SSL Certificates expire within a certain timeframe. Most of the time it is one year, sometimes it is longer or shorter.
Do you remember all the certificates you have and when you've bought them? Probably not.
This tool will help you remember when your certificates expire. Enter one or more websites below, we'll then monitor these sites and notify you a few times before they expire.
This way, you'll never forget to renew your certificates.
This is open source software. If you encounter any issues, please report them here.
Is this service free?
Yes, this service is free. You can add as many domains as you like, however, don't make it excessive. If you do, we might contact you to make an arrangement.
How often do you check a cert?
The check will run at least once every 2 days, but most of the time daily.
When will you email me?
We will email you on the following events:
If you replace your certificate before it expires, we'll stop emailing you until the new certificate expires again.
- When you sign up, to confirm the domain(s).
- If a certificate expires in:
- 90 days (3 months)
- 60 days (2 months)
- 30 days (1 month)
- 14 days (2 weeks)
- 7 days (1 week)
- 5 days
- 3 days
- 2 days
- 1 day
- The day your certificate expires.
- 2 days after your certificated expired, and has not been replaced yet.
- 7 days after your certificated expired, and has not been replaced yet.
- If we cannot connect to your site.
- If we cannot connect to your site for 7 days in a row, we'll delete the check.
We will never spam you or sell your data to a third party.
Do you check all certificates in the chain?
Yes. All certificates in the chain are checked, a maximum of 10. You will receive notification if any of the chain certificates expire as well.
Do you provide any guarantees on uptime?
We provide this service on a best effort basis. The project is fully open source, you can set up your own instance if you demand 100% uptime.
What license is the project under?
GNU Affero GPL v3 or later.
Do you have any tips for secure certificate configuration?
Yes. You can check out Cipherli.st for secure server settings and guides. You can also use the SSL Decoder to check your current setup.