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.
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