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SSL Certificate Expiry/ Validity Monitor for such certificates, which are not exposed via a public/ private secured endpoints, rather is used for internal service-to-service communication.

Hi Team,

There are various scenarios, where our some of the applications/ products/ services use a specific client provided SSL keystores/ SSL certificates or a host specific certificate which is not exposed over any secured endpoint or via any specific protocols or methods directly in order to be able to extract the certificates to perform a SSL Certificate check including it's expiry, rather used in a specific way for service to service secured calls for internal authentication with signed SSL certificate requests. Such SSL certificates are also really important for us to monitor, specifically from validity/ expiry standpoint, due to which I thought to raise this feature request in this forum, so that you could consider & expedite it, if there is a feasibility.

Currently we monitor several secured endpoint/ host specific oriented SSL certificates exposed with HTTPS, IMAPS, FTPS etc. directly based on the below article.

www.site24x7.com/help/admin/adding-a-monitor/ssl-certificate-monitor.html


But we also have several SSL certificates, which can not be monitored with this approach as described above. (It could be a Third Party CA signed certificate or a self signed certificate generated/authorized by a client/ organization for a specific service)

So if this feature request to upload/ import a copy of the certificate in a specific format under Site24X7 cloud to monitor such type of SSL Certificate expiry/ validity can be accommodated, that would be really helpful.

Thanks & Regards,

Sarthak Swayamjit Mohanty

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Re: SSL Certificate Expiry/ Validity Monitor for such certificates, which are not exposed via a public/ private secured endpoints, rather is used for internal service-to-service communication.

This feature would be great to have.  Currently we are looking for a way to monitor the internal certs in the certificate store that is not accessible through HTTPS, IMAPS, FTPS and so on.  Having this feature would be a big win.  

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