SSL Home Page

Two sections: SSL Summary and SSL Tests.

SSL Summary

  • Overall summary of all SSL task status (good, error, suspended and total count of tasks). The values are clickable. Clicking will filter the tasks and show in the SSL Tasks section.
  • Add new Task button allows user to add and configure new test.

SSL Tests

  • Button to toggle between Grid and List view ( picture 2).
  • A search field for tasks.
  • Task tile for each task added. Each tile contains a brief summary of that particular task. Clicking on the tile, page navigates to the detailed result section. An icon for expanding the options box within the tile helps to edit, activate/suspend or delete the particular task (confirmation box comes before deletion).
  • Pagination if there are more tasks.
  • Scroll to top button.

Picture 2 : List View

SSL Result Page

Three sections: Status details, Server certificate details, Certificate chain details.


Like all result pages, there is Edit, Activate/Suspend and Delete button.

The main section shows the information like:

  • Domain to be scanned.
  • Days remaining for certificate expiry.
  • Date of issue of certificates.
  • Certificate expiry date.
  • Protocol.
  • Interval/frequency of scans

Server Certificate, Certificate Chain

This section shows the details of the provider and receiver (Common name & Organisation) of corresponding certificates. Also the encryption algorithm and Fingerprint are shown.

Adding New Task

User can create and configure new tasks by providing some details:

  • Name: A name to identify the task.
  • Protocol: protocol used for testing. Three options are available (https -default, smtps, ftps).
  • Domain: domain name of the website to be scanned.
  • Port: port to connect.
  • Monitoring Interval: Required scan interval/frequency.
  • Alert before: The number of days before which the user should be notified on certificate expiry.
  • Alert groups: User can select the preconfigured alert group. If there are no alert group already set; there is an option to navigate towards the ‘create alert group’ page.

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