Revoking certificates of my domain whose private keys were overwritten

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My domain is:

I deployed the certs in my kubernetes cluster using kubectl. During testing, we deleted the secrets and certs multiple times to debug some issues. now we have hit the rate-limit issue.

Since we dont have the private key anymore, We would like for all lets encrypt certs of the following format to be revoked or removed * and *

My hosting provider, if applicable, is: AWS and Azure

Although you're welcome to revoke these certificates, it is probably not necessary or helpful in your case. Revoking will not reset our rate limits.

Here's how to revoke using the same ACME account, or even a different one if you can re-validate your control of your domains: Revoking Certificates - Let's Encrypt

Which rate limit(s) are you hitting? There might be workarounds you could use. In the future, we recommend using our staging environment when you're testing or debugging.


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