The first step to managing your SSL certificates is to identify certificates you have deployed. CertAlert carries out network discovery which attempts to find and evaluate SSL certificates on your network.
CertAlert monitors the certificates it finds and can send multiple timely alerts when these certificates need renewing.
CertAlert sends reports that identify certificates that may not comply with your security policy due to: weak algorithms, issued from a rogue CA, incorrect validity, key size etc. CertAlert can be configured to email reports to multiple contacts.
"Wonderful tool, very easy to use and configure"
-- Didier Derck
"Works very well and helps us keep a close eye on all SSL renewals"
-- Jacob Colton
(Catalyst2 Web Hosting)
"Your assistance and software is greatly appreciated"
-- Chris Goosen CIO
( H&K )
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-- Tashiel Bhairo
You can setup CertAlert in under two minutes.
CertAlert is pre-configured to check some well-known websites. You can easily change the websites/hosts it scans by editing the serverlist.txt file or by specifying an IP range in CertAlert.exe.config file. See our Getting Started page and the CertAlert README.txt for lots more details about CertAlert's configuration.
CertAlert can be run automatically, be scripted, or run from a command prompt as show below. You can try it for free.