Our SSL certificate chain database gives you all the available Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificates in the SSL certificate chain of a domain name for inconsistency and misconfiguration identification. Get up-to-date, relevant, and well-parsed data that is easy to read, process, and analyze through solution integration.Apply for Access
The date when the SSL certificate chain was collected from our server.
The domain the SSL certificates and SSL certificate chain belong to.
The IP address the SSL connection was established with.
The port the SSL connection was established with.
All the SSL certificates that belong to a domain name sorted according to their type, starting from end-user to intermediate to root.
SSL certificate information available for each SSL certificate, including SSL certificate chain hierarchy, validation period, serial number, signature algorithm, subject and issuer details, PEM-encoded raw SSL certificate data, extension, public key. (Check out the complete output format for more details.).
Obtain access to the latest SSL certificate a domain has.
Integrate our well-parsed SSL certificate chain results into existing security information and event management (SIEM); security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR); security operations center (SOC); and threat intelligence platforms.
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Monitor your SSL certificates and SSL certificate chain for any sign of tampering that could point to a potential domain or subdomain takeover.
Pinpoint which domains are worth trusting and which aren’t with data pertaining to their SSL certificates and SSL certificate chains.
Avoid domains with self-signed SSL certificates, which often get used or abused in man-in-the-middle (MitM) and typosquatting attacks.
Improve attack surface management endeavors by zooming in on domains with SSL certificates that are about to expire or already expired.
Stay abreast of SSL certificate and SSL certificate chain modifications, regardless how many times their domains change hands.