoked in the Operating column.
- In the Revoke certificate message, click OK.
Delete a certificate
If you no longer need a certificate, you can delete it. Before you delete a certificate, make sure that the certificate is not used to generate or verify signatures.
- Find the certificate that you want to delete and choose Operating column. in the
- In the Delete certificate message, click OK.