SSL Certificate Monitoring

Receive alerts when expiration dates approach or SSL issues occur.

Retain Trust & Peace of Mind with SSL Certificate Monitoring

Whether you’re one person managing a few websites, or an agency managing hundreds, get notified before your certificates expire and ensure no unpleasant surprises. 

Everything You Need to Monitor SSL Certificates, In One Easy-To-Use Dashboard

Find and display SSL certificate information to your teams and clients. 

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Expiration Reminders via SSL Certificate Monitoring

Users have the option to set an SSL certificate expiration alert that will remind them to update or renew certificates. 

The alert can be customized to be sent a specific number of days prior to the expiration date and configured to be sent to specific alert groups (ex. IT Department) from the Dotcom-Monitor dashboard.

Certificate Authority

Our SSL monitor verifies the certificate and validates the website to which it is installed. Properties such as Certificate Authority (CA) and Common Name (CN) should not change. SSL Certificate Monitoring detects changes that may indicate problems that are exposing website users to vulnerabilities.

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Common Name Verification

Common Name Verification

Our testing verifies that the address assigned to the SSL certificate matches the URL. If the SSL certificate testing detects an address change has occurred or that the CN is changed, you are instantly alerted.

SSL Certificate Usage

The SSL certificate checker tests intermediate chain of trust (aka, CA bundle) for changes, which may indicate problems. Save time with automated reports over manual monitoring.

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Preventing SSL Revocation

Verify the chain of trust doesn’t contain a revoked certificate. An SSL certificate can become invalid and be revoked prior to the expiration validity period. An SSL test verifies whether or not the revocation state has changed. 

Revocation can occur due to a change of name, change of association between a subject and CA, and compromise or suspected compromise of the corresponding private key. Under these types of circumstances, the issuing CA may revoke the certificate.

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