SSL Certificate Expiration Check

There's no reason, or excuse, for not serving your site securely, with services like Let's Encrypt, ZeroSSL and BuyPass all offering free certificates.

Certificates are typically valid for between 90 days and 1 year so you need to keep an eye on them and make sure they are renewed before they expire. An expired certificate is bad news, your browser doesn't pull any punches.

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What does this check do?

SiteSentry's SSL Certificate Expiration Check runs every day and verifies your site's certificate expiration date. If it's within the next 14 days it sends you a notification, so you have plenty of time to renew them.

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