UPDATE: Digital Certificate Revocation Date Change

Update March 8, 2021

The digital certificate for our SolarWinds MSP products has been revoked, as of 7:00PM EST on March 8, 2021.


As an update to our previous notification, we have just received an extension on the revocation date of our current digital certificate to March 8 February 22, 2021, 11:59 PST.

As posted on our Release Notes site (https://status.n-able.com/2020/12/18/digital-certificate-update-for-msp-products-2/), we made the decision to digitally re-sign some of our products and have requested (and received) a new digital certificate, which reflects a recertification of the authenticity of SolarWinds products, both current and future.

As we previously noted, for the new digital certificate, the following products will be updated, which will likely require action on your part:

  • SolarWinds® N-central®
  • SolarWinds RMM
  • SolarWinds Backup
  • SolarWinds Passportal™
  • SolarWinds Take Control

We will be continually updating product-specific recommendations and technical details on the Release Notes site, which serves as a centralized resource. Please subscribe for the latest updates: https://status.n-able.com/release-notes.

Products that will not need an updated digital certificate include:

  • SolarWinds Mail Assure/Spam Experts
  • SolarWinds MSP Manager
  • SolarWinds Risk Intelligence
  • SolarWinds Threat Monitor

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