You received an email containing a Certificate Revoked notice from Apple. This article provides information regarding the notice and what to do in case you receive one.
You just received an email letting you know that your certificate was revoked.Below is a sample of a Certificate Revoked Notice from Apple:
You typically receive this notice from Apple in any of the following cases:
- You have republished an app
- You have requested a push notification certificate renewal
In our case, you most likely received this notification
- when we were renewing push notifications on your behalf - either because the certificate has expired or the notifications are failing to come through - and we had to revoke the existing push notification certificate (APNs Production iOS certificate) in order to create a new one.
- when we were submitting app updates on your behalf.
As explained above, there is no need to take any action as you get this notification in the process of the creation of a new certificate. (You are entitled to have two certificates at the same time, so if you already have two and need to rebuild one of these two, you will need to revoke it and then rebuild it)
Thus, there is no need to forward these emails to us or contact Apple in response to them unless you begin to notice problems with push notification delivery. If that does occur, definitely contact Support so we can look further into it.
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