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CertAlert as a Discovery Agent for CertCentre

CertAlert can now be run as the discovery agent for our CertCentre product. If you have a CertCentre account, you can add your CertCentre account details to CertAlert and the results from CertAlert scans will be automatically sent to your CertCentre account. … Continue reading

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New Version of CertAlert Available

A new version of CertAlert is available and has the following changes/fixes: * If the server terminates the connection during TLS handshake, tries again with SSLv3 * Fixed a problem with SMTP STARTTLS support * Improved error message if run … Continue reading

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New Reporting Features For CertAlert

A new release of CertAlert is available. This version, in addition to providing a detailed CSV formatted report, creates a PDF formatted report that identifies the following certificate issues: Self Signed Certificates Short Key Certificates MD5 Certifictaes Expiring Certificates Expired … Continue reading

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New Release of CertAlert

Just a quick post to let you know that we have released CertAlert v1.9.5078 Changes include: * Built with .NET 2.0 rather than .NET 4.0 * Made report fields/columns configurable * Tests to demonstrate Server Name Indication (SNI) support * … Continue reading

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Monitoring your CRLs

We all know that an expired certificate can cause many problems and potentially financial loss for your business. Helping to ensure your certificates are correct and haven’t expired is the reason we developed CertAlert. Another important part to keeping your … Continue reading

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Cert Centre now supports bulk import of certificates using a hostnames file

For some time now CertCentre has let you bulk import certificates in PEM format via a file or a CertAlert report. Now it also lets a list of hostnames that you want to track to be uploaded. This should make tracking your SSL certificates even easi… Continue reading

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SSL Certificate Discovery Now Even Faster

We have released a new verion of CertAlert that makes certificate discovery even faster. Please give it a try and let us know what you think. — Phil Continue reading

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